I don't want to think about Summer ending over even put that in the atmosphere at this point. The Boise River will welcome 100-degree temperatures this weekend and across the Treasure Valley.

You still have to concede that Summer is packing bags and getting ready to leave. I get it. The sooner we move through 2020 the better but there are still things to do before the cool air arrives. Roaring Springs has extended and I have your information.

Roaring Springs decided to stay open a bit longer due to the later start with COVID-19. That makes this your last full week before the popular waterpark heads into the weekends only times.

This will be the last Monday as Roaring Springs plans to continue open through the holiday which finds us in the upper 90's and hot! This is great for the special cabanas and covered areas. There is plenty of shade if you've never been.

Roaring Springs will immediately shift into weekends only and that doesn't mean Fridays. They will be open on Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. - 7 p.m. for Last Splash Weekends.

Here's your open hours

  • September 4, 5, 6,  and 7
  • September 12, 13
  • September 19, 20
  • September 26, 27

Roaring Springs will stay open until 7 p.m. for the remaining nights with the exception of Friday, September 4. That night will stay open till 8 p.m.

Super Sale in which I should take advantage of myself. Roaring Springs is doing a late Summer Season Pass Sale that gets you the rest of this Summer and all of 2021. That means you could visit 3 times this year and next year is free. That makes a great Christmas gift even if it's only September.