Bedford Parks and Recreation would like to inform you that Roy Savage Pool will be closing for the season starting Monday, August 20. However, Bedford Splash will be open only on the weekends through Labor Day. We hope everyone enjoyed spending their summer with us at Roy Savage Pool and we hope to see everyone back next year!
Bedford’s 2018 swimming season officially begins with the opening of the Bedford Splash on Memorial Day weekend, May 26 through May 28. Bedford Splash will re-open daily through the end of the summer beginning on Saturday, June 2. In addition to Bedford Splash, Roy Savage Swimming Pool at Central Park provides a cost-saving option to cool off from those hot summer days, and will also be open daily starting on Saturday, June 2 for the summer.
Splash includes three different pools: tot pool, leisure zero-grade entry pool, and a multi-purpose recreation pool. Each pool has a unique feature.
The tot pool, better known as "Guppy Cove", has a Tiki boat slide and a friendly crab named Lil' Squirt. "Splash Beach" has an interactive play structure, raindrop waterfall feature, a current channel, a lily pad walk, two slides, and coconut palm trees.
Splash Beach" entry is zero foot to 3.5 feet, which makes this a perfect play area for children and adults. "Snorkel Bay", which is a 6-lane, 25-yard lap pool, features a family slide with a slide-landing zone, and the "Turbo Twister" a Pro Bowl water slide. This pool will be the perfect spot for teens and adults to have fun, play water sports, and experience thrill-oriented slides.
Bedford Splash also offers "The Tiki Hut" (a concession stand), restrooms with showers and lockers, a family restroom, shaded seating areas and a rental party pavilion. Splash's party pavilion called "The Cabana", is available for rental.