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DryTown Water Park

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Robby G C wrote a review Jul 2020
Toronto, Canada68,039 contributions1,638 helpful votes
The Dry Town Water Park was fun. There were three levels, the highest is the third. This is fun! Kids like this the best! However, even adults like it! A must see!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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eddiecatalan wrote a review Feb 2020
10 contributions2 helpful votes
Dry town is a decent place. But on certain days very long lines and you cannot bring outside food or drinks for the kids
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Deepsteve1 wrote a review Nov 2019
Palmdale, California22 contributions17 helpful votes
Its run by a bunch of teens who are on a power trip, lack customer service skills and are too lazy to walk around cleaning up. That has potential to be a great AV spot but the lack of management there makes it a nightmare to go and deal with the clueless staff. I rather drive to raging waters then drive 5 min and go to dry town.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Tipmore wrote a review Aug 2019
Palmdale, California20 contributions2 helpful votes
Safe for kids and families, but it gets crowded sometimes. The raging river is the main attraction for most people, but water slides are available too.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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WestCoastRestless wrote a review Jul 2019
Central Oregon, Oregon182 contributions91 helpful votes
We visited here to spend time with extended family. We arrived around noon and stayed until closing at 6. We rented a cabana for a half day to allow us all to hang out together. Surprisingly, this is a city park. It is very well managed and the lifeguard staff is always on alert. My youngest (4 years old) loved, no .... got obsessed with, the lazy river. They have the occasional tube to hop in, but most folks just walk or float the river. The water slides are great... kids between 42-48 inches can ride two of the four larger ones. The other two are for those 48" and over. There is also a good sized "Little Miners" area for the small ones with a play structure inside a huge splash pad. Lockers are available to rent for $5/day, although you get $1 back when you turn the key back in, you aren't allowed to bring your own food in, but the concession stand is moderately priced about $7-9 for burgers or a basket of chicken or fish strips with fries.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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