(MISSOULA)- After being rained out the first two weekends of the season, Missoula's popular Splash Montana water park is finally set to open Saturday.
Parks and Rec managers usually try to get the park open right around Labor Day, at least for the weekend. But once more this year the weather didn't cooperate and Splash remained closed, including over Memorial Day. The city's policy calls for closing the park when there's a threat of thunderstorms or temperatures drop.
The park will open for continuous summer operation 11:30 Saturday morning, with the usual 8:30 pm. June closing time.
Admission prices this year are $3.75 for children 11 and under, $4.25 for teens and seniors 58-years old and up and a $6 one-time fee for adults. Missoula residents can realize additional savings by getting their residency card and purchasing a swim pass.