The Auburn Noon Lions Club, a non-profit 501 (c)(3) partner, is working in conjunction with the City of Auburn to raise funds for a new Spray Playground at Sunset Park. The City has set aside $200,000 for a new Spray Playground and the Auburn Noon Lions Club has taken on the task of working with the community to raise funds for the remainder of the project- with a goal of raising $200,000.
Spray Playground Location: Sunset Park, 1306 69th Street SE, Auburn
Surrounding Park Amenities: 1 mile paved trail, Picnic Shelter, Play Structure, Basketball Court, Skate Park, Two Youth baseball/ softball fields, Adjacent to Lakeland Hill Shopping Center
For donations up to $499, please visit the GOFUNDME website to donate to Make-A-Splash campaign; for donations over $500, please fill out a donation form(PDF) and return the form with your gift/pledge to:
Auburn Noon Lions Club, c/o Make-A-Splash Campaign,
PO Box 771, Auburn, WA 98071
Spray Playground Features
A spray playground or splash pad combines water
movement and interactive play elements in a safe
and zero-depth water play area.
Typically constructed on a concrete slab with
various water features that spray water in different
patterns and directions, cooling off the visitors on
Children of all abilities are able to enjoy a safe and
No need for lifeguards.
There are many positive effects on emotion, cognitive
and physical development when children play together.
A new spray playground will delight children of all abilities.