A variety of thrilling water slides, rides, attractions, and special areas for small children are featured at this water park ... More
White Water Park
A variety of thrilling water slides, rides, attractions, and special areas for small children are featured at this water park where you will find "The Ocean," a 750,000 gallon pool that whips up four foot waves and "The Cliffhanger," one of the tallest freefalls in the world where the rider is propelled 90 feet straight down at high-speed.
Not like any big theme park. The wait line is aprox.1hr even if you get a flash pass (additional $15), which is also a rip off because you have to reserve only one ride at a time and your wait time can still be up to 60min and up. The lazy pool has a little water fall but be careful with the rocks they seem to look ok, but are really dangerous (had no warning sign about the rocks); I bumped my knees and now are terribly bruised. The slides are very boring, and are not very safe because most of them throw you in the air, when you should be one with the slide. I'm usually not a complainer, but this park is very overrated, expensive and dirty (expect the women's bathroom). You have to be bored as hell to go.
There were so many people. The average wait in each line was over an hour. So many people in the lazy river, you could not even sit on a float (that you have to rent for an additional $8) and relax. Lockers were expensive- small $13, medium-$16, & large- $19. Everywhere we went around the park smelled like urine. We left feeling very dirty. We will not go back.
We arrived at 915 for a 10am opening. We were the second car in line. In the first 1.5 hours the rides had very short lines. Lines got longer as the day went on, but our Wednesday visit had only moderate lines in the afternoon. Our group did every single age appropriate ride in the park. We went non-stop until about 4:30pm and then did the lazy river and the wave pool. We took a picnic lunch and ate in the parking lot like many other families at about noon. We saw lots of fresh paint and new wood throughout the park. The operators did a nice job all day. I wish it was a little cheaper and was a little displeased that there was a 5 dollar fee to print your ticket at home. If your kids (young and old) have not been yet, visit at least once. We all had a good time.
nice place. Clean, fun, somewhat expensive (but then again what kid place isn't?). My main concern is that the park is run by 17 year olds. They are inconsistent, rude (at times - but most are nice), and detract from the overall experience.
My 3 year old son had to potty five minutes before the gates opened. We asked an employee where the closest restoom was. She gave directions, but her supervisor would not allow us to enter. The employeee told us we would have to go next door to American Adventures. My husband quickly took him next door and the bathroom was LOCKED! By then my 3 year old was close to using it on himself so my husband told him to go on the ground since no one was around. I cannot believe White Water allows their employees to treat people with so little respect and common decency. Anyone who is a parent knows toddlers hold it until the last possible second and then expect to be taken to the bathroom Right Away! White Water needs to do something about this policy so future toddlers won't have to go on themselves or on the ground.
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