The beginning of Summer in Great Falls is always marked by the opening of the Electric City Water Park. Starting this Friday June 6th the park will be open from Noon to 6 p.m. daily and until 8 p.m. on Wednesdays.
The whole family can keep cool and have fun with attractions like:
- Flow Rider – Surfing and Body Boarding Fun
- Lazy River – Chillin’ and Floating around in a tube in a slow moving river
- Power Tower Plunge – two amazing wild & winding slides that start from a tower 20′ high
- Mitchell Pool – the largest heated outdoor swimming pool in the state
- Squirt Zone – largest children’s water play structure in Great Falls
If your are not into water but would like to soak up some sun, the park also has large grassy areas, shade trees, and a party deck.
No need to bring lunch, concessions like Burgers, Hot Dogs and Drinks are sold on site.
Entrance Fees vary with different packages and passes. You can find a complete breakdown here.
Located at 100 River Dr S right along the Missouri River.
Today, our family took a drive to Holter Lake, MT, so that Doug (Broker/Owner at ReMax of Great Falls) could hang marketing banners on a waterfront home that is For Sale. Warm temperatures, blue skies and a breeze made this a perfect spring day to work outside. Check out the photos on www.holterlakehomes.com
You can also receive information by contacting Doug Maas at 406-868-6053 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our family headed out to the mountains to take advantage of the fresh snow that fell over night. Any kid will tell you that sledding with daddy is one of the best things about winter in MT.
The 3-5 year olds attending GFGA Pre School experienced Hibernation Day 2013, today. The kids studied Grizzly and Black Bears over the past month, learning lifestyle and habitat info. In preparation for their “hibernation”, the kids wore their pajamas to school and brought along their favorite bed time toys and blankets. Moms and Dads supplied the hibernation goodies. The day ended in the “bear cave” in the dance studio.
This is my family enjoying the best chocolate shake in town at Fuddruckers. Bring your wallet, they aren’t cheap. It’s a worthwhile splurge once in a while. And they do have pretty awesome hamburgers, fries and onion rings with a great topping bar.
Rodeo Day 2013, was a huge hit with the kids and parents at GFGA. The kids, ages 3-5, made stick horses and wore their western wear to school. Families were invited to watch the events in the school’s gym. Riding, knot tying, roping, barrel racing and bull riding topped out the rodeo events. Smiles, laughter and cheers for their teammates made the day extra special. This is what we love about GFGA: you make learning fun for our children and family.