KALISPELL — Woodland Water Park will officially open their doors on Monday with special safety restrictions in place.
Locker rooms will be unavailable for changing and showers will be closed as Woodland Water Park prepares for visitors on opening day.
Tubes and life jackets will not be available for use with park officials asking patrons to bring their own.
Registration for swim lessons in the six-lane lap pool begins on Monday at 8 a.m. with lessons starting on June 29th.
The park will be open for open swim times seven days a week from noon to 3:30 and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursdays.
Kalispell Parks and Recreation Director Chad Fincher said the water park will be operating at 75% capacity.
Fincher said Flathead residents should expect the park to look a little different from years past.
“Sanitize more often or reduce capacities, we’re doing everything that we can to get some normalcy, but it will have a little bit of a different feel,” said Fincher.
Patrons are asked to social distance six-feet apart while on the deck and in the pool. In Kalispell, Sean Wells, MTN News.