Complimentary use of life vests
Weak swimmers, non-swimmers and those under 42 inches tall are recommended to wear a life vest. Only U.S. Coast Guard approved Type II and Type III life vests are permitted in SPAR Waterpark. Puddle Jumper type life jackets are permitted so long as the inner labeling indicates that the device is US Coast Guard approved, and may substitute for a Type III PFD.
A limited number of complimentary use life vests are provided throughout SPAR Waterparks and are U.S. Coast Guard approved. Inflatable floaters, rings, noodles, balls, water guns, etc. are not permitted at SPAR Water Park.
- Limited availability for life vest. It is advised that you bring your own if possible.
- Once done using life vest, please return to rack near lockers prior to leaving park.
- Life vests are expected to be keep clean while in use. It is the parent responsibility that the child does not damage the vest in any way.
Designated smoking area
Tobacco products, e-cigarettes, vapes are not permitted within SPAR Waterpark.
Smoking is permitted in a clearly marked, specially selected area of SPAR Waterpark parking lot. Check the SPAR Waterpark map for specific location.
If you begin to feel ill or find that you require medical assistance, please do not hesitate to request aid.
SPAR Waterpark’s First Aid station is located at Lifeguard Station near entrance to the lazy river, by Blue Dragon Body Slide, Green Monster Tube Slide, and Twisted Serpent Body Slide. This area is staffed by certified lifeguards trained in First Aid & CPR.
Please refer to map for location of this area.
For all emergencies, dial 911 from any phone.
What are AED’s?
AED’s are medical devices that can help save lives in the event of cardiac arrest. They function by sending an electric current to the heart to help it reset itself from an ineffective rhythm.
Who can use AED’s?
AEDs may be used by any SPAR staff or Guest in response to a cardiac emergency. No training or certification is required. However, SPAR Waterpark employees are trained to properly use AEDs. The device prompts the user with step-by-step verbal instructions.
Where can I find an AED?
AEDs may be found in the following locations.
-Membership desk in Recreation & Aquatic Center.
-Fitness (weight) room inside of fitness center.
What else should I do?
In the event of a cardiac emergency, notify a SPAR employee immediately and call 911.
Lost and Found
Where to find lost belongings?
Please do not bring items of value into SPAR Waterpark.
Found items are turned in to the front office at the SPAR Waterpark. If not claimed within 2 weeks, items are discarded.
If you lost an item, notify SPAR Waterpark inside main ticket office or call (337) 527-2505.
Most of our pools are designed with zero depth entry, ramps or have stairs/ ladders. If you need further assistance, please see a SPAR Waterpark employee for assistance.
How to use a locker?
Insert $0.50, open locker, place items inside locker, close and remove key. To open, insert key remove items and close again. If opening locker to retrieve an item from locker, you will need an additional $0.50 to be able to lock and retrieve key.
What to do if you need assistance with a locker?
If assistance is needed while renting a locker, a SPAR employee should be near lockers to assist you. If, in the case of no employee being there, you can go to the front office of the Water Park or to the Green lifeguard Hut, located near Blue Dragon Body Slide, Green Monster Tube Slide, and Twisted Serpent Body Slide.
What to do if change is needed?
A SPAR employee should be near the lockers ready to assist. Other locations you may find change are, the bag check area, and concession stands.
At Sulphur Parks and Recreation a service animal is defined as any dog trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability. http://adainfo.us/serviceanimalbook
Guests who use service animals must retain control for their animals at all times and should keep them on a leash or harness while visiting.
To experience a pool or attraction, the service animal may be left with a non-rider or non-participant. Attended service animals are welcome to wait at least 20 feet from the water’s edge of SPAR pools and attractions.
Service animals are the responsibility of the owner and cannot be left unattended at any time. SPAR Waterpark employees are not permitted to take care of, supervise, transport, or take custody of service animals at any time.
Service animal behavior including waste cleanup is the responsibility of the owner. For your convenience, a service animal “Relief Area” is located at Fideaux Field across the street, or in extreme circumstances at the Oak Tree located North West of parking lot.
Where are restrooms located?
Restrooms are located in the front entrance, near concessions stands on lazy river side, and in green building north of large pavilion
Where are showers and dressing rooms located?
Showers are located near entrance of Waterpark, and in green building near concession by the lazy river.