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Going down the swim slide

From Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, the water complex opens at four of our Regional Parks.   Swim lagoons, water slides, sandy beaches, and shady lawns are the perfect combination for fun and relaxation. All our swim facilities have trained lifeguards on duty and first aid stations.

Special rates are available for larger organized groups (like scout troops) and it's even possible to reserve time for a private party. Call your park to ask for details. 

Click here for Park Fees


  • 220-foot double-flume water slide (handicapped accessible)

  •  One-half acre swim lagoon    

Yucaipa Swim

  • Green grass for sun bathing and picnics

Glen Helen 
  • 350-foot double-flume water slide

  • One-half acre swim lagoon

  • Green grass for sun bathing or picnics

  • Picnic areas

  • Snack bar

  • Playground

Lake Gregory
  • 4-acre swimming lake
  • 300-foot double-flume water slide 
  • White sandy beaches
  • Two snack bars
  • Paddle boards, aqua cycle, boat rentals
  • Two sand volleyball courts
  • 350-foot giant water slide flume
  • 290-foot aqua tube water slide
  • One acre swim lagoon
  • White sandy beaches
  • Green grass for sun bathing and picnics
  • Picnic shelters
  • Snack bar

Zero Depth Water Play Parks

Zero Depth Water Play Park
A Zero Depth Water Play Parks allow children of all ages to socialize, splash and play  to keep cool during the summer.  The colorful variety of water-spraying nozzles in the shapes of mushrooms, flowers and other objects provides a safe way for children to enjoy the water.

The Zero Depth Water Play Park  at the following parks:

  • Cucamonga Guasti 
  • Glen Helen 
  • Lake Gregory
  • Prado
  • Moabi
  • Mojave Narrows