Ty Warner 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.
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, corn dogs, soft pretzels, pizza, candy and popcorn.
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.
No. 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 email Steve Golembiewski, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (630) 963-5252 x218. Regular admission fees apply.
Swim suits only. No street clothes are allowed in the Spray Park this year. It is also recommended that small children wear swim diapers only.
The two closings during the day are for Maintenance. This ensures the optimal experience for friends and family. The closing are from 12:30-1:00PM and 4:30-5:00PM. During this time check out the Backstop Concession Stand for great snacks and cool ice cream!