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Posted on: June 11, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Fun In the Sun at Rolling Hills!

Flash Bucket Rendering

When you visit Rolling Hills Water Park this summer, you’ll notice a big difference!  Construction is currently underway for a full replacement and expansion of the Sprayground area.  In February, the Parks Commission awarded $950,000 to fund the renovation and demolition of the existing structures, which began in mid-March.   At 7,300 square feet in total area, the new Sprayground will cover roughly 35% more space than the old structure, and include a variety of new features sure to provide endless fun for everyone.

The main feature will include a raised platform with interactive experiences and a play panel for children to explore.  Three water slides and a giant dumping bucket atop the unit are the paramount features of the structure.

The Sprayground will also feature a Tot Zone that includes an Aqua Gather Station, a fully accessible interactive water table for children to manipulate the water flow through different components. The Tot Zone will have shade structures in place to ensure your little ones can play all day without you having to worry about too much sun exposure.

In the expanded area of the Sprayground, be sure to visit the Flash Flood! This 17-foot tall bucket slowly fills with water. Once it’s full, a generous flood wooshes out the bottom of the funnel and splashes off a platform in three different directions. The new area will showcase over 25 spray features, including water tunnels, spray jets, and geysers.

Behind the scenes, a UV filtering system will ensure the most effective method for disinfecting bacteria and pathogens from the water. This method eliminates chlorine by-products and provides the safest, healthiest, and most environmentally friendly choice in pool sanitation.

While construction is underway, all water park admission prices will be reduced by $1 (except the Group Visit rate).

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