My family has been here five times over the last six years and we enjoy this park. The rides are well maintained and the staff are very friendly. There are six traditional "lie on your back" slides and two tube-based rides. There's a large splash pool for younger kids and a hot tub for when you get cold. Besides the water slides, there's. climbing wall, carousel, bumper cars, mini golf, and a water balloon fighting area. It would be nice if the water park were a bit more extensive, but it's still ice.
The best things about Big Sky? Waiting in line at the to of the slides is made much more bearable with the warm Montana sun beating down on your shoulders and the beautiful mountains of Glacier National Park gaming your view to the northeast. At the bottom of the slides is a large grassy area with ample shade from large trees. They are absolutely fine with you bringing in your own lunch and food. But note that the food is reasonably priced here: you can get a burger, chips and drink for seven bucks. In fact, that's the thing I most like abut the park: they don't nickel and dime you for things. Everything -- from food to tube rentals to to other rides -- is all fairly priced.
Last tip: you can often get cheaper passes for the park from Kalispell Costco.
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