The Water is kind of small and good for toddlers. As many other reviewers said there is a lazy river, an open slide and a closed slide, and that's it. We went there with my three sons - toddlers and they had a great time in the Lazy river and just splashing around in the water. Since we reached with only about 2 more hours left for the park to close (but was charged the full price) and the kids were happy just in the lazy river, couldn't try out the slide. They also have tubing facility outside on the river. The place is a bit dated and could do with some sprucing up.
I saw only about 2 life guards there. Water park area is accessible only to paid patrons who get a wrist band. So the grandparents who accompanied us could not come into that area.
There is a changing area with toilets. But saw women using the men's area because there was a line outside the ladies'. Although the ladies at the ticketing were informed on the way out, they did not seem much concerned. Bad customer service.
- Really liked the tubes here. They are closed inside and so kids sitting on it will not slip through.
- the lazy river is not very deep - about 3 - 4 feet. Perfect for toddlers. They can also jump in and out of the tubes.
PS: One of my previous reviews was for the Great Wolf Lodge water parks. The tubes and the lazy river here easily beat what they have in the kid friendly department.
- Only paid patrons have access to the water park area.
- dated and old changing area/ restroom.
- bad customer service
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