Make a Splash!

Two boys enjoy a water slide at Missoula's Splash Montana waterpark. Splash Montana opened in 2006 and is located in Playfair Park.

Photo courtesy of Missoula City Parks and Recreation

Splash Montana

Splash Montana
3001 Bancroft
(406) 542-WAVE

Missoula’s newest water park, Splash Montana, opened in June 2006 as an outdoor park. Located in Playfair Park, Splash Montana is a popular destination during the summer if you’re looking to cool off after soaking in up some sun.

Bring the whole family and enjoy all the features the water park has to offer. From its three waterslides to the lazy river float, there are numerous ways for the entire family to enjoy a day at Splash Montana.

For more details about water features and special events, see our featured overview of Splash Montana.

 

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