Splash Park at Pyeongtaek City Hall

After reading a few suggestions from friends, including a post by South of Soul, the boys and I went to the water park on a whim after a local dentist appointment. We arrived at 3 in the afternoon during the busiest summer holiday week for Koreans. It was packed! I’ve seen photos of overcrowded water parks so it wasn’t that bad, but it was close. I would suggest waiting until the crowds die down after the holidays end on August 8th.Splash Park Splash Pad Pop Up Pool Pyeongtaek City Hall


I still can’t figure out why Korean water parks require everyone to wear hats. I tried asking a lady there and I couldn’t understand her answer other than that it’s just the way it is. Because I didn’t believe anyone when they posted about hats at pools, we had to buy little black diving hats for the boys. This is not a shining moment for them.Splash Park Splash Pad Pop Up Pool Pyeongtaek City Hall



  • Pyeongtaek (NOT Songtan) City Hall.
    • For Waze: Type in Pyeongtaek City Hall, ignore the suggestions that pop up, and click search. It should be the first search result. Be sure that it is sending you to the location off of 38.
    • For Naver/Daum users: 경기도 평택시 비전동 846


      Pyeongtaek City Hall, NOT the Songtan Branch. First result on Waze, near route 38.


  • 0900-1800, July 17th to August 25th

CostSplash Park Splash Pad Pop Up Pool Pyeongtaek City Hall

  • Free for children 9 and under
  • 1,000won for 10+
  • 2,000won for Adults


  • All participants must wear hats. Water Caps are available for 5,000won.
  • No outside food or drink. No one was following that rule, everyone had full picnic baskets with corn, melons, meats on sticks etc.


  • There is side street parking available
  • City Hall parking was very cheap – Up to two hours is 2,000won and a full day of parking is 5000won. We only stayed 45 minutes and paid 500won.IMG_2946
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    • Martha Compton on June 28, 2018 at 12:31 pm
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    Hi! Were you able to find Pyeongtaek City Hall parking easily? Is it very clear? Thanks!

      • Sig on July 6, 2018 at 1:23 am
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      The Pyeongtaek City Hall has a very obvious parking lot but it was very crowded when I went. Expect to wait for a parking spot to open up and for it to be a tight squeeze.

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