SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (VVNG.com) When it comes to summer, we can always count on the hot weather. Take a break from the triple digit heat and cool down at Glen Helen Regional Park.
Many families go searching for pools, lakes, beaches, or water parks to cool off, often times traveling great distances to reach those places.
Located approximately 30 miles from the Victor Valley at the base of the Cajon Pass, Glen Helen Regional Park provides a great destination for relaxing and cooling down.
The “Swim Lagoon” offers dual water slides with a pool, a sandy area, and a zero depth water play park manned by lifeguards. Life vests are also available at no additional costs.
You can also enjoy two lakes for fishing and several picnic areas under shady trees with amazing views throughout the park.
The swim complex is open Wednesday – Sunday from 10 am – 4 pm weekdays and 10 am – 5 pm on weekends.
If you plan on visiting during the week, the cost is $9.00 per person plus $8 to park a vehicle. Weekends the cost is $11.00 per person. Children 3 & under are always free.
Kids must be 48 inches to ride the slides. Ice chest containing food and beverages are allowed, however, glass or alcohol is not permitted. And we’re sorry but pets aren’t allowed.
Getting to the water park is easy! If traveling from the Victor Valley jump on the southbound I-15 freeway and take the Glen Helen Parkway exit. Hang a left and you are just minutes away from the park entrance.
Vision2BActive and San Bernardino County Regional Parks teamed up to offer 50 percent off entry fees to seven County Regional Parks every Thursday in August.
Click here to get your coupon, get out there and be active!