Waterpark (slides, lazy river, zero depth, & splash deck):  12:15-7 PM

50-Meter Pool & Diving Tank (pool with diving board & deep end jump-in area):  1-7 PM

Lap Swim:  9:30 AM-7 PM


Waterpark, Diving Tank, & 50-Meter Pool:  1-5 PM

Lap Swim:  1-5 PM


Last Chance Splash will be opening the waterpark side (lazy river, splash deck, slides, zero depth, and splash deck) at 12:15 PM this season.  PLEASE WAIT BEHIND THE FLOWER BARRELS, staff will come get you when it is time to come into the facility.

If you are participating in water activities, you are welcome to bring your stuff out to the pool deck while you exercise.  

Cash and Check ONLY accepted for Open Swim.

 Please make checks payable to: City of Helena.

Credit Cards accepted for the purchase of Passes and Swim Lessons ONLY!

Page updated April 2014

Last Chance Splash's LAST DAY is August 23!!

Interested in non-pool summer activities?

Click on this link! 

people working out in the park during ParkFit

Lightning/Bad Weather Policy

****  NEW  *****
Following Montana codes, Last Chance Splash will close for one half hour if lightning or thunder is seen or heard.  Last Chance Splash offers $1.00 OFF your next entry into the facility with proof of voucher. 



Kid swimming underwater with goggles.

2014 Aqua Tot Swim

Aqua Tot Swim is a time specifically set-aside for parents & their children 5 years of age and younger.  It is held in the Zero Depth (wading) pool & on the Splash Deck, and runs Monday - Friday, 11:45 AM - 12:15 PM.  

Please don't hesitate to stay longer, just be aware that open swim (in the Waterpark) begins at 12:15 PM.  

Rules & Regulations for Aqua Tot Swim

  • For safety reasons, parents are required to be in the water with their children.
  • In addition, only children 5 years of age & younger are welcomed during this time.
  • To ensure children remain safe, please, no more than 2 children per parent.


The cost is the same as Daily Entry Fees!  

Punch Passes and Season Passes may be used as well.

Click here to learn more!

** NEW RULE **

The American Red Cross, along with many other great agencies such as the Aquatic Safety Research Group, are asking that *prolonged breath holding*  no longer be allowed at facilities.  Because we believe in SAFETY FIRST, we ask that you no longer practice prolonged breath holding activities.  Thank you.