Saitama Paddling pools and wading streams

Paddling pools and Water Play in Saitama

Parks with water play and paddling pools saitama


Paddling or splash pools are a great way to cool down in the summer heat. Saitama has quite a few wading pools and other water play areas on offer throughout the prefecture. Many are easily accessible from Tokyo. Below is a list of some of the more popular ones, sorted alphabetically by area. This is just a summary list, for further details on the park, please click on the link for that park.

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AGEO CITY
Kamihira Park – Free. No shade.
Kamihira Park Official website
On this blog in English; Kamihira Park

Maruyama Park – Featured image. Free. Shaded.
Official website of Maruyama Park
On this blog in English: General information Maruyama Park

CHICHIBU
Water Park Shirayama – Free.
Official website of Waterpark Shirayama

Lalaport splash pad

 FUJIMI CITY
Lalaport – Free with free parking. Outdoors. Opened April 2015. Splash pool and splash pad. There is also a water jet show each hour beside the pool.
http://www.lalaport-fujimi.com/

HANNO CITY
Akebono Children’s Forest (aka Moomin Valley).  Free. Free parking. Some shade.
http://www.city.hanno.saitama.jp/0000002658.html
General Information in English on this blog.

HASUDA CITY
West Jonuma Park
https://www.city.hasuda.saitama.jp/shisetsu/koen/25.html
http://www.go2park.net/parks/saijonuma.htm

Hidaka

HIDAKA
Hidaka Park. Free. Free parking. Mostly shaded.
http://www.city.hidaka.lg.jp/6,998,24,105.html
General Information in English on this blog.

HIGASHIMATSUYAMA CITY
Saitama’s Prefectural Children’s Zoo. Included in the entry fee to the zoo. Slightly shaded. Parking charged.
http://www.parks.or.jp/sczoo/
General information in English on this blog.

HONJO CITY
Wakaizumi Exercise Park
http://www.city.honjo.lg.jp/kurashi/shogaigakusyu/koen/kouenannai/1393562666078.html

INA TOWN
Ina Memorial Park
http://www.town.saitama-ina.lg.jp/0000000123.html

KAWAGOE CITY
Isanuma Park – opens during Golden Week. Free. Shaded.
http://www.city.kawagoe.saitama.jp/kurashi/sports_koen/koen/isanuma.html
On this blog: General Information in English

KAWAJIMA TOWN
Heisei No Mori Park – Free with free parking. Shaded. The wading river winds through Japan’s longest rose tunnel.
http://www.town.kawajima.saitama.jp/kankou/heisei.htm
Information in English on this blog.

KITAMOTO CITY
Kitamoto Children’s Park – Free. Shaded at certain times of the day.
http://www.city.kitamoto.saitama.jp/kanko/shop/1419505898424.html?cat=3
On this blog: General Information in English

KOUNOSU CITY
Kamiya Park – Built 2015/6. Free with free parking. No shade in the river, but there’s a Gazebo nearby.
http://www.kamiya-sk.ecnet.jp/
Information in English on this blog.

KUKI CITY
Secret Forest, Mallage – Charged. Indoors. Open all year round.
http://soyu-am.jp/himitsunomori/On this blog: General Information in English

KUMAGAYA CITY
Kumagaya Sports Culture Park
http://www.parks.or.jp/kumagaya/index.html
On this blog: General Information in English

NAMEGAWA TOWN
Shinrin Park. Entrance fee. Shaded at certain times of the day.
http://www.shinrinkoen.jp/english/
Some more information in English on this blog.

OKEGAWA
Shiroyama Park. Partly shaded. Free.
http://www.city.okegawa.lg.jp/shisetsu/55/251/p000694.html
On this blog: General Information

SAITAMA – URAWA

Bessho Numa Park. Free.
http://www.stib.jp/info/data/besshopark.html
On this blog in English: General Information about the park

TSURUGASHIMA CITY
Tsuragashima Exercise Park
http://www.city.tsurugashima.lg.jp/shisetsu_hozen/unndoukouen_129.html
Information in English about Tsurugashima Park.

YORII TOWN
Museum of rivers – OPEN from March until Autumn. Entrance fee. Shaded areas.
http://www.river-museum.jp/
On this blog in English.

YOSHIMI TOWN
Yoshimi Friendship Athletic Park – Free. Shaded.
http://www.town.yoshimi.saitama.jp/shisetsu_fureaihiroba.html
On this blog in English.

See also the category splash-wading-paddling-pool

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