Currents Aquatics Center in McCormick Park
Energize and recharge at Missoula's premier year-round indoor water playground! Currents' four pools have engaging water features for every age. Currents is also home to Parks and Recreation headquarters and Headwaters, a beautiful community meeting room for public use. Children aged 6 and under must be accompanied in the water by an adult.
|Hours through Jan. 1, 2024* |
|Mon/Wed/Fri||12 - 6 pm|
|Tues/Thur||12 - 8 pm|
|Sat/Sun||12 - 6 pm|
|*Holiday & School Break hours||Lap Swim schedule|
|Aquacize Water Aerobics schedule||Ripples Party Room|
|Open Kayak||Swim Lessons|
|Children ages 6 and under must be accompanied IN THE WATER by an adult. Loaner life jackets available for non-swimmers.|
|Group||Age||Regular Fee||With City Card|
|Infant||Under 2||No charge||No charge|
|Pre-K||2 to 6||$4.75||$4.00|
|Youth||7 to 12||5.75||4.75|
|Student||13 to 17||6.25||5.25|
|Age||Regular Fee||w/City Card|
Splash Montana Waterpark in Playfair Park
Splash Montana outdoor waterpark is open June through August. and is located in Playfair Park, 3001 Bancroft, Missoula, MT 59801. Phone 406-721-PARK (7275.) Seasonal telephone during summer months: 542-WAVE (9283.) Kids aged 6 and under must be accompanied in the water by an adult.
Neighborhood Splash Decks and Spray Pools
View information about the neighborhood splash decks and spray pools. Splash decks and spray pools are open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
The Circle of Safety: It's A Team Effort
Swimmer safety is the top priority at Splash Montana and Currents Aquatics Center. The facilities aim to create a "circle of safety" to ensure a safe and fun experience for all. The circle includes close and constant supervision of children by a parent or a responsible adult, swim lessons for all children beginning at an early age, life jackets for young kids or non-swimmers, and well-trained lifeguards.
Children ages 6 and under and non-swimmers: parents or responsible adults must be IN THE WATER and within arm's reach at all times.
This is called "touch supervision," where adults are close enough to reach the child immediately. While lifeguards are essential to providing water safety, nothing can replace undistracted, swim-ready parental supervision.