Admission to this park is by either renting a unit at Silver Mountain resort, which is apx $225 a night depending on the amount of people, etc., and the rooms are very nice! Another way is to have a large group, such as B-day group or family reunion, reserve without having to stay overnight. The park inside is the best I've seen in the area. There are cabanas you can rent, swim suit spinners to help dry your suits before you leave. There are a food and beverage vendors inside the park and prices are a little high but not out of the ballpark. There is a hot tub and lounge that serves alcohol upstairs and overlooks the water park. The life guards are on the ball and from what we saw very sincere about their position and strive to achieve a courteous and professional persona and atmosphere. The rides are great, I didn't try the surf rider, but those that did had a great time. I would highly recommend this park for young and old. You get tired of the water park, they have snow skiing and other attractions in the area.