Designed for children of all abilities, the Eagle Soar Splash Pad offers an inclusive and welcoming place where children with special needs can play, explore and socialize. Combining a zero-depth splash pad with fun elements, and interactive stations with kinesthetic play prompts, the splash pad offers an exceptional play experience for the residents of Temecula. With safety as a concern, the enclosure has only one entry and exit to prevent children from wandering. California Waters spearheaded the physical construction and commissioning of the splash pad through project designer, Pacific Play Systems located in Carlsbad, California.
The 45’ diameter splash pad includes multi-featured play equipment, popcorn jets, upstream jets and an activation ballard that senses when a child enters the zone. It includes touch sensors that activate a rain tree, and foot activated sensors which activate a ground-level keyboard, sending sound and water up the keyboard pipes. The chemical system includes both UV sterilization as well as traditional chlorine and acid. The surge tank holds 4,000 gallons. Although it’s an unusual form of measurement – more than ½ mile of rebar was used in the construction of the splash pad.
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