Today is the opening of Lake Snowden's new inflatable water park. The park features several large pieces of inflatable play equipment for swimmers of all ages to enjoy.
In addition, an official ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the park’s opening will be held on Saturday, May 26 at 11 a.m.
The park also offers a grass and sand beach, and will be open on weekdays from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m., and from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends. Also, since there will be no lifeguards on duty, any visitors 17 and under will have to have adult supervision.
What Does It Cost To Get In?
The rates for the inflatable water park are the following:
- $5 per visitor for the use of the beach only
- $10 per visitor for the full day (Ages 3-5; and 55+)
- $15 per visitor for the full day (Ages 6-54)
- $25 per visitor for a full weekend (Ages 3-5; and 55+)
- $35 per visitor for a full weekend (Ages 6-54)
Seasonal pass rates are available and those visitors who are active military and veterans are eligible for discounts.
What Are The Beach & Water Park's Rules?
The rules for the beach and inflatable water park are the following:
- Swimming is only permitted at the designated beach.
- Flotation devices (other than U.S. Coast Guard approved personal flotation devices) are prohibited.
- Fishing in the beach area is prohibited.
- Alcohol and glass containers are not permitted in the beach area.
- Swimming is not permitted beyond the ropes.
- Throwing of sand is not permitted.
- Pets are not allowed in the beach area or any park building, including the shelter houses.
Lastly, since there will be no lifeguard on duty, swimming is at the individual’s own risk. The maximum water depth is approximately seven feet.
To learn more about Lake Snowden’s rules and activities, please visit the Lake Snowden page on Hocking College's website.