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Splash summer season starts Saturday

Splash in the Boro will kick off its 2013 summer season Saturday.

The gates will open at 10 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. The park will also be open Sunday from noon until 6 p.m.

Splash in the Boro will close again on Monday and will reopen for seven-day-a-week operations beginning May 25.

The 2013 Operating Hours are Monday through Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m., and Sundays from noon until 6 p.m. through Aug.11.

Admission rates remain the same for the 2013 season. The discounted rate - for Bulloch County residents, current Georgia Southern University and Ogeechee Technical College students and staff, and military personnel - will be $8 for anyone under 48 inches tall and $10 for anyone over 48 inches tall. The regular admission rate is $10 for anyone under 48 inches and $12 for anyone over 48 inches. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted free of charge.

Splash in the Boro membership passes are available this year for $60 per person for the entire season. Members will receive many benefits, including 10 percent off purchases at Splashy's Gift Shop, a special member's gift, and discounts from local businesses on the back of the ID cards. Additional passes may be purchased along with the original full membership for $50 each.

Splashy, the water park's life-size water drop mascot, will make frequent appearances at Splash in the Boro this summer.

Splash in the Boro also has some fun themed days planned, including "Splashy's Birthday Party," "Christmas in July" and "Dad's Day."

Splashy's Snack Shack and Splashy's Sandwich Shoppe offering their usual assortment of goodies, including the ever-popular "ice cream of the future," Dippin' Dots. The gift shop sells souvenirs as well as those items you might have left at home such as goggles and suntan lotion.

For more information, visit or call (912) 489-3000.



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