Splash House Announces Changes in 2016 Season
MARION, IN: (April 11th, 2016) – The City-owned Splash House is announcing some changes in rules and pricing going into the 2016 season.
The cost for general admission will differ for residents and non-residents of Marion. Starting this season, residents will pay $8 per adult and $6 per child or senior for a day-long pass. Non-residents will pay $10 per adult and $8 per child or senior. Children 2 years of age or younger get in free in both cases. The Splash House staff will be checking IDs at the door to confirm residency.
Splash House Manager, Carlos Rosales, says the prices may have gone up, but it was necessary to keep the park maintained and to save for new attractions he hopes to offer in the future. “A day at the Splash House, price-wise, is still comparable to a night at the movie theater or a game of bowling.”
3-5 years down the road, Rosales says he hopes to bring in a new water slide, and improve appearance and functionality each year, such as putting in new lockers and repainting. Rosales has already added a third concession stand called, “The Snack Shack,” for convenience and variety.
Rules at the Splash House have also been updated to meet Indiana regulations, and provide more details and descriptions to keep patrons safe. The new rules also answer a lot of questions patrons have asked.
The Splash House opens for the season on May 28th. There are still positions open for those seeking summer jobs. The park is currently hiring lifeguards, front desk and concession workers. You may call 765-662-9931 for more information.
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