It’s completely overshadowed by the other humongous water parks in the Dells, but if this water park were anywhere else in the country everyone would think it was great. We did.
We took six adults and six kids ranging from ages 5 to 9 on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. Price was $6 per adult, $5 for kids 5 and under for the water park, plus extra to use the other non-water rides like go carts and such (which we didn’t do). It wasn’t crowded at all, and we never had to wait in line to go on a slide.
For our ages of kids this place was perfect, and they all thought it was great (as did the adults who had a great time even with all the kids). The park had a wave pool, six or seven different water slides, and a kiddie splash park with toddler-sized slides. Staff at the tube rental place was very friendly, although admissions staff should learn how to add and about customer service. Tubes are between $4 and $6 to rent, and lockers are also there to rent.
Several things made it perfect for us. Since it was only open 3-4 hours, there was no whining to stay longer, and by that time the kids were all wiped out anyway as there is plenty to do. It was inexpensive enough to feel like you’re getting your money’s worth if your kids are young enough to not want to go on the big slides. No reason to spend $30+/person (even with coupons) at the bigger water parks if everyone is tired after 4 hours. Those with young children should keep this in mind. Because of the price, we plan to visit it a few more times this summer. I do agree with some previous comments that parties with adults only or older teenagers would prefer other parks.
There were no carnival rides this year, apparently they cut those from last year, but the water park was great.
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