on Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Summer wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the beach, pool, splash pad, or Iowa’s largest water park. From thrilling water slides to relaxing lazy river rides, you’ll find plenty of “cool” ways to enjoy some fun in the sun here in the Cedar Valley.
George Wyth State Park3659 Wyth Rd, Waterloo(319) 232-5505Hours: Daily 11am-7pmDaily Admission: FreeOfferings: Kayak, paddle board and paddle boat rentals available. Restrooms and concessions on site.
*Please note that there are no lifeguards on duty.
Byrnes Pool1001 Campbell Ave, Waterloo(319) 291-4453Hours: Mon-Fri 1-4:30pm & 6:30-8:30pm; Sat & Sun 1-4:30pm & 5:30-7:30pmDaily Admission: $4; Kids 2 & under $1; Family Night $10; Pre-School Swim $3Offerings: Zero-depth entry, water slides, diving boards, water features and more.
Gates Pool620 E Donald St, Waterloo(319) 291-4458Hours: Daily 1-5pmDaily Admission: $4; Kids 2 & under $1; Family Night $10; Pre-School Swim $3Offerings: Zero-depth entry, water slides, diving boards, water features and more.
The Falls3025 S Main, Cedar Falls(319) 266-8468Hours: Mon-Sat Noon-8:30pm; Sun 1-8:30pmDaily Admission: $6; Kids 2 & under $3; Lap Swim & Water Walking $6Offerings: Zero-depth entry, water slides, lazy river, 8-lane lap pool, water features and more.
Mark’s Park225 Commercial St, Waterloo(319) 291-4490Hours: Daily 9am-9pmDaily Admission: FreeOfferings: Splash pad and playground.
Lost Island Waterpark2225 E Shaulis Rd, Waterloo(319) 233-8414Hours: Daily 10:30am-6:30pmDaily Admission: $26.40+ tax; Kids 3 & under freeOfferings: 11 major water slides, lazy river, wave pool, 3 children’s play areas, gift shop and more.
*Discounted passes ($22.40+ tax) available at the Waterloo Convention & Visitors Bureau office.
Have an awesome summer everyone!
- Beth Keeney, Waterloo Convention & Visitors BureauPhoto Credit: Lost Island Waterpark, Maxx Rentals, Waterloo Center for the Arts.