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Safari Joe's H2O

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4707 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114-2104
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Let’s Roam is the #1 app-led scavenger hunt company. Walk to all the best landmarks and hidden gems, answering trivia questions and solving challenges. Work with your team or compete against them, as you learn new facts and create memorable experiences. Let’s Roam Scavenger Hunts are great as an everyday activity, or for bachelorette parties, birthday parties, corporate team building events and more! Each player chooses an interactive role, with challenges varying by person.
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Breanna S wrote a review Aug 2019
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma14 contributions1 helpful vote
Was more than I had expected! Enjoy myself on literally every attraction at this park while watching the animals in the distance. Food was not that good, I was expecting a fair corn dog lol did not happen
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Date of experience: August 2019
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TamiMacTulsa wrote a review Aug 2019
3 contributions2 helpful votes
Visited Safari Joe's H20 for the first time since Joe took it over from the old Big Splash that I grew up with. SUCH an improvement. Very clean, well staffed and friendly employees. The new rides and animals are great additions. Lots of options for eating and snacks. I appreciated the attentive life guards at the wave pool and the constant attention from supervisors riding around on the golf carts. There were no shenanigans that I observed, just a lot of kids & adults having fun. Food was surprisingly decent and typically priced for amusement parks. My only complaint would be the condition of the wave pool surface (needs a repaint) & the main bathrooms @ the front of the park (the only ones we visited) are in need of a remodel. My tips for ensuring a great visit: ~Read all the rules and information on their website before you go. There are great tips there! ~Take an empty Yeti-type cup and they will fill it with ice & water for you at the main snack bar for free. ~Wear water shoes (chacos, slip-ons of some type) because the concrete can be VERY hot! ~Go during the week... we went on a Tuesday & it wasn't crazy crowed. (It is August too so I'm sure that was also a factor for the light crowds.) ~If you plan to go more than once a summer, consider buying a season pass early in the year when they first offer them...it's a great deal!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Shawn C wrote a review Jul 2019
73 contributions10 helpful votes
Took my 11 year old daughter here for an activity while visiting Tulsa. She was very happy with the experience. Not nearly as large as say Oceans of Fun in KC, but still enough attractions to do the job on a hot summer day. Wave pool functioned as it should have, slides, lazy river, etc. The only complaint is something the park has no real control over...the concrete was so hot it blistered my feet walking on it for a few hours. That's just a temperature/climate issue. Lockers are available as are tubes to rent. We stayed for a few hours. We went on Sunday, and the pricing was discounted. I will make a suggestion, however. At time of opening, there were masses of people forming "lines" with no clear indication of where one should go. After waiting in a line and progressing foward for about 15 minutes, it turns out we were in the wrong line (season pass line) and were sent to the very back. I wasn't thrilled about this. There were no signs or employees directing the flow of traffic.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Jay W wrote a review Jul 2019
1 contribution10 helpful votes
Yesterday, our kids were at Safari Joe's and witnessed a young girl (10ish) getting beat up and kicked in the head while her attackers friends cheered her on. Not one employee helped out, nor did any adult come to break it up. There weren't any Safari Joe's employees there to help her. Later, we found out her mother picked her up and filed a police report because a video was taken by a kid standing there watching it all happen to her. WE WILL NEVER GO BACK AND WE WILL TELL ALL THE PARENTS WE KNOW TO STAY AWAY UNTIL THEY FIX THE PROBLEM! THEY OBVIOUSLY DON'T HAVE ENOUGH EMPLOYEES THERE TO KEEP OUR KIDS SAFE!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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robsem1973 wrote a review Jul 2019
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma10 contributions17 helpful votes
I hadn’t been to this park since it was Big Splash many years ago. I was Impressed will all the changes. My two young nephews had a great time and enjoyed all the attractions and animals. Snacks and drinks are also reasonably priced compared to other parks ($3.00 for a small alligator ice, $1.00 for chips). The park was clean and well kept. I’m glad Tulsa has a great place like this for kids.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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