It's not a bad "drop in" spot for a summer day, especially if you go towards evening when a lot of folks are heading home for dinner and toddlers- preschoolers have had enough. Kids of any swim aptitude can enjoy the splashing area which is about a foot deep and there are lots of non-scary slides for kids who are just learning to navigate a pool and want to slide without ending up in 5 feet of water. There is a pirate ship with water features and various climb-on water features. There is a lazy river for older kids and parents and a lily pad obstacle course for older kids. There isn't as much to do as Atlantis right down the road, but the younger age features keep out the riff raff and the swarms of kids that can knock out the younger ones. Wish the pricing was better for a County facility, but if you bring your own picnic and drinks (you have to eat/drink in the snack bar area only) and avoid the typical pool food, you will find that $6/per person is not bad if you spend a few hours and get the kids outside.
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