Get your swimming gear together and head over to Splashville Saturday for its opening day from 12-6 p.m.

“We will close again for the week to allow school parties for all the hard working students,” states the Splashville Facebook page. “Then we will open up for good on May 27th!”

There is a chance of thunderstorms Saturday and Splashville has an inclement weather refund policy.

“Splashville will close for inclement weather when thunder or lightening is detected inside 10-miles of the facility,” the policy reads. “Should the threatening weather come after opening, all swimmers will be cleared from the pool and seek temporary shelter until swimming can resume. Swimmers will receive a rain delay pass to re-enter the facility once the weather clears.”

Splashville Manager Cherisa Verastigue “C.V.” said if the bad weather continues for the remainder of the day, the delay pass will be good for two weeks.

Sign-ups for swim lessons, water aerobics and season passes will also begin on Saturday and continue through the summer.

Swim lessons are $55 and the classes meet Monday-Friday on June 6-16, June 20-30, July 11-21 and July 25-Aug. 4.

For more information on times and levels, visit Splashville’s Facebook page.

Daily admission to Splashville is $5.50 per person, $3 for military and senior citizens and free for ages two and under.

Birthday and other private events can also be held at the waterpark and reservation forms, along with other pricing information, can be found by visiting

The 2017 brochure with schedules, and other information, has not been posted to the city website at this time, but C.V. said she is working to get it on the site soon.