The Splash Pad is closed for the winter season. We'll re-open in May 2018.
Proper swimwear is required for anyone planning to get on the actual Splash Pad (wet area). ALL types of cotton clothing; swimwear that becomes transparent when wet; and thon swimwear is strictly prohibited. This rule also applies to swimwear cover-ups.
No coolers, outside food, and/or drinks will be allowed inside the Splash Pad Complex. A concessions area is available during regular business hours.
Children must be properly supervised by accompanying adult while in the SPlash Pad Complex
Participants must shower before getting on the Splash Pad.
Running and/or rough player is prohibited on the Splash Pad.
No person under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be allowed within the Splash Pad Complex
Spitting and/or nose blowing are prohibited on the Splash Pad.
Persons with open lesions or wounds, diarrehea, nausea, skin, eye and/or respiratory infections will not be permitted on the Splash Pad.
Animals and pets are prohibited inside the fenced area of the Splash Pad Complex with the exception of certified service animals.
Smoking is prohibited within the fenced area of the Splash Pad. Smokers must exit the Splash Pad. A hand stamp is available and required for same day re-entry.
Glass containers are prohibited within the fenced area of the Splash Pad.
For the enjoyment of all participants, radios, CD players and Mp3 players are not allowed within the Splash Pad.
Persons wearing diapers must wear a swim diaper. Regular disposable and/or cloth diapers are not permitted on the Splash Pad.
The maximum number of users allowed within the Splash Pad Complex is 300.
A first aid kit is located in the First Aid Room within the Splash Pad Complex.
During severe weather, staff will advise all users to exit the Splash Pad and take cover. Participants will not be allowed on Splash Pad during periods of lightning or extreme weather conditions.