At the Sun Splash Family Waterpark in Cape Coral, you can test your nerves on the Electric Slide, a Kelly green five-story ... More
Sun Splash Family Waterpark
At the Sun Splash Family Waterpark in Cape Coral, you can test your nerves on the Electric Slide, a Kelly green five-story twisting tube slide, or you can relax and catch some rays on the Lazy River. Other attractions include Cape Fear and cable drops. There are water playgrounds for kids, and volleyball and video games for non-swimmers. Have lunch at the Calypso Cafe. The park is open from mid-March to mid-October. Admission is $9.95 for adults, $7.95 for kids. Parking and lockers are extra.
It is expensive for what you get. If you love water slides, then it would be worth your while, however if you're more of a low-key water person, you'll want to leave after your first hour there. One of the many unfortunate things about this waterpark is that there is no really large pool so everyone jams into the tiny main water area. They bring their lounge chairs into this pool, which makes it incredibly packed and awkward to manuver. The lazy river is actually more fun to go down without a tube. At any given time there will be 5 times more people without tubes than people with tubes and because of this it gets extremely dangerous and ridiculously packed. Paying for parking is an unnecessary cash grab for the location that it's in and the locker rental fee is also just another cash grab. The one positive is that the lifeguards actually do pay attention and take their job seriously. The food was ok priced considering it was ok food. The pools were clean, but the washrooms were grungy. It got really busy around 1pm or so making the park less enjoyable than it already was. This was when it filled with teenagers who travel in large packs, diving, splashing and since there is no other place to go (because the park/pool areas are so small) you get stuck in it.... not enjoyable at all. Overall, I would not return to this park even if it was free.
We had alot of fun the day we went to the water park. It was a little expensive but still I guess it was worth it. We brought our one year old and he seemed to have fun in the tot spot. The slids we fun too. The only thing i could say is to make it a stroller friendly.
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