Slide, splash and swim at this great water park with acres of rides for children and families. Shoot down the Jet Scream, ... More
Water Country USA
Slide, splash and swim at this great water park with acres of rides for children and families. Shoot down the Jet Scream, four twisting and turning flumes that send you 415 feet at 25 mph into the pool. Take a break at the Aqua X-treme, the park's high-dive and gymnastics show. Or, perhaps, float down the Aquazoid, the world's largest special effects raft ride that travels through dark tunnels and water curtains with laser images and eerie sound effects. Opening hours vary seasonally - check the website for more details.
This was a total waste of time on our trip we rode one slide after a short wait of about 15 min. & then waited in line 45 minutes on the next one, which was over in a manner of seconds. It was a real flop according to the whole family. Unless you have little ones that do not get to a pool often, do not waste your time. We did enjoy a show that was performed by Olympic divers. So it wasn't a complete flop, we just wished we had spent more time elsewhere.
I went to this park last weekend, the weather was comfortably warm and there were NO lines. I think this is the best time to go, the wave pool is really cool. the rides are fun, and enough to get your heart pumping just a little bit.
its kinda expensive for one person, but much cheaper than busch gardens. would go again definetely!
I went with my parents and i was probably 12 and i LOVED IT!! they have a few family rides, speed slides, an awesome lazy river, bigg wave pool, and VERYY family oriented! it was a blast! we are planning to go again this yr!
the only thing we learned was to bring our own food in a cooler because there food isnt that good! plus you save money
The wave pool was pretty cool and the slides were fun until they became crowded and overrun with unattended children--not cool but I blame this on the parents not the park.
The park was clean and well staffed and certainly catered to the needs of children. Families did seem like they were having fun, which is really all that matters.
The food was horrible. Nothing but fried junk and withered salads. You'd think for a place that encourages people to walk around half naked, they would offer some healthy food options. The food was on par for a Six Flags theme park, not Anheiser-Busch.
We have been to Water Country USA a few times. I last went when my boys were 2 1/2 and 5 and they had a blast. My younger one could go on all the slides with us and he just wore the life jacket. We could all play and not have to worry about someone watching the little ones. It was a great day and we are going back this weekend. It is 2 years later and my older son still remembers what a great time we had. I can't wait!
Every time we go to Williamsburg, we have to go to Water Country USA. We have the best time there. The lazy river is the best!!!! We would recommend this place to everyone! We always go the first week of July which is really packed, but we still enjoy all the rides and the pool, and if the rides are too packed you can always go to the LAZY RIVER!!!! We're going again this summer!!!
I had a great experience while visiting Water Country. It was very fun. I really enjoyed the rides. I would recommend this to anyone. It was worth the time and the money. Although it was a little pricey. I had a wonderful time, even though it was raining.
I liked the fact that there were life jackets avalable for use on every ride and were easily accesible. Also there were many life gaurds on duty which was a comfort.
The food was also good. The staff were very polite and helpful. I can't wait for my next trip to Water Country!
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