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The Cove Waterpark

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The Cove Waterpark

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4310 Camino Real, Riverside, CA 92509-3456
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Karen F wrote a review Jan 2019
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The kids had a wonderful time. The rides are awesome. There are various places parents can sit and relax.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Robyn R wrote a review Jun 2018
Redlands, California20 contributions17 helpful votes
We are season pass holders, 3rd year. The water has always been clean when we have come. It gets crowded even at opening time so I would advise getting there early. You can buy multiple locker tokens at once so you don’t have to stand in line each time you visit. Season pass holders can skip the inside line which can be long, and instead enter through the back parking lot gate. I can’t speak for the food because we eat elsewhere. There have been some bug problems in the outside family restrooms, I would advise the larger bathroom with individual stalls. I did let the staff know and hopefully they took care of it, bugs are creepy! Overall a good deal for a pass.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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MomPT wrote a review Sep 2017
Riverside, California3 contributions
Have never had a bad experience at this community waterpark. It is geared toward small children 2 to 10. Small waterslides except one larger one. Lap pool for those that can swim without water wings or life vests. They have cabana's you can rent for the family. You can bring your own chairs. Lounge chairs fill up fast so get there early before it opens. They have service for food if you rent a cabana. You can bring a small cooler in but they will charge you since food is available for sale on site.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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MaDonna M wrote a review Jul 2017
Riverside, California1 contribution11 helpful votes
We bought 8 season passes (2 sets of 4) and only used each pass once. FIRST VISIT: The first visit was an ok experience, the water in the little lagoon was slightly murky, but the lazy river was nice. Now, of course being teenagers, the lifeguards were more interested in each other than the visitors’ safety (luckily nobody was harmed). Also, the outdoor grill had flies all around it and we couldn’t enjoy our food without flies trying to enjoy it with us (gross). SECOND VISIT: The second visit was not so good. The lazy river was dirty with wood chips in it and the little lagoon pool was so murky that you couldn’t even see the bottom (disgusting). Of course, again the lifeguards were in their own worlds, but that was to be expected, I guess. Whatever, the kids had fun, right? Nope, not whatever. ILLNESS: A few days after the visit, my mother, sister, niece and nephew each began getting sick. HIGH fevers, throat infections, rashes, the kids with blisters and peeling skin… it was horrible! They had contracted hands, foot and mouth disease from the waterpark. Now, this is not normal for waterparks unless it is not properly maintained. Hands, foot and mouth is contracted at waterparks when their chlorine levels are not properly maintained (horrible). Even worse, the lifeguards were visibly sick on the job! CUSTOMER SERVICE: I have been trying to contact the waterpark about this issue for over a week and cannot seem to get a manager on the phone. I contacted their corporate office to which I got promised an email days ago. I have been told that the manager will call me back multiple times and she has not! The cove waterpark definitely has horrible customer service, poor management skills, and even worse water maintenance. This totally saddens me because it was a great waterpark the previous years that we visited.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Adventurer261721 wrote a review Jul 2017
Alta Loma, California10 contributions1 helpful vote
Great place not too crowded.. Renting a cabana is worth the $. If you don't rent a cabana Arrive early if shade is important.. Food was pretty good. Lazy river is perfect for the adults while kids play! Will definitely return.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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