Big E and little g loved the spray toys and wading area, and I loved that they provided complimentary life jackets for children under three.
The admission price of $5.50 youth or $6.00 adult for non St. George residents was a little steep for a swimming pool, but once I saw all the different activities inside, I felt it was worth the cost.
I was also impressed with the family locker area. As a mother of young kids I’m always looking for the easiest way to manage bathrooms in public, and often traditional women’s restrooms are just not as well equipped for the little ones. The showers in the family area were like walk in closets, with floor to ceiling opaque doors and hooks for towels and clothing.
You’d think with all that I could’ve kept little g from exposing herself, but I have to admit there were a few naked baby sightings that day.