We went to the waterpark during a Friday morning/afternoon and into the evening during the first week of school. We expected some lines and found none at all. We "bounded" up the stairs 8 or so times with our kids (4 1/2 and 6) to experience the slides. My daughter (4 1/2) loved the Sonic Boom and my son (6) loved the Nose Dive. I liked the Tail Spin. The wave pool was great for the family, though some of the waves were a bit much for my youngest. She took a tumble and scraped herself . The lifeguard was at her side within 30 seconds, escorting us back to first aid to give her an ice pack and a bandage. I can't thank them enough for the immediate and thorough attention.
My kids spent several hours playing in the kids play area and in the leisure pool. The kids loved the little slides in the area, the water features, the water cannons and the big bucket of water that pours down every few minutes. My kids aren't the strongest swimmers yet, so we used one of the provided life jackets when they were in the pool(s). We expected to stay a few hours and ended up staying about 6. My kids liked it better than Great Wolf Lodge.
The prices were good. I've read several reviews that think the prices are a bit much. We paid $120 for the park, $9 for the locker and $24 for lunch (hambuger/fries/dink per person). For a days worth of fun, I think the value is good.
The only thing I would do differently is to wear shoes or water socks when I could. My feet are feeling a bit sore this morning. The floor has traction (good for not slipping which left my feet sore..
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