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Hays Aquatic Park


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Hays Aquatic Park The Hays Aquatic Park is the ideal place to cool off and enjoy some summer fun. The H.A.P. is located on approximately 3.5 acres of land and is located at 4th & Main. There are three bodies of water (lazy river, leisure pool, multi-purpose pool) and two water slides. You can enjoy a leisurely float down the lazy river in a single or double tube as you wind around the water slides and past a waterfall. All of the water in the complex is heated and the zero depth entry leisure pool is ideal for the toddlers and families with little ones just starting to learn to swim. Other features include a concession area, shade deck, several sun decks and a children's play area which is ideal for making sand castles. The Aquatic Park can handle as many as 3000 visitors, but practical summer operations are around 1000 to 1800 guests.


Admission: For current admission fees, call or see website.
Hours: For current hours call or see website.
Address: 4th & Main
Phone: 785-623-2650
Our Website:www.haysrec.org/index.asp?DocumentID=1299

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