I do not write reviews, but this time is an exception. My family and I came to splash country for our vacation this year. We travel to all kinds of water parks and amusement parks. We live less than two hours away from Splash Country. The park is just ok. It is quite expensive for the attractions they have there, and the food is expensive as well. The rides are just ok and the staff is not as friendly as you expect from Southeast Tennessee. You pay $10 to park. One of the frustrating things is they have a new time saver pass that they are trying at Splash Country and if it is successful, Dollywood (amusement park) will follow suit. This made our visit even worse. I do not mind to wait for a ride, but when you have these wristwatches (that you pay $20-$30 for) you get to essentially cut line. We waited over 1 hour for two or three of the rides that was on the time saver list and the same groups of people were able to ride the ride we were waiting on 3 times before we ever got to ride it once. Everyone around us and throughout the park was complaining. Even Disney in all its expense, offers fast passes for free you, just have to go get them. I think one amusement park/waterpark Splash Country may want to visit for ideas to try is Holiday World/Splashin Safari in Santa Claus, Indiana. We drove 5-1/2 hours to get there and I would go again in a heartbeat. Their waterpark far exceeds Splash Country in many ways (which I will not list due to the length of this review). All I am trying to say I was disappointed in this park, and despite how close in proximity this park is to me, I do not plan to return. I hope Splash Country will take into consideration what guest have to say to better serve them in the future.
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