Let Me Introduce You To Our Park


The decision to close the Water Park came after lengthly discussions about options for the season.  The Mayor and his staff took a holistic approach to determining what was best for the community based on the current COVID-19 pandemic.  The health and safety of our employees and customers is paramount and we aren't willing to risk their well being for the sake of opening.  Were we to open, we would have had to increase staff to operate the Water Park under the guidelines set forth by the Governor and the Ohio Department of Health.  The fact that we could only allow 159 customers in at one time meant that even if we were filled to capacity every day for the entire season, the city would lose money.  City Council previously budgeted funds for repairs and updates to the Water Park.  The city will be replacing the kiddie pool area flooring, repairing the decking and spill buckets in addition to new umbrellas.  We are looking forward to seeing you next year.  Be well, be safe and stay healthy!!!!


Because of the diverse world we live in, there are many opinions of what modesty looks like.  Because of that, we feel it is important to share expectations while visiting our family friendly park.  Guests, male and female alike, must wear clothing made purposely for swimming.  Everyone must be appropriately covered at all times.   Staff may request additional coverage when necessary.

It is disappointing that we have to implement the next policy change but after finding cans and glass bottles containing alcohol being sneaked into the park frequently, bags and coolers will be checked at the admission gate.  If cans, glass and/or alcohol is found at the new checkpoint, they will be confiscated and disposed of, not returned to the owner.  We apologize ahead of time that this new system will take additional time to perform, and a lengthier wait to gain entrance to the park, but due to guests not respecting the rules, we feel it to be a neccesary step for not only the safety of all our guests, but also to eliminate an added liability for our lifeguards. 

Swim Diapers are a MUST for those who are not potty-trained, even those babies not yet walking.  Regular diapers are NOT allowed to be worn in the pool.


 Let me introduce you to our park.   Our waterpark is a 4.5 acre facility offering an 18,000 sq. ft. heated pool with a pair of two-story water slides and a zero depth entry child play area with a fantastic play unit aimed toward younger children.  We are equipped with men’s and women’s locker rooms with a handicap accessible family changing room available for your convenience.   We have an excellent  lifeguard and management staff at our facility.  There is also a reasonably priced concessions area for those who wish to purchase food while visiting.  You may also choose to bring your own lunches.   

The waterpark will not issue rainchecks after the 2:00 hour for any reason.  Please check weather conditions prior to arrival, especially if traveling a long distance.  We do try to update the phone system once a decision is made to close, however, we can NOT guarantee this will be up to date at the time you may call in.  We do apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may bring.                                                                                                                                 


Opening June 2nd, 2018

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  • 2020 Uhrichsville Water Park Season:

    The decision to close the Water Park came after lengthly discussions about options for the season. The Mayor and his staff took a holistic approach to determining... Read More

  • Lifeguards WANTED:

    Looking for 20+ Lifeguards to join our staff for the 2020 season.  Those who have completed a lifeguard class and received certification are welcome to complete an application.  With verified certiication, all applicants will be accepted.  

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  • Discounted Prices:

    We will once again by offering Early Bird Discount pricing on season passes to the Water Park for the 2020 season through Read More

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