Due to the nice weather and Rolla Public Schools letting out on May 18, SplashZone, Rolla’s outdoor water park, will open on Tuesday, May 22 from 12-noon to 6 p.m., weather permitting.
"The SplashZone staff has worked hard to get the facility open a week early this year,” said Mitch Lewis, Aquatics Manager, City of Rolla Parks and Recreation Department. “If we continue to have nice weather, SplashZone will open the first week from Tuesday, May 22 through Friday, May 25 from 12-noon to 6 p.m.”
Located in beautiful Ber Juan Park at 14th and Holloway Streets, this fun-filled water park includes a leisure pool with beach-like entrance, interactive play structure, lazy river, the “world’s largest” vortex, and two giant water slides.
Admission to SplashZone is $4.50 for individuals age four and above. For children age three and under, there is no charge. Value passes are $75 for 20 visits.
SplashZone will remain open throughout the summer months Monday through Friday (noon-7) and Saturday and Sunday (noon-6 p.m.). Closing day at SplashZone will be on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 3.
For more information for special events, private rentals, swimming lessons and other information, please call SplashZone at 364-8222 or 341-2FUN.