The title says it all. The facility was not big but it's lots of fun. It can get pretty crowded during midday rush but you can spend all day here and get to go on each activitiy more than once. Good for little kids and great that they supply life jackets all over the facility.
There is a lot to do here for older children. While they do have an acitivty area for smaller children, I was not pleased with the fact that older children were allowed to run through their area. Add to this the fact that there are parents that let their children run wild (seriously, at a water park?) and I was extremely uncomfortable and on my gaurd the entire visit. Water safety is a serious matter, and I felt that more could be done to make sure parents were watching their young children in the play area.
On a date or with a family, this is a really neat, fun water park that has been expanding over the years. It opened with just three slides, and now has a mini golf course, arcade, slides, fun games to play and bumber boats. It is just an amazing place to spend the afternoon on a hot, sticky summers day. The prices are reasonable, and the staff is really friendly and considerate towards the customers. The life guards are knowledgable and always look alert and ready to help.
Advertised as "America's Biggest Little Waterpark". If you live close and buy season passes, this is worth it. But at nearly $30 per ticket for adults, this is a very expensive way to spend the day! You can bring food and eat it in the picnic area in the parking lot, but cannot bring food into the park. Can get very crowded during the week with camps.
This small water theme park is a fun way to cool off after a hot hike or a history lesson. Younger folks won’t mind being marooned on Ship Wreck Island or left to wallow in Poly Wog Pond. Older children will enjoy three big water slides, water balloon wars, and the 700-foot-long Crocodile Creek Action River. There’s also mini-golf, minbasketball, pirate-themed magic shows, a picnic area, and a snack bar.