Alligator's Creek opens Memorial Day Weekend (May 28-30). We can't wait to see you at the pool!

Located in Civic Park, Alligator's Creek is one of the finest outdoor aquatic centers in the area with exciting features for all ages. Highlights, include:

  • Three water slides
  • One-meter spring diving board
  • Long lazy river with a zero-depth beach entrance
  • Splash pad for kids of all abilities
  • Floating bridge
  • Interactive water playground
  • Family-friendly whirlpool or vortex
  • Comfortable, modern bathhouse.
  • Large concession stand
  • Swimming pool with multiple lap lanes

This outstanding community aquatic complex offers patrons a choice of daily admission, exciting promotional days and swim lessons.

U.S. Coast Guard-approved flotation devices only, please. Call Alligator's Creek Aquatic Center at 636-272-1626 or Renaud Center at 636-474-2732.

2022 Hours of Operation

  • May 28 – August 21 – Open Noon – 6 p.m. every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
  • Memorial Day, May 30 – Open Noon – 6 p.m.
  • June 27, July 18, August 1 – Close at 4 p.m. for swim meets
  • August 27–28 – Open Saturday and Sunday, Noon – 6 p.m.
  • September 3-4 – Open Saturday and Sunday, Noon – 6 p.m.
  • Labor Day, September 5 – Noon – 6 p.m.

A water play feature for youngsters at Alligator's Creek
Test your skills on our challenging float bridge. Hang on tight!
Relax poolside without missing a single moment, or grab a comfortable deck chair
Catch some air (or practice your belly flops!) with our spring diving board
Take a spin in the exhilarating whirlpool
Shoot some hoops with friends in our spacious pool
Enjoy shaded seating while eating lunch, then dive back in!
Three slides provide plenty of thrills
There's plenty of room and fun for swimmers of all ages
Guests enjoy the longest lazy river in Saint Charles County
Young swimmers appreciate age-appropriate amenities and zero-depth beach entrance
A trip to Alligator's Creek offers all-day entertainment

Admission Rates

  Resident Non-Resident
Child $7 $9
Senior $7 $9
Adult $9 $11

*A Resident Privilege Account must be utilized to receive the resident rate. Please visit the Renaud Center or Parks and Recreation Administrative Office to do set up your Resident Privilege Account. Be sure to be bring your ID and a piece of mail from your current address. Please call 636-474-2732, if you have questions.

2022 Season Passes

Passes are now available at the Renaud Center. Summer memberships save money and encourage the whole family to stay active throughout the season.

  Resident Non-Resident
Family Pass* $250 $295
Additional people $40 $65
Adult Pass (one) $130 $165
Child pass (one) $105 $140
Senior Pass (one) $105 $140
Adult Couple Pass $210 $255
Senior Couple Pass $155 $185

*A “resident family” is defined as 2–5 people living at the same address. A “non-resident family” is defined as 2–5 people living at the same address outside of O’Fallon city limits. See page 3 in the Parks & Rec Guide for additional family information.

Purchase a Season Pass online

Upgrade your Renaud Center membership to include Alligator's Creek!

If you’re a current Renaud Center member, take advantage of upgrading your membership to include access to Alligator’s Creek at a discounted rate. The upgrade can be added to your membership at any time in-person at the Renaud Center.

Family Pass (up to 5) $155
Individual Adult Pass $90
Individual Child Pass $70
Individual Senior Pass $70
Adult Couple Pass $140
Senior Couple $110

Rent Alligator's Creek for your next birthday party or special event. See pricing and inquire about availability now!

Promotional Days

  • June 11 – Poppin' Summer Day – Beat the summer heat by swimming for soda pop in the pool. Soda drops at 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Stay all day for games and prizes!
  • June 19 – Fathers' Day – Dads get in free with child's paid admission.
  • June 26 – National Sunglasses Day – The first 75 guests will receive a free pair of sunglasses.

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403 Civic Park Drive, O'Fallon, MO 63366

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