What type of interactive features can I expect at the Ty Warner Spray Park?
- Water Shooting Cannons
- Giant Misting Whale’s Tail
- 3 Bucket Sneaky Soaker
- Mushroom Cap Water Walls
- Waterfall Dumping Bucket
- Double Barrel Water Cannon
- Multiple Ground Spray Spouts
What makes Ty Warner Spray Park different from area pools?
The Ty Warner Spray Park is a family, friendly facility. It was designed and constructed based on aquatic industry standards and practices. This water park is zero-depth, which means, no standing water. Which is why there is difference in the following: appearance, design, construction, safety precautions & guidelines compared to other area pools.
What type of swimming attire should I wear?
Click here for allowed swim attire. No street clothes are allowed in the Spray Park. It is also recommended that small children wear swim diapers only.
Can I bring food and drinks into the Park?
Yes, but we don’t allow food or drink on the Spray Park surface. We have a concession stand located by the park that offers the following: ice cream, soda, hot dogs, soft pretzels, candy and popcorn.
Can I re-enter the park if I leave?
Yes, please see the Spray Park supervisor for a wrist bracelet. Bracelets are only valid for the day you purchased your daily fee. You will need to pay admission again or show a valid pass for any additional days you wish to visit.
Can you reserve the pavilion located by the Spray Park?
No, but there is a Cabana within the Spray Park available for rental. The Pavilion is a first come, first serve arrangement. 2 tables max per group of 10 or more, but Spray Park Staff reserves the right to take one table away to accommodate as many people as possible. To bring a group to the Spray Park for a day of fun please call the Community Center office at (630) 963-5252. Regular admission fees apply.