Blue Bayou Water Park has over 20 water attractions like the High Water Slide, a triple seven story serpentine slide. There ... More
Blue Bayou Water Park
Blue Bayou Water Park has over 20 water attractions like the High Water Slide, a triple seven story serpentine slide. There is also the Ragin' Cajun twin eight story speed slide, six story Mad Moccasin water slide, CONJA', the world's largest in-line water slide and the tallest & fastest water racer in the world.
This place is the worst place to visit. It is ran by kids. On two time went went with my kids my youngest son was not let on a ride due to being 1 inch to short. he had to have a adult with him. I am unable to ride with him so we started to leave and we watched the kid running the ride load two small black kids smaller than my son. Now this has happened 2 times with me and my kids. I ask the kid and he got real smart with me and I told him he was being racist. This place is the worst place I have ever been to. I would advise people to ealse where. I have season passes and will never go back to the kiddy ran place. The onwers need to rethink what is going on at that place .
its a great park it close to home... you can go there with your friends... on a day that alot of ppl dont go its even funner... the best rides... i love the hot shot,racers,rolarcosters... foods great... i love it and id tottally recommend it iv gonne so many time i cant count...
Went back for our second day free deal, it was a blast the second time! I don't know if you noticed, but in the lazy river there is a funny colored floor in the lazy river, the water is not dirty, the floor only makes it look off color. Prices are a bit much, and you can't take outside food and drink, so be prepared to pay if you are hungry or thirsty. Rode everything multiple times, and I think the workers are under appreciated. They were all very nice, efficient, and helpful when we went. There is a bit of a wait at the rides, but it's worth it. You can't honestly think that there is only one bathroom in the park, they would have been shut down already. There is one by the lockers, one at the bath house, and another by the kids area. They are big. I had a blast here and reccomend it for just about anyone.
We just went for the first time on the 4th of July. Maybe, being a holiday, that was why there weren't any lines...I dont know. The longest line was maybe 20 minutes. And if you think that's long then you shouldn't NEVER visit Six Flags. For that, I was impressed. Water park was great for the most part. We loved the slides, and for my little one, who is under 48 inches, he was able to ride lots of things! The water was dirty though. I was a little digusted with that. I've been to lots of parks before, and never seen water so dirty. The staff was just fine, considering they are kids, probably making minimum wage to sit/stand in the heat all day. No problems there. Prices were average. We definately got our money's worth! I did expect more from the amusement park. It was more like a carnival with a few rollar coasters, than an amusement park. But we still had a great time and plan on getting season passes next year. I do wish, however, they offered family season passes. That would be a great perk :)
It seems that the biggest complait is the lines, especially the lines for admission in the park. This is coming from an Admissions employee who runs one of the entry ticket booths. We work as fast as possible to get the line through, but you have to understand that there's a lot that goes into selling these tickets. If you try to move too fast, you'll end up over charging (or under charging) the guests which causes confusion and frustration on both parties. And also, it's takes a toll on your nerves when guests come in with attitudes and fuss at you about the prices of admission. We know it's expensive, but we don't set the prices. So if we come off as a bit rude, 99.7% of the time, we don't mean it. You may think that this is a stupid teenage job (although the staff who works the admissions booths are generally 18 years old or older) but it's really a lot stressful than it looks.
And as far as the "southern hospitality" goes. We (the general staff) try to help the guests out as much as we can, but the upper management powers are so hard and strict that there's not much policy bending that we can do without getting fired. This is another thing people don't realize. Yes, most of the rules are ridiculous but WE don't set them. The owners do, so take it up with them.
what in the world do you expect from these employees? five star service? these teens are paid below min wage and most of them have to stand out in the heat all day because they are too young for other jobs! also i have seen the way "adults" treat these kids and i have no doubt that if i were cussed and told how stupid i was all day i might get bitter too! however everytime i go i always wear a smile and try my best to be patient with the employees. i have never once had one of them be rude to me! also as far as the free cups and such go that is management's decision and if the employees were to bend the rules they would get in trouble! so remember that the next time your going off on them! if you think you would like to do a better job with that kind of pay by all means go ahead! that being said its a fun park and its a little pricy but worth it especially if you go mon-wed! also season passes are a great idea because you get to see the concerts for free which really pays for the passes themselves!
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