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Splash Montana Missoula

Where is it at?

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Splash Montana
3001 Bancroft Street
Missoula
MT
59801
Tel: 406 542 9283

Where are we going today?

Montana is the perfect place to spend the day cooling off, and making that SPLASH you have always wanted to!

Splash Montana is a fun community water park located in Playfair Park, where the whole family can enjoy seasonal fun, no matter what age.

The park features a number of water features that will entertain you all day, including THREE exciting three-story waterslides! How brave do you think you have to be to take those on? Pretty brave!

For those little ones, there is a zero-depth entry pool, which is very swimmer friendly, as well as fun spray features. There is even a kiddie Grizzly slide, so they can have their own slide fun on age appropriate features.

Feeling a little...lazy? Why not - you've earnt it! The lazy river float-way is the perfect way to just lie back and relax, and take in the atmosphere of the park. There is even a wild river branch too!

Splash Montana also has a host of fun floating play structures, with a log walk, water snake, and even a floating otter. Did you think you would be spending the day with a floating otter? Of course you did!

For those serious swimmers, the Lake is an Olympic-sized pool with 50m and 25 yard lap lanes, so anyone can practice those swimming strokes. Practice makes perfect after all!

With cabanas to rent, and grills and cafes to enjoy some tasty treats, and the chance to celebrate your birthday with friends, why wouldn't you head to Splash Montana to make that SPLASH!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$6.75
  • Children$3 to $4.50
  • Free Under: 12 months.
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Hours vary on the day and month

May to September

Teachers corner

They offer swim lessons, so why not bring the students down and enjoy some sports outside of the school.

I'm Hungry!

The Crazy Creek Cafe has a host of foods and snacks for you to enjoy, from sandwiches, pizza, tacos and chips!.

Healthy Eating!

The cafe sells fruit smoothies, fruit, and salads, including vegetarian options and vegetables, so there is plenty for you to enjoy that's healthy!.

Any Top Tips?

Why not hire a cabana for some extra privacy and shade? It's great for families!.

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff about how they can assist you with any special needs that you have .

Can I get one of those?

Can you have a birthday party at Splash Montana? Why, yes you can! There are a number of party options, for either 3 hours or all day, and you can choose the perfect one for you! .

More information

They have water polo too! Lap Swim is also the only thing open for the last couple of weeks of the season. .

What people are saying?

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    THEY LACK ALL CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS! We came from out of state to visit & have fun with family! I paid for 2 adults and 3 kids and FIVE minutes later there was a lightening strike! Everyone out for 30 minutes. I asked for a refund or passes for another time since we just got there. Basically told HELL NO. So we waited and by the way the food station closes too! No snacks. Time is almost up and another lightening strike! Reset for another 30 minutes. I ask again for refund/ passes stating we just got in and we are from out of state. HELL NO and...Read More

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    We love this place! I only wish Bozeman would build one so I didnt have to drive to Missoula...

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    I loved it me and the g babies with my daughter going back again tomorrow.

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    Whether you're wanting to swim some laps in the Olympic-sized swimming pool, grab a one- or two-person innertube to float around the Lazy River, or if you want to enjoy the main attraction - three fairly tall water slides - this is the best place to go to swim outside. Of course this is very kid-oriented, with an entire shallow section dedicated to small children and early swimmers and wacky devices that might splash you (hence the name), but it can honestly be enjoyed by anyone.

    The water slides are of course the most interesting feature; they're...Read More

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    Fun, and 5.75 for an adult is not expensive for what you get.
    Food is expensive and bad though, especially avoid the pretzels.

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by Lizzy Brookes

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THEY LACK ALL CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS! We came from out of state to visit & have fun with family! I paid for 2 adults and 3 kids and FIVE minutes later there was a lightening strike! Everyone out for 30 minutes. I asked for a refund or passes for another time since we just got there. Basically told HELL NO. So we waited and by the way the food station closes too! No snacks. Time is almost up and another lightening strike! Reset for another 30 minutes. I ask again for refund/ passes stating we just got in and we are from out of state. HELL NO and mobs of people are upset. They close in one hour. We are told we can leave and come back later that day. We left and came back to a deserted pool. Four families swimming. This was ridiculous! All the run around and 30 minutes to swim! Thank God they were cheapskates and didn't want to show basic customer service skills! We would have came back another day with the passes! Go somewhere you will be appreciated! Spend your money and time elsewhere! We sure will be!

by Alex Anderlik

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Whether you're wanting to swim some laps in the Olympic-sized swimming pool, grab a one- or two-person innertube to float around the Lazy River, or if you want to enjoy the main attraction - three fairly tall water slides - this is the best place to go to swim outside. Of course this is very kid-oriented, with an entire shallow section dedicated to small children and early swimmers and wacky devices that might splash you (hence the name), but it can honestly be enjoyed by anyone.

The water slides are of course the most interesting feature; they're all decently fast (without being too scary) and one is designed to be ridden on an inner tube (best enjoyed with a friend on the two-person tube). Because it's so popular, lines can sometimes get long and the breeze blowing at the tower can make you feel pretty cold if you're already soaked. However, the slides are well worth the wait.

As far as the facilities go, everything is modern and well-built. There are some options to buy food but they are less than great and very expensive. The price of admission is reasonable but you'd probably do best to avoid buying anything else there.

Overall, a great solution to cool off in the summer heat.

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