Picatinny Arsenal's Frog Falls Aquatic Park opens this weekend

By Eric KowalMay 26, 2023

Brig. Gen. John T. Reim, Joint Program Executive Officer Armaments and Ammunition, and Picatinny Arsenal Commanding General, along with Lt. Col. Alexander Burgos, Picatinny Arsenal Garrison Commander, were the first to take a dip in the installation's Frog Falls aquatic park that boasts more than 520,000 gallons of water adventures.
Brig. Gen. John T. Reim, Joint Program Executive Officer Armaments and Ammunition, and Picatinny Arsenal Commanding General, along with Lt. Col. Alexander Burgos, Picatinny Arsenal Garrison Commander, were the first to take a dip in the installation's Frog Falls aquatic park that boasts more than 520,000 gallons of water adventures. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Jesse Glass) VIEW ORIGINAL

PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. - Picatinny Arsenal's award-winning Frog Falls Water Park will open this weekend. Before the official summer kickoff, installation military leadership made sure the equipment passed an official "field test."

Brig. Gen. John T. Reim, Joint Program Executive Officer Armaments and Ammunition, and Picatinny Arsenal Commanding General, along with Lt. Col. Alexander Burgos, Picatinny Arsenal Garrison Commander, were the first to take a dip in the aquatic park that boasts more than 520,000 gallons of water adventures.

The Frog Falls facility includes two high velocity slides, six 25-yard lap lanes, a zero-depth entry leisure pool, a lazy river, and a child activity pool.

Find out more at Frog Falls Water Park (armymwr.com)

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