This Costco Splash Pad is brilliant! It’s a kiddie pool! No, it’s a splash pad! Wait, its both! Really, brilliant! It’s a gigantic ELEVEN feet across, so invite the kiddies from the neighborhood over to play too in this awesome Underwater Adventure Sprinkler Splash Pad from H2OGO available in-store at Costco now!
This Costco Splash Pad is super affordable, easy to put up and take down, and makes a great backyard upgrade along with the Slip N Slide, Patio Furniture, Toddler Water Table, Bunch O Balloons, New Outdoor Plants among other fun new finds we found
in the dangerous middle section at Costco recently! Look here for all the Costco.com Water Toys for Kids available to order now. Right now Sam’s Club has 5 splash pad options – and you can get a free Sam’s Club Membership Card – worth checking out – the crab splash pad is SUPER CUTE!!
2022 Costco Splash Pad Update
The 2022 version of the Bestway H2oGO! 11-foot Splash Pad is Costco Item Number 2622031 and costs $26.99 in-store. Currently it’s on sale for $7.00 off and costs $19.99.
Just attach the H2OGO! ® Underwater Adventure™ Sprinkler Pad to your garden hose and redefine backyard water play fun. Big and little kids alike will love the shallow splash pool created with the inflatable rim that surrounds the pad and traps the water for frolicking, splashing fun. Get ready to dance and laugh and play beneath a cascade of gentle streams of water which will keep everyone cool under the warm summer sun.
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Costco Splash Pad Product Features:
- Manufacturer’s Recommended Age: 2+
- Size: 11 ft.
- Ocean Theme
- Includes repair patch
- Just attach to your garden hose
Costco Item Number and Price
Bestway H2OGO! 11′ Water Sprinkler Splash Pad is Costco Item Number 1492508 and Costs $19.99 in-store.
Sam’s Club sells a comparable splash pad product that costs $49.99 from Wow Watersports…comparably this is a very well priced option!
Please note this product has a wading pool where – although the water may appear shallow – it is deep enough for a child to drown. You must supervise children while using this just like you would supervise children in the bath tub. Slips, falls, slippery feet and pool bottom all make it more dangerous despite its shallow depth…just because its shallow doesn’t mean a child can’t drown. Please be safe, not sorry. Thank you!!
You can visit the Manufacturer’s Site here.