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Lakeview Waterpark

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Located on 7th Street North inside Lakeview Park is the family oriented Lakeview Water Park. Featured is a zero-depth entry beach that is perfect for small children. Click here for directions to Lakeview Park.

Lakeview Water Park

You can slide down the gigantic water slide, play in the spraying water toys, or just lay back on the island. Lakeview Water Park is definitely the place to enjoy the summer!

Lakeview Water Park

A modern pool house offers restrooms, showers, and a secured clothing check-in point. This pool typically opens for the season when the Nampa School District’s traditional school year ends and summer vacation begins! Lakeview Water Park closes for the season when the new school year begins, typically in late August.

Lakeview Water Park

Hours and Phone Number
Afternoon Hours
Monday – Sunday
1:00 pm – 4:45 pm
Evening Hours
Monday – Sunday
6:00 pm – 8:45 pm

Phone: (208) 465-2219

Up to 5 years of age:
6 – 17 years of age:
18 and up:

Entrance fees are charged for each of the two swimming sessions.

Punch Passes
Outdoor Pool Punch Passes are available for purchase at Lincoln Pool, Lakeview Water Park or the Program Desk located in the Nampa Recreation Center. With a Punch Pass, enjoy discounted admittance to either Lincoln Pool or Lakeview Water Park.

Swimming Lessons at Lakeview Water Park
American Red Cross Swimming Lessons are available at Lakeview Water Park in the morning and in the afternoon. Sessions run Monday through Friday for two weeks. Classes are 30 minutes in length. Click here for more information regarding available classes or contact the Program Desk inside the Nampa Recreation Center at (208) 468-5858.

The City of Nampa also has indoor swimming pools open year-around located in the Nampa Recreation Center. Click here for more information.

Pool Closures
Uncontrollable weather or other conditions may result in our outdoor water facilities opening late or closing early. The pool manager will make a decision on closing if the following occur:

  • There is a threat of violent weather or lightning (if lightning continues for more than 30 minutes, pool will close for the session).
  • There is a strong steady rain for over 30 minutes.
  • There is mechanical failure or pool chemicals are unbalanced.
  • The number of swimmers drop below ten (10) for at least an hour (low attendance is more likely on unseasonably cool days)
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