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My Favorite Kids Water Play Stations and Tables

Summer Toy Shopping

I’ve been searching for some great new toys, something fun for outside, that will be great for the baby, as well as entertain my 4 and 7 year old nephews.

These water play tables seem like just the thing to keep them busy and out of {too much} trouble. But what a tough choice… There are so many great ones!


If any of you have used one of these and have some feedback, I’d love to hear it! And if you’ve been looking for some fun new summer toys too, check out my favorites…

The Little Tikes Anchors Away Water Play Table is just so, so, so fun!! And it would be a perfect addition to our HUGE Pirate Birthday Party coming up soon….


I really love the little ferris wheel-type feature on the Little Tikes Spiralin’ Seas Waterpark, and I think that the kids would have a ton of fun with it!!


This Step2 Play Up Adjustable Sand & Water Table table is a great price, and I really like the umbrella over the top. We don’t have much shade at all, and I’d love to keep baby out of the sun!


Your Thoughts?

My little girl will be a year old next month, so I’m excited to start getting her more “Big Girl” type of toys, and she LOVES playing with her older cousins!! I can see all three kiddo’s having a lot of fun with these…

What do you guys think? Do any of you have one of these? If so, do you love it?? Or do you have another great suggestion I should check out??




  1. Melissa H. says

    I was just looking at the the Pirate ship and the Spiralin’ Seas water tables today at my local Toys R Us. The Pirate ship seems cool, but a little spendy considering how much use my son would get due to the lack of warm weather where we live (Portland, OR). The Spiralin’ Seas one was actually on sale and I was going to purchase it, but they were all sold out :/ In my experience, sand boxes and water tables should be separate. Both my sister and I purchased combos last year and our children (my son is 2, hers are between 3-9) turned the tables into a huge disaster! The sand can dry out when the kids dump water in it, but it was hard getting the sand out of the water portion without dumping the entire thing.

    I look forward to reading other people’s input :)

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