No, we do not rent out towels but do have some available for purchase in the Gift Shop!
Per Central District Health’s public health advisory, all guests are strongly recommended to wear face coverings to enter & move about the park, in food lines, gift shop and in restrooms for guests over the age of 2. Employees are required to wear face coverings for the entirety of their shifts.
Face coverings WILL NOT be permitted in the water. Keep your mask in a dry place when on towers, slides or in pools.
Face masks and shields are available for $1 at the ticket booth.
Roaring Springs is allowed to operate with authorization given in Stage 3 of the Governor’s Idaho Rebounds plan.
Yes, Snake River Run was completed in the spring of 2020 and is ready to ride!
All employees will be required to wear masks, with the exception of lifeguards guarding bodies of water such as the Wave Pool, Endless River, Bearfoot Bay and catch pools at the bottoms of slides. Our aquatic risk management consultants are strongly recommending lifeguards NOT wear masks when guarding bodies of water most significantly due to safety hazards masks pose when submerged in water. Additionally, masks may delay care when a lifeguard is required to blow their whistle during an aquatic emergency.
No, the overall capacity of Roaring Springs will not be limited since it is a large, outdoor venue where families have the ability to socially distance. Capacities in the Wave Pool and the Endless River will be limited to 50%.
The Roaring Reader Program is for students in Elementary School. Only students in those grades are eligible to participate. Only students and teachers whose schools are registered are eligible to participate.
Schools include traditional schools (public, private and parochial schools) and home schools.
Yes, the number of swimmers will be limited to 50% capacity in the Wave Pool and the Endless River. We will not be releasing the number of swimmers allowed in each pool, but capacities will follow guidelines in the CDC’s Model Aquatic Health Code.
There will be one socially distanced entrance and exit point open to the Endless River near the Double Trouble drop slide where a lifeguard will be keeping count. The other five exits will be used as emergency exits.
Yes, all cabanas are available for rent.