CRESTLINE: Lake Gregory Regional Park to Launch New Summer-Long Night Water Sliding
Lake Gregory Regional Park to Launch New Summer-Long Night Water Sliding This Weekend
Park to extend hours every Saturday this summer and expand guest activities
LAKE GREGORY, CRESTLINE, Calif. – Beginning June 2, Lake Gregory Regional Park will extend its normal operating hours for its newest summer event – Night Water Sliding.
Open every Saturday night from June 2 through September 3, excluding July 7, guests will be able to take a thrilling ride down a 300-foot, double-flume waterslide into the park’s splash pool.
Sliders must be at least 4 feet tall and be wearing appropriate swimwear. There will be strobe lights, glow sticks, music, and a snack bar for sliders, as well as a parents’ hangout.
The Saturday night water sliding will be available from 7 to 11 p.m., and costs $15 to participate or $5 to enter the facility but not use the water slides.
During the day, visitors can beat the summer heat at Lake Gregory by visiting the 4-acre swimming lake, relaxing on white sandy beaches, getting a sand volleyball game started, or renting paddle boards, small boats, or aqua cycles. There is also a zero-depth water play park for the littlest visitors.
For more information on Night Water Sliding or other daytime park activities, please visit www.sbcounty.gov/parks or call (909) 338-2233.
ABOUT SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY REGIONAL PARKS
The Regional Parks Department manages and maintains nine Regional Parks throughout San Bernardino County totaling approximately 9,200 acres. Each park offers diverse outdoor recreation opportunities in settings that range from metro, mountain and desert scenery.
Activities which can be found at the parks include fishing, hiking, biking, boating, camping and more. For more information, visit www.sbcounty.gov/parks.