Schaumburg, Illinois

Waterworks


category : Water Parks
Open year-round, this indoor water park features a play pool with water slides and a water playground, a lap pool, and a diving pool with drop slide.


Admission: Adult Resident: $6.00 Child Resident: $4.00 Adult Nonresident: $8.00 Child Nonresident: $6.00 Children Under 2: Free
Hours: Mon - Fri, 11am -5pm, 7pm - 8:30pm. Sat and Sun, 12pm - 5pm.
Address: 505 N. Springinsguth Rd.
Phone: 847-490-2505

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