The largest outdoor water park in Minnesota is reopening for the season on June 5th. After being closed for the 2020 season, the popular summer attraction in Coon Rapids is ready for fun once again.

Bunker Beach Water Park is part of the 1,700-acre Bunker Hills Regional Park, and will be open every day through Labor Day, weather permitting.

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Admission to the water park is based on height, and what time of day you'd like to visit.

Regular Admission:
Guests Over 48" – $16 per day
Guests Under 48" – $14 per day
Senior Citizens (Age 62+) – $14 per day
Guests Under 18 Months – No Charge

Twilight Admission (after 4 pm):
Guests Over 48" – $12 per day
Guests Under 48" – $10 per day
Senior Citizens (Age 62+) – $10 per day
Guests Under 18 Months – No Charge

Lockers and wave pool tube rentals are also available for a few extra dollars.

There is also a fee to park at the Bunker Hills Regional Park, daily use vehicle permits can be purchased for $6 at the park entrance. If you plan of visiting multiple times you also have the option to buy an annual pass for $30.

At the waterpark there are water slides, a newly renovated wave pool, a lazy river, an adventure pool for the little ones, and much more, making it the perfect (and affordable) day getaway for the family this summer. And if you're looking for a summer job in the area, BUnker Beach is hiring for lifeguard positions, apply here by May 28.

Start planning your trip, and don't forget the sunscreen!

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