The City of Antioch Parks and Recreation Department announced that a season pass for a summer at the Antioch Water Park is now available.
The Water Park is conveniently located on Lone Tree way across the street from Deer Valley High School and is the premier water attraction in East Contra Costa County. For less than the cost of four regular admissions, you can have your own season pass to the Water Park and enjoy a summer of fun in the sun. Avoid the long lines and enjoy conveniently free parking at the Antioch Water Park.
Season Passes are on sale now at a discounted rate:
- $55.00 for Antioch Residents – if purchased by May 26, 2017
- $60.00 for Non-Antioch Residents – if purchased by May 26, 2016
The passes will increase to $70.00 (resident) and $80.00 (non-resident) if purchased after Opening Day (May 27th ).
The Antioch Water Park is open from Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day weekend. For more information about Season Passes or any of the programs at the Water Park, please contact the Antioch Water Park at 925-776- 3070.
I wouldn’t want to risk being exposed to another chemical spill at this water park. Remember when a bunch of kids were rushed to the hospital? Also consider the separate but interesting mercury contamination on the other side of Antioch. I think it was too much toxic chlorine in the water.
Toxic chemical exposure seem to be a common thing in Antioch. I read these chemicals such as mercury are used in the manufacturing of drugs.
Welcome to Antioch.
No thanks. Remember the toxic chlorine mishap that sent kids to the hospital? Antioch seems to be fond of chemical spills like the mercury spill that took weeks to clean.
Gotta love a city full of meth labs that need such chemicals.
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