Saturday, July 15, 2017
Spent this past Sunday the 25th there with our grandchildren and a great day was had by all. It's not a huge water park but it's well laid out and for the most part the young people that work there are pleasant and professional.
Yes, some of them were overly strict in the areas they were watching, but keep in mind that they're kids and kids probably making $10 an hour.
I had a couple of comments from the lifeguards about lifting up my feet when I as going down the Lazy River, but i just smiled and said okay, okay.
We were told by our friends that it can be crazy there on super hot days but if you get there a little before they open at 10 am to get a good parking space and stake out some good seating, you're golden.
~There is a big picnic area where you can go out and eat lunch with your family if you don't want to spend big bucks eating inside. There is a basketball court out there and the families out there were having lots of fun.
~There are private cabanas for rent for the day, about $55 but if you have a big bunch of folks who need and want shade, this might be a good way to go.
~Otherwise, there are PLENTY of umbrellas, chairs and tables, lounge chairs etc to use IF you get there early enough.
~The bathrooms were fairly clean and the food we did purchase there was okay.
~No food is allowed inside although we did bring water bottles and snacks for the toddler but weren't obvious about taking them out.
~There are free life jackets about for babies and toddlers scattered about in different areas.
~If you cannot find a place to put your stuff down, look down around the not so populated areas, over the bridge at the lazy river etc. There are many, many places to catch some shade if you need it.
~Bring sunscreen, a hat and even a sun shirt if you need it. The rules say no street shorts allowed but I wore my black shorts with a bathing suit top and had no problem....as were many people and little children.