Image of the Campbell River Splash ParkLocation: Willow Point Park

1800 South Alder Street 

Splash Park Schedule

The water park is open from May to the September Labour Day weekend.

Hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The waterpark is for kids of all ages. The park is divided into three play zones; for families, teens and toddlers. With fire hydrants, fire hoses, fishing poles and a mega soaker - it's free fun for all! Large groups are asked to make a reservation in advance. No fee is charged. Washroom and changerooms and playpark nearby.


Phone: 250-286-5311


Phone: 250-286-7275 

There is no charge for access to the park, and the free fun is divided into three sections: one for families, one for teens and one for toddlers.

The Splash Park includes a fire hydrant and hose element and features Campbell River’s marine heritage; with a fishing pole (with salmon attached) and a whale body and tail. BC’s first mega soaker (a bowl full of water that fills and spills), is a killer whale.

Facilities right next to the Splash Park include four fully accessible, family-style washroom/change rooms that offer a toilet, wash basin, change tables and change area with bench and hooks.

The project was led by the Rotary Club of Campbell River.

Willow Point Park also offers a playground, picnic area, skateboard park, bocce court, disc golf course, tennis courts, sand volleyball court, sports fields, ball hockey court, basketball court and a network of easy walking trails. With its variety of activities, Willow Point Park is a popular year-round recreational destination.