West Chicago’s Turtle Splash Water Park to open June 7

Turtle Splash Water Park, West Chicago’s most popular community pool, will be opening on Friday, June 7.

This five-acre enclosed facility features a zero-depth entry, a bucket drop, slides, a café, locker rooms and showers, free parking, a splash pad, Toucan’s Hideaway, and more.

Turtle Splash is open every day from noon to 6:30 p.m. Daily admission is $10 or $15 for nonresidents. Children under 2 years old are free. Admission prices are reduced to $5 for residents or $8 for nonresidents after 5 p.m. daily.

Enjoy unlimited access this summer with a season Splash Pass, on sale now for $80 for residents and $97 for nonresidents. The facility opens at 11:30 a.m. for Splash Pass holders. Sale ends April 30.

Swim lessons: Registration is open now. The West Chicago Park District offers a great environment for children to learn how to swim, stay safe in the water, and have fun!

Birthday parties: Have your bash at Turtle Splash! They offer party packages to make your child’s birthday unforgettable. For more information, visit

Hiring: Turtle Splash has a variety of positions open for the summer, including lifeguard, deck attendant, swim instructor, and admissions attendant, etc. We will be having group interviews each week in April.

Turtle Splash Water Park is located at 129 W. National St. West Chicago. For more information, call (630) 231-9474 or visit

About the West Chicago Park District

The West Chicago Park District’s mission is to create an enhanced quality of life through effective programs, progressive facilities and preservation of parks and natural resources in a fiscally responsible manner. The park district was established in 1972 and since has been committed to creating an enhanced quality of life through effective programs, progressive facilities and preservation of parks and natural resources. The district maintains over 400 acres including Reed-Keppler Park known as “the heart of the community” that houses the state of the art ARC Center, TreeTop Escape, Turtle Splash Water Park, Toucan’s Hideaway, splash pad, ZONE250, two dog parks, skate park, picnic shelters, multiple sports fields, playgrounds, bike trails, path system and a nature sanctuary.

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