5 questions: Pool Time
Q: When is the Tonganoxie Water Park set to open for the summer?
A: The park opened Saturday.
Q: Are there any changes this summer of which visitors should be aware?
Q: What is the cost to swim at the pool?
A: Tonganoxie Water Park 2010 age groups: Infant, up to 2 years of age; child, 2 – 12; adult, 13 – 59; senior, 60 and older.
Family: Parents and up to three dependents under 18 years of age who reside in the household on a year-round basis. Maximum of five per family.
Resident: An individual or family whose primary place of residency is within the Tonganoxie 66086 postal zip code area
Non-resident: An individual or family who resides outside of the Tonganoxie 66086 postal zip code.
Child, $3 resident/$4 non-resident; adult, $4 resident; $5 non-resident; senior, $3 resident, $4 non-resident; non-swimmer, $2.
Child, resident, $55, non-resident, $70; adult, resident, $80, non-resident, $95; senior, resident, $55, non-resident $70; family, resident, $140; non-resident, $160 (maximum of five). Additional family resident: $25 for a resident; $35 for non-resident. Additional family member above the family allowance of parents and up to 3 dependents.
Q: What kind of attendance did you have in 2009 and do you expect to surpass that this summer?
A: We had good numbers last year even with it being cool and damp. We would like to think this will be a better summer for attendance. As always, the weather plays a big role in how many attend the Water Park.
Q: Are private parties an option for residents?
A: Yes, Monday and Wednesday are the only days we don’t have pool rentals available. The pool can be rented to a private party on Sunday 7-9 p.m., Tuesday 8-10 p.m., Thursday 8-10 p.m., Friday 8-10 p.m. and Saturday 8-10 p.m.
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