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September 2, 2014

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Several Clark County pools, water parks to open Saturday

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A lifeguard watches swimmers at the Paradise Park and Community Center Sunday afternoon, June 6, 2010. Las Vegas Valley residents used the park’s water features to escape the triple-digit temperatures.

Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, eight Clark County pools and water parks will open for business Saturday.

“Memorial Day Weekend is not just the unofficial start of summer,” County Commissioner Susan Brager said in a statement. “It’s the start of a season of fun for the valley’s kids. And nothing is more fun for a child than a day of splashing around a swimming pool. It’s also a great way to escape the heat.”

County water parks feature slides, fountains, play areas, zero-depth entry for young swimmers and a shaded pool deck. Water park fees are $2 for youths ages 3 to 17; $3 for adults ages 18 to 54, and $1 for seniors. Children under 3 are free.

Neighborhood pool fees are $1 for youths ages 3 to 17 years, $2 for adults 18 to 54, and $1 for seniors. Children under 3 are free.

These county pools and water parks will be open from noon to 6 p.m. over the three-day Memorial Day weekend:

• Desert Breeze Water Park, 8275 Spring Mountain Road

• Hollywood Water Park, 1550 S. Hollywood

• Cambridge Water Park, 3930 Cambridge St.

• Paradise Water Park, 4770 Harrison Drive

• Parkdale Water Park, 3200 Ferndale St.

• Walnut Water Park, 3085 Cecile Ave.

Laughlin Water Park will be open from 1 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Overton Pool will be open 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Monday.

Pools opening over Memorial Day weekend also will be open Saturday and Sunday, June 1 and 2, with the exception of Overton Pool, which is closed on Sundays.

Starting Saturday, June 8, all county pools will be open for the summer except for Logandale Pool, which will open from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, June 17.

Clark County has a total of 14 pools and water parks at community and recreation centers throughout Southern Nevada.

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