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  • Season Passes
  • Chair, Umbrella and Tent Guidelines
  • Health & Safety
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Season Passes

    Season pass holders receive unlimited access to Phillips Park Aquatic Center and Splash Country Water Park and get in 30 minutes prior to opening on the weekends. Click here to purchase a season pass!

    Season Passes
    Regular Rates
    Begin June 12
    Standard Pass (Ages 2+) $75(R) / $95(N)
    Children Under 2 FREE

    RESIDENCY NOTE: (R=Resident / N=Non-resident) Resident rates apply to those who live within the geographic boundaries of the Fox Valley Park District – Aurora, North Aurora, Montgomery and Sugar Grove – and pay property taxes to the District. For water parks only, resident rates also apply to those who pay their water bill to the City of Aurora. If you are uncertain about your residency status, please check your current property tax bill. Children under 2 are free and do not need an ID card.

    PLEASE NOTE: All season passes are non-refundable and not-transferrable.


    Chair, Umbrella and Tent Guidelines

    Guests are welcome to bring their own chairs, umbrellas or shade tents into the Outdoor Aquatic Centers for secured seating and shade. All personal folding lounges, chairs umbrellas and tents may be placed in the grass yard areas and located a minimum of 4 feet from the pool deck’s edge. Items are not permitted on the pool deck.

    Chairs and Umbrellas

    • Personal folding lounges and folding bag chairs, or chairs with attached umbrellas are allowed inside the park.
    • Umbrellas should be no larger than 6′ tall. Guests are advised to use caution when using them in high traffic areas and during strong winds.

    Shade Structures and Tents

    • Pop-up tents no larger than 10′ x 10′ are permitted.
    • Guests are encouraged to use weights or short stakes to anchor down tents.
    • In high winds, guests are advised to retract all shade tents and umbrellas for safety purposes.

    Guests are advised to monitor all personal property brought on site as the Fox Valley Park District is not responsible for items that are lost, stolen, forgotten or damaged. Guests may be liable and are advised to exercise caution while their actions or use of personal property may cause injury to another. All personal property must be removed from the site at the close of each day. For the safety and enjoyment of all guests, respect and observance of the personal space of others in encouraged.

    Health & Safety

    Help Stop the Spread!

    If you or a family member is sick, we ask that you please respect the safety of others and stay home.

    Face Coverings

    We trust that individuals who are not fully vaccinated will continue to wear face masks in our facility. Patrons who are fully vaccinated have the right to choose if they wear a mask or not.

    Sanitation Protocols

    High touch areas and locker rooms will be sanitized on an increased cleaning schedule in accordance with IDPH guidelines.

    Hand Sanitizers

    Hand sanitizing stations will be located throughout the park ask well as the locker rooms for guest convenience.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can I buy my tickets at the admissions window?
    Yes! Tickets will be available for purchase online and at the waterpark. To ensure your admission for the day, we recommend purchasing your tickets in advance online.

    Do you have deck chairs?
    Yes, we will have deck chairs available, however they will be limited. Guests are welcome to bring chairs into the park to ensure deck seating.

    Do you have a concessions stand or vending machines?
    No, we do not have a concessions stand or food vending machines. Drinks are available through our Pepsi vending machines. Guests are able to bring food into the park or have it delivered to our gates by a food delivery service. Food delivery staff cannot enter the park but will meet guests near the food pick-up designated areas.

    If the birthday party area is not reserved, can I use it?
    Yes! If the area is not reserved, guests are free to utilize the tables however we ask that you do not close it off for private usage unless you have reserved it.

    What is needed to prove residency for admission?
    A government issued ID, school ID or utility bill, car registration, or piece of mail with an address and photo ID can be used to prove residency.