Skateboard Park

  • Everyone using the skateboard park should wear CSA approved helmets, wrist guards and kneepads at all times.
  • The area is unsupervised. Use the park at your own risk. Children under the age of 13 should be supervised by an adult.
  • The skateboard park is open from 6 am to 10 pm daily.
  • The skateboard park operates seasonally and is closed during bad weather.
  • Do not write, draw or paint on any of the surfaces at the park.
  • Motorized vehicles are not allowed.
  • Look over the site before skateboarding to make sure that there is nothing on the ramps.
  • Skate at your level, develop your skills and have fun!
  • Please report any maintenance concerns through the customer service portal.

Splash Pad

The splash pad and adjoining accessible playground is located at the Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex, 2121 Laurier Parkway in LaSalle. There is no charge for admission to the splash pad or playground. The splash pad is not available for private rentals. The splash pad is activated by buttons. When the buttons are pressed, the water will activate.

The splash pad will open for daily use on Friday, May 20, 2022. The splash pad closes annually on the last weekend of September. Daily hours are 9:00 am to 9:00 pm.

Splash Pad at the Vollmer Complex

The splash pad is unsupervised by Town employees. Parents/guardians must supervise their children at all times. Please be kind and share the space with others. Outdoor restrooms are located next to the splash pad along with a large shade pavilion. The pavilion is sponsored by Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU).

Splash Pad Closures

The Splash Pad is outdoors and subject to weather conditions.  For the safety of patrons and staff, the Town of LaSalle will monitor weather conditions daily and may be required to adjust the Splash Pad Hours of Operation accordingly.  In the event of thunder and/or lightning, the splash pad will be closed for a minimum of 30 minutes from the last sighting/hearing.

A fouling will cause a closure of the splash pad for 30 minutes.  Here are some healthy habits you can take to help stop the spread of germs and reduce the number of closures at the splash pad:

  • Do not come to the the splash pad when you or your child have diarrhea or are feeling sick.  This is especially important for children in diapers.
  • Feed your children at least one hour before coming to the splash pad.
  • Take your kids to the bathroom before using the splash pad.
  • Children not toilet trained must wear swim diapers made for water use.