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Eagle Soar Playground & Splash Pad

Subfacility of Michael "Mike" Naggar Community Park

WEATHER UPDATE: Due to inclement weather, the Splash Pad will be closed on FRI, SEP 24, 2021


Hours of Operation 

Monday:  Closed
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 3:15pm – 6:15pm
Wednesday: 3:15pm – 6:15pm (Special Needs Hours)
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am-1:00pm, 2:00pm-6:00pm


Inclusive & Accessible

The Eagle Soar Playground and Splash Pad at Margarita Community Park is intended to provide a safe, integrative, and welcoming playground where children of all abilities can come and play together where they can feel a sense of belonging and acceptance.

*The playground and splash pad may be closed at any time at the City’s discretion.

**The Splash Pad is closed during the rainy weather.**


 Special Needs Social Skills Program

Throughout the year the City of Temecula Community Services Department offers a Special Needs Social Skills Program at the Eagle Soar Playground & Splash Pad (ESP). While this program is in session the splash pad is intended for use by children and families with special needs only. The ESP Program is a sensory-friendly program held at the Michael “Mike” Naggar Park and Splash Pad. It allows children and families with special needs to have a stress-free environment and gives them the time to play with each other, explore and participate in enrichment activities.

The Fall hours for the ESP Program have been extended and will take place on Wednesday September 29th, October 6th and October 13th from 3:15pm – 6:15pm and Saturday October 9th from 9:00am – 11:00am.

Park Rules

  • Playground is unsupervised. Adult supervision is required. Children must not be left alone.
  • Parents/Guardians are responsible for their child’s safety.
  • Have fun and remember to be kind, play politely and take turns.
  • In order to provide full inclusion, please be sensitive to all abilities.
  • Follow all Splash Pad Rules.
  • Tables and seating are first come, first serve.
  • Organized parties/celebrations are not allowed inside the fenced area or outside the playground entrance on the adjacent grass area.
  • Due to health and safety concerns, food and drinks are permitted on the grass area only.
  • Help keep the park clean. Please pick up trash and remember your belongings.

For Your Safety, Please No

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Animals (leashed service animals are ok)
  • Barbecues or party jumps
  • Glass containers
  • Loitering
  • Pop-up shelters, tents, or large umbrellas
  • Rough play, fighting, or running
  • Sectioning-off or reserving areas for non-City special events or programs
  • Skateboarding
  • Taking water from the Splash Pad to the playground areas
  • Throwing water on others
  • Throwing, tossing, hitting, or bouncing of any sports/leisure equipment

In addition to the playground rules, please adhere to the following when on the Splash Pad. The Splash Pad is the concrete area where the spray features are located.

*The Splash Pad may be closed at any time at the City’s discretion. Splash Pad is not to be used when thunder or lightning are present.

Water

All guests must use the on site shower before entering the Splash Pad. The Splash Pad uses treated, recirculated water. Do not drink the water spraying from the Splash Pad. A drinking fountain is provided near the restroom for your convenience.

Sanitation

No diapers allowed except for swim diapers specifically made for recreational swimming.

Diaper changing is not allowed in the Splash Pad area. A diaper changing facility is located in the restroom.

Those with health problems such as diarrhea, nausea, infections, or wounds are not allowed on the Splash Pad. Splash Pad is unsupervised. Adult supervision is required. Children must not be left alone. Parents/Guardians are responsible for their child’s safety. Do not climb, hang, swing, pull, or sit on Splash Pad equipment.

For Your Safety

While on the Splash Pad, please no:

  • Animals (leashed service animals are ok)
  • Bikes, Scooters, or Skateboards
  • Diapers or Diaper Changing
  • Food or Drinks
  • Glass Containers
  • Gum Chewing
  • Open Wounds or Bandages
  • Running or rough play
  • Street Shoes (water shoes are ok)
  • Taking water from the Splash Pad to playground areas
  • Throwing water on others
  • Toys and Water Balloons

Contact

  • General Inquiries - Community Services: 951-694-6480
  • Information Hotline: 951-693-3985
  • Emergencies: Dial 911

For more information about Ambassador Kindness Brochure and Playground Programs please call 951-693-3902. For up to date information see City of Temecula Human Services Facebook.

Celebrate Differences, Embrace Commonalities. Kindness Matters.