Activities

Mill Creek Regional Park features 155 acres of parkland, 15 lighted baseball/softball fields, 7 soccer/football fields, 2 playgrounds, 1.25 walking trail with lights, 9 picnic pavilions, 8 restrooms and one lake. Mill Creek offers something for all outdoor enthusiasts!

There are several walking and biking trails throughout the community. The Willie McTell Trails runs through Downtown Statesboro and connects Georgia Southern University to the city center. The newest addition is the S & S Greenway. This 8 mile trail will run from Statesboro to Downtown Brooklet.

Mill Creek Regional Park

The Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department's (SBCPRD) mission is to provide quality, diversity, wholesome parks and recreation services to meet the needs of the citizens of Bulloch County.

Mill Creek Regional Park , opened in 1993, is a state-of-the-art recreational complex which was funded through a 1% Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax. Mill Creek, 1996 USSSA Complex of the Year, has played host to more than 200 tournaments including four national tournaments. For directions to parks click here.

The Community Recreation Division offers instructional programs involving youth and adults. Community Recreation includes the Afterschool Program and Summer Camps , Adults 50+ , Therapeutics (persons with disabilities), Instructional Programs, Special Events and Volunteerism.

The Athletics Division offers activities for both youth and adults. Youth programs include baseball, tennis, softball, football, track, basketball, swimming, cheerleading and skill camps. Adult programs include softball, basketball, volleyball, soccer and flag football.

Splash in the Boro

SPLASH IN THE BORO NOW OPEN DAILY!

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday

10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Thursday and Saturday

10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Sunday

12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

TICKETS

Full Day Individual Waterpark Ticket Prices: Our ticket prices are based on height. Adult / Child Over 48” Tall (over 4 feet tall) $12. Adult / Child Under 48” Tall (under 4 feet tall) $10. Children ages 2 and under….....FREE. Senior Citizens ages 60+ (must have ID) $6

Discounts: “$2 off full day individual ticket prices” available for individuals with proof of Bulloch County residency, current military, and Georgia Southern University & Ogeechee Tech staff and students

(Picture ID required to receive discount).

*Splash in the Boro accepts cash, check, visa, mastercard, and discover cards.

WEATHER

**Severe Weather Policy
In the event short term, severe weather is experienced, i.e. thunder
is heard, or lightning is sighted or detected by mechanical means, all
pools and pool decks will be cleared immediately. Pools and decks
will remain clear until at least 20 minutes after the last evidence of
severe weather is experienced. The pools and decks will also be
cleared any time sufficient rainfall is occurring to obscure the bottom
of the pool resulting in an unsafe swimming environment, and will
remain closed until such time as visual acuity for the bottom of the
pool reaches a safe level.

In the event Splash in the Boro has to close due to inclement weather
for one consecutive hour or more, prior to 4:00pm, guests will be
issued a onetime ‘rain check' to re-enter the park within the season.

If Splash in the Boro has to close due to inclement weather after
4:00pm, no ‘rain check' will be issued.

To check for the latest weather forcast please goto

http://www.weather.com/weather/today/30461

No Refunds will be given for either occurrence.

WHAT TO BRING

Below are some ideas of some of the items you may need while at Splash in the Boro:

Swim suit (required to get in the water)
Sunscreen/sun block
Towels
Sunglasses
Goggles (Face mask goggles are not allowed)
Life Jacket (US Coast Guard Approved)
Hat/Visor
Flip flops or water shoes
Camera
Map of the Park
Swim Diaper (for diaper dependent children)
Baby Goods (stroller, diapers, wipes, change of clothes, bottle )
Dry Clothes
Plastic bag or Grocery bag for Wet Clothes
Zip Lock Bags for Electronics
Cash or credit card for food, drinks, locker rental, & souvenirs

Medications that you might need (headache or allergy)

LOCKERS AVAILABLE FOR RENT:

*limited number of lockers available. Locker rental is based on availivility.

Large Locker (12” deep, 36” tall)…….$6/day

Small Locker (12” deep, 12” tall)…….$3/day

*all locker rentals require a $5 cash deposit or a driver's license which will be returned when the key is returned. *Limited number of Save lockers available.

If the locker key is not returned (lost), there will be a $5 charge to replace the key.

*Splash in the Boro & SBCPRD are not responsible for lost or stolen items. It is recommnended that NO valuables be brought in to the park.

What NOT to Bring

No Coolers (Outside food and drinks are NOT allowed in the park.)
No Floaties (Non-Coast Guard Approved Floating apparatus is Not allowed inside the park.)
No Jewelry, No Valuables, No Alcohol, No tobacco products

*Splash in the Boro is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Greenway

Founded in 2002, the Bulloch Greenway Partnership is dedicated to planning and developing a network of greenways and trails that provides non-motorized recreation opportunities such as walking, biking, and jogging convenient to all residents of Bulloch County. We are encouraged by a 2002 poll of Bulloch County residents who overwhelmingly (85%) expressed a desire for a network of greenways and trails in their community.

Trail and Greenway Facts

What is a Greenway?

Greenways, often with their associated hiking or multi-use trails, are ribbons of undeveloped land. In rural areas, greenways are often in the form of wide corridors of open space. In urban areas, greenways simply may be a thirty-foot right-of-way with a developed hike and bike trail.

In "Greenways for America," Charles Little categorizes five types of greenways: Urban Riverside Greenways, Recreational Greenways, Ecologically Significant Natural Corridors, Scenic and Historic Routes, and Comprehensive Networks.

In Bulloch County, we will concentrate on the development of a comprehensive network of recreational greenways. For the purpose of the Bulloch Greenways Partnership, greenways are linear, open spaces that connect parks and community areas to form a cohesive park, recreation and open space system. A greenway allows for safe pedestrian or non-motorized transportation between community destinations. It expands recreational opportunities, aids in the protection of natural and scenic areas, and contributes to a community's public and economic health.

What are the Benefits of Greenways?

Greenways can serve as the lungs and kidneys of our cities and towns, cleansing the air we breathe and water we drink. Greenways offer recreational opportunities, which because of their linear nature, are directly accessible to more people than traditional parks. Greenways also provide car-free transportation routes for cyclists and walkers.

General Potential Benefits of Greenways:

Flood and Erosion Control
Resource Protection
Safety
Community Enhancement
Open Space Protection
Recreation
Transportation
Tourism and Economic Benefits



 

 

 

 

 

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