Just in time for the unofficial start of summer, Clark County is opening eight pools and water parks for Memorial Day weekend at noon on Saturday.
The following pools and water parks will be open this coming weekend:
Desert Breeze Water Park, 8275 Spring Mountain Rd., Las Vegas
Hollywood Water Park, 1550 S. Hollywood, Las Vegas
Cambridge Water Park, 3930 Cambridge St., Las Vegas
Paradise Water Park, 4770 Harrison Dr., Las Vegas
Parkdale Water Park, 3200 Ferndale St., Las Vegas
Walnut Water Park, 3085 Cecile Ave., Las Vegas
Laughlin Water Park, 3790 S James Bilbray, Laughlin
Overton Pool, 375 W. Thomas, Overton
County water parks feature twisting slides, fountains, play areas, zero-depth entry for young swimmers and shaded pool decks.
Water park fees are $2 for swimmers between 3 and 17, $3 for adults and $1 for seniors. Children under 3 are free. Pool fees are $1 for those between 3 and 17, $2 for adults and $1 for seniors. Kids under 3 are free.
County pools this year will accept donations of new swimsuits for children. Anyone who donates will receive a water bottle commemorating this year's 50th anniversary of the Parks and Recreation Department.
"Our pools and outdoor water parks provide a fun and safe place to beat our desert heat all summer long," said Clark County Commission Chair Steve Sisolak. "Donating a swimsuit to a child in need is a great way to get the summer off to a good start for families that are struggling economically."
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