Summer Water Fun in Acadiana

We all know the summers in Louisiana are H-O-T. Here are some places around the area you can visit to cool off!

Cajun Palms RV Resort

1055 N Barn Rd, Breaux Bridge, LA

$30 per day

Ages under 3: FREE

Day Camp Passes include access to the pools, water slides, fishing ponds, Cajun Fast Track, Prehistoric Park, and more! Limited availability so we recommend booking in advance. Available Monday-Wednesday 11 AM – 7 PM

Riverside Swim Club

420 Corona Dr, Lafayette, LA

$375 one year membership; $275 single membership

Riverside Swim Club has been open for over 30 years. Enjoy a dive off of the board, shade under the large pavilion, an oversized community pit, and a children’s swimming pool.

Parc Sans Souci

201 W Vermilion St, Lafayette, LA

While you take a stroll in Downtown Lafayette cool off in the fountain. Enjoy a family picnic, but don’t forget to get your picture at the Y in Lafayette!

Parc Lafayette

1921 Kaliste Saloom, Lafayette, LA

Another great spot in town where you can sleep, shop, eat and cool off in the fountain.

St. Julien Park Splash Pad

701 St. Nazaire Rd, Broussard, LA

If you haven’t checked out this slash pad make sure to add it to the bucket list for the summer! It will open May 1 with hours 8 am – 8 pm

Palmetto State Park Splash Pad

19501 Pleasant Rd, Abbeville, LA

Make a day out of the drive to Palmetto State Park. Entrance to the park is $3 per person, free for seniors (62 & older), and free for children 3 and under. The splash pad is open Tuesdays to Sundays from 8 am – 8 pm.

Girard Park Splash Pad

500 Girard Park Dr, Lafayette, LA

Red’s Lerille’s Health & Racquet Club

301 Doucet Rd, Lafayette, LA 70503

If you know a member of this club you are able to accompany them a max of 3 times a year for a fee of $15 a day. They have a great pool and splash pad!

These are just a few, so if you have any more suggestions please let us know!


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