We visited this facility as part of a cruise shore excursion, to learn to cook (then eat!) a three-course Mexican meal, then enjoy the facilities (beach, water slides, kayaks, etc). We absolutely loved the cooking class; the chef and staff were fun and informative, and the dishes that we were taught we simple, but delicious! We really enjoyed this portion. The beach was beautiful, and included an inflatable water feature which looked fun. The waters were crystal clear and comfortable. However, the rest of the facility was fairly small and mundane compared to the major water parks you see in the Wisconsin Dells. Being late August, it wasn't too crowded and so the pace wasn't too frenzied. Near the locker and changing area (at the water slide pool), you could smell the septic system. At the entry into the park, there were the usual touristy shops (jewelry, leather, clothing, cigars, etc.) with the typically vociferous and pushy sales personnel.
All in all, we loved the Mexican cuisine class, and the beach was ok, but if we had to come here independent of the Mexican cuisine excursion, we probably wouldn't have. It is expensive for what they have to offer, and not terribly exciting.
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