Splash In The Boro

Statesboro, GA

Where are we going?

Splash In The Boro
1388 GA-24
GA 30461

912 489-3000

What is there to do?

It's swim time in Statesboro because Splash In The Boro is filled with water fun, and it has your name all over it!

Why don't we start with the Water Slides? The parks not one, but TWO 2 body slides and 1 inner tube slide wind around each other and finish with an exciting plunge into a common pool! Are you feeling brave?

Perhaps you would rather relax in the Lazy River which is 800 ft. of floating fun! Pick up an inner tube at any of the Lazy River entrances and float around Splash! It's a great way to just take in the atmosphere of the park!

The river encircles the play and leisure pools, so you can check out what to enjoy next.

The Play Pool is designed to accommodate a variety of ages with its low level water. A zero-depth entry area provides a place for toddlers to enjoy safe splashing in less than a foot of water! 

Every minute, the Splash bucket fills and dumps 600 gallons of water onto the play area! Kids can also enjoy the Play Pool's play structure with tunnels, slides and climbing/playing area. 

The Leisure Pool is a great place to relax or enjoy the spray 'n play features!

The 25-meter lane pool (24,000 sq. ft.!) and therapy pool are heated and open year-round under a portable dome structure! Splash In The Boro doesn't shut down just because the weather gets cold! 

With swim lessons too, why not make that SPLASH on your next family day out! You know you want to!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $19

Children: $14 (Under 4ft tall)

Discount: Season passes available

Free Under: 2 years when accompanied by a paying adult or pass holder


Need a little extra help?

Just speak to staff if you have any questions about the accessibility, they will be happy to help!


When can we go?

Hours vary so check online. Open daily over summer then after early August, weekends only to Labor Day

Season run mid-May to Labor Day Weekend. The heated dome is up from October until mid-April.


Any top tips?

If you are a Season Pass holder the park sometimes host swim night JUST for you, so worth considering a Season Pass if you plan to swim a lot!

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