Hot summer afternoons in Oklahoma are brutal. To cool off, drop by White Water Bay, the city's favorite watering hole. ... More
White Water Bay Water Park
Hot summer afternoons in Oklahoma are brutal. To cool off, drop by White Water Bay, the city's favorite watering hole. The park is popular with all age groups. Children have an area, called Kids Kove, and big kids can brave the more than 30 rides, including the Acapulco Cliff Dive, Bermuda Triangle and Cannonball Falls. For those not seeking a thrill, take a tranquil inner tube ride down the lazy river or just soak in the sun in a comfy beach chair. The park is open seasonally; check the website for opening details.
Well I thank its a good park.. This Year is tuff on us employees. We don�t even know if we are coming back next year but we try our best to serve you and we will try our best we are sorry for the prices but we are being sold this year and im not saying any thing but when a business is selling a company don�t they up the prices. but we take the heat most of the time for it if you are up set about the prices please feel free to contact Six flags because we are not in charge of our prices we hate charging the amount that we do we thank you for coming to our parks I love the people who come and see us we will work to service you the fastest and most presently we can but sorry for many of problems you customers have and im sorry I hope you come in with a smile that�s what I like seeing and remember take your coolers to cooler storage :D or leave them in the car $6 to store. $20 kids under 48inch and adults are $25 this is with out tax. Tubes are provided for the rides that need them and yes parking is $10. REMEMBER ALL WAYS SMILE :D
Just got back on 7-31-2006. Will go again; however, $10 to park plus entry into the park. You can find in some of the motel magazines a coupon for $$ off. We found coupons on internet for 18.99 per person plus tax entry. Food prices extremely high, we were warned of this before going so we took ice chest. You have to check it in to cooler storage and eat in picnic area but for $6 you can't go wrong. Vending machine drinks were $3.50 ea. Went on a Friday morning @ 10:30 a.m. and lines got longer as day went. Would go on a Wednesday or Thursday next time. Drove by on I-40 Saturday and lines were 2 times as long as they were at same time on Friday. The most negative thing to us having to pay to park and food costs. But, In OKC there are a lot of places you pay to park (ie. Bricktown, OKC Nat'l Monument, Ford Center and Cox Convention Center).
Way to pricey!! We are in Oklahoma City! I paid less for things at Hurricane Harbor in Arlington, Texas just last month and had tons more fun! I am from the Oklahoma City area and took kids to White Water. It is ridiculous to pay $10 to park your car! It is ridiculous to pay $7 for tubes and $7 for locker rental when the lockers are old and outdated! And when there is a sign that says not to keep anything over $25 in your locker! Then what are the lockers for? It would be nice to have something like "splash cash"-a wrist band that is money. Keeping up with cash, your purse and debit cards is a real pain. And the food is very expensive in comparison to other parks! In 5 hours, 3 of us went through about $130! As far as staff-not impressive. They are not friendly or helpful. It is obvious that they are just there for a paycheck! Kids run wild through the park, jumping over chairs, fences and no one calls them down. It is more of a daycare than anything! I feel sorry for the people that are actually visiting the park from out of state. What impression is this making on them! We won't go back, nor will we take friends when they visit us here in the City!
I had not been to White Water in years until I recently took my 8 year old son. All I can say is we went, but we won't be going back anytime soon. Be ready to get your wallet out. It's $10 just to park your car in the parking lot. (even an employee told me it was stupid to have to pay to park) $25 per adult and $21 per kid under 48" tall. Then $7 just to rent a locker to put your towels, keys, phone, etc. in. Lunch was $17.50 for a terrible burger, hot dog, fries, and we split a small soda. The park was less than clean, and the staff was less that pleasant. My son usually doesn't ever want to go home if we go to park, ballgame, etc., but after 2 1/2 hours he told me that he had had fun, but the park gets boring after a little while. If a family of four was thinking about going, my advice would be to keep the +$125 and find something better to spend it on.
Parking is $10- parking pass is $46.95- Double from last year..It is not as if there is Valet/covered or air conditioned parking! I think paying to park is insane.
My pass was also $10 more this year. No I have not been yet, I will be going this week but I imagine there is nothing new this year, yet they still want to gouge us! I do wonder what locker, tube rental , cooler storage and food and drinks will cost.
It seems people always steal our chairs...not this year I have a plan ;-)
Cement is hot, we try to wear sandles or walk fast - can be dangerous!
The kids love it and we do have a great time. We have been the past 4 years or so and I have been going since they first opened way back when...( Parking was free and it was cheaper! Of course there was not as much stuff).
I have heard that White Water and Frontier City will be sold next year. I wonder if they will be bought and reopen and what will it cost next year.
I believe no matter who owns it we will be back!!!
This park was great fun for my entire family. We are members of Big Splash in Tulsa and this park rocks compared to it. This park kept all of us busy for 9 hours before making the trip back home. My only downer was having to pay $qo to park in their own parking lot.
I like that they routinly check their guards with dummies to make sure they are watching. They aren't as big as other parks, but they have all the rides I love. Food is pricey, so don't plan on eating a lot there. I've never had a problem. As for the diapers and spitting, that's part of the guests problem. Don't do it! Throw your own trash away and be courtious of others and we'll all be happier.
I have a season pass for the second year and we love it!!! It is the best value for your money! Everyone who lives nearby it should buy a pass if they love to swim and cool off in the summer time!!! My kid loves the Big Kahuna the best! The Bermuda triangle runs a close second! I have been down the new mega wedgie slide, quite an experience! It is really less scary than it looks but it gives you water blisters on your skin, so be warned. The lifeguards are friendly but playful, they like to joke around with ya . But all in all it is the best summer time place in OKC!! Victoria
P.S. there are plenty of cute male life guards too =))
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