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Splash Park at the Upper Valley Aquatic Center

  • 5

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Splash Park at the Upper Valley Aquatic Center
100 Arboretum Lane
White River JunctionVT 05001
(802) 296-2850

Ages: 1 and up

Cost: Daily Rate: Adult $15 | 2nd Adult $11 | Youth $7 | Adult w/1 child $22 | 2 Adults w/ 1 child $33 | Senior $9

Parking: Yes

Features: Restrooms

Located inside the Upper Valley Aquatic Center is The Splash Park.  It includes a current channel that resembles a small circular river that carries you past small waterfalls and other water elements. There is a zero-entry pool area provides easy access to the water and a safe and fun place for your younger swimmer to play. For those craving a little adventure, climb 20 feet up to the top of our enclosed, circular slide. It will take you on a 110 foot cork screw ride out of the building before sending you sliding back across the floor inside.

 

Hours of Operation
  • Monday - Friday 5:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
  • Saturday 6:30 a.m.-  8:00p.m.
  • Sunday 8:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.

 

Directions to the Aquatic Center

  • Travel on 89 South until you see signs for 91 North to White River Junction.
  • Take the exit for 91 North.
  • Merge onto 91 North, stay in the right lane and immediately take the first exit, which is Exit 11 — Route 5 / White River Junction.
  • At the bottom of the ramp make a left onto Route 5 — South.
  • Travel .6 miles on Route 5 - South.
  • After passing under the highway overpass, make your first left on Arboretum Lane.
  • The UVAC is straight ahead.

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irishandscottishgirl

  • 5

Reviewed on 12/15/2013

This place is fun - I love to work out here - i get very bored with exercise easily. I can do a class in the water on another day I can do a zumba class and then on another one lift weights. Really recommend and a great value!

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roadtoast

  • 5

Reviewed on 02/27/2013

We have been to the splash park two times and had a great experience both times. The water and changing rooms are clean. There are tables in the main entryway so if you pack a lunch you can eat there; there is also a snack bar. I recommend bringing extra towels so that if you get wrapped up for lunch you have dry ones for later. I found myself wishing the water or air was just a tiny bit warmer, but I run cold. There are several lifeguards in the splash park and they are VERY attentive. I especially liked that the splash park is big enough so that older kids have some independence but not so big you can't easily spot them. Great spaces for younger kids, too. They have several life jackets available for free use. It seems to be busiest before lunch then quiets down at lunch time and early afternoon....more

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zaq12

  • 5

Reviewed on 09/13/2012

My family loves to visit the Splash Park. With multiple waterslides and a lazy river there is something for everyone. It feels like you're spending the afternoon in the tropics.

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amu903

  • 5

Reviewed on 05/13/2011

I took my 5 year old daughter in April. We spent the day in the area, first visiting the Montshire Museum then visiting the Aquatic Center. We were in the water for 2 hours straight! The pool area was clean and spacious. The locker rooms were also clean and spacious. I was told the water temperature was 88 degrees. It was very comfortable! The facility was easy to find off the Interstate. We will certainly visit again.

Splash Park at the Upper Valley Aquatic Center