Freedom Springs Water Park at Freedom Park in Greenwood (850 W. Stop 18 Rd) is opens every year on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. Freedom Springs will remain open until Tuesday, September 3rd.

Freedom Springs Aquapark in Greenwood

All ages will LOVE this waterpark; two body slides, a tube slide, lazy river, diving boards, drop slide, lily pad crossing, lap pool, sand play area and splash area for the little ones that includes fun water activities.

A concession stand, shelters and cabanas add to the relaxing, resort-like feel. Cabanas can be rented for $30 for a half day, $50 for a full day and $100 at special events. Shelters can be rented for full and half days. When you rent a shelter, you and your guests receive half price admission AND half price concession stand purchases.

Freedom Springs Hours

Monday – Saturday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sundays, noon to 6 p.m.
Thursday nights open until 10 p.m. for Thrilling Thursdays

Admission Prices for Freedom Springs

$8 children ages 3-17
$10 adults 18 and up
Children 2 and under free
$2 discount for Greenwood residents. Discount for military and seniors.

Things to Know Before You Go to Freedom Springs

Activities and events at Freedom Springs include; water fitness classes, SCUBA, Puppy Poolooza, tot swimming time, late nights, family night and adults only nights. Swimming lessons are available. Find more information about summer camp and field trip visits on the Freedom Springs website.

Season passes for Freedom Springs are available, but another fantastic option is the Splash Card punch pass. For $55, you’ll have 10 passes to get in to the waterpark. You can use these for multiple people and they don’t expire. Once you use your 10th visit, turn the card in for a free hot dog and drink at the concession stand.

Another great deal is the seasonal drink cup. For $10 you’ll get a souvenir bottle with $1 refills all season long!

Season pass holders gain access to the park and to special events 15 minutes early. In addition, season pass holders get in free to Adult Nights.

Outside food and beverages are not permitted except water.

Free sunscreen stations are in the water park, be sure to use plenty of it!

Inner-tubes are available for use on the slides and the lazy river, if you have a little one that needs a tube with a closed bottom, stop by the life guard area and ask!

Greenwood is also home to a free splash pad and the popular indoor playground, KidCity at the Greenwood Community Center.

850 W. Stop 18 Rd

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