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Natalie P wrote a review Aug 2020
Orlando, United States16 contributions12 helpful votes
Review of: Rapids Water Park General Admission
If you are over 200lbs, avoid the embarrassment and humiation by NOT going to this park. The lifeguards will deliberately embarrass you. On the Raging Rapids ride where it is a 2-4 person ride. The weight of the group of 4 exceeded the max allowed. Instead of dividing the group into 2 groups (2 and 2)the lifeguards told one of the riders- A heavyset hispanic girl (Maybe 200lbs) to get off of the ride and go stand on the scale to get wieghed while everyone watched on in shock. She was completely humiliated and mortified and said nevermind she was not going to step on the scale. The lifeguard told the group the 3 remaining can still ride but they opted out and went to console their crying friend. I called the park and corporate office and was informed that that is their guideline. This is the response I received from them... " We post the number of riders, weight and height restrictions at the front gate, at the bottom of each ride and at the landing of each set of steps to prevent customers from waiting in the lines and then being informed at the top that they cannot ride. Our weight and height restriction policy was put into effect due to customers not being upfront about their weight and height, and injuries occurring. Placing scales, which are calibrated twice a day minimally, and rulers at the rides to enforce the policy, has prevented any more injuries. As an added safety precaution we do reserve the right to verify that a guest meets all of the requirements for each ride. Our employees come from many Ethnic settings so unless your daughter was wearing a sign that said she was a Hispanic female the Life Guard would not know that she was. Safety is the issue not ethnicity. " ....…
Date of experience: August 2020
Mikki K wrote a review Aug 2020
Naples, Florida8 contributions2 helpful votes
Spent $160 for tickets, $15 for parking, $52 at the gate. And we we only got to swim for 2 hours. They pulled everyone from the pool an hour before the rain even came. In the rules it specifically says "NO THONG BATHING SUITS". But it is not enforced. There were thongs everywhere! Rules are not enforced. Signs everywhere about if your not in the water you need to wear a mask. No one was wearing a mask except employees. The kids did have fun. I just wish it was cheaper and the thong rule enforced!…
Date of experience: August 2020
No Passport Required wrote a review Aug 2020
Lake Worth, Florida86 contributions4 helpful votes
Great slides. Not too long wait lines. People were nice. Can be a big pricey especially if you get your own cabana.
Date of experience: September 2019
cassanovadog wrote a review Feb 2020
West Palm Beach, Florida30 contributions2 helpful votes
This is palm beach county's place for epic waterside fun, it went from a little water park with just a few slides to this awesome place, just make sure that you wear plenty of sunblock.
Date of experience: February 2020
Daisy S wrote a review Jan 2020
Miami, Florida4 contributions
perfect place to get the whole family invovled and outdoors! many slidees for the older thrill seekers and perfect slides and designated areas for the younger children.
Date of experience: June 2019