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“bored on a sunday afternoon and had two water park choices and choose this one big mistake”

Signal Bay Water Park
Ranked #9 of 38 things to do in Manassas
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Owner description: Small waterpark for under 10 set with Lazy River, shallow depth, slides, canons, pirate ship structure, etc.
Reviewed June 23, 2013

after paying and having the front staff measure my kids and checking us in. just ten minutes after being there the life guard told my oldest son to get out of the water, was kind of surprised and wondering why? after the head life guard came over and explained we had to leave because my son did not have the proper trunks i was upset because thw two front staff at check in did not properly check the kids. the life guard then proceeded to insult my family and called over a male life guard and he yelled at my son to get out. at the end it was most distrubing that they did not admit to fault and that their staff on working hours and getting paid insulted us. last time we visit this pool, besides getting at the werid stero type looks of being latin we didnt feel the staff friendly. we will next time have the proper trunks and visit splashdown. and no refunds were given.

11  Thank fguerreto10
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Reviewed February 25, 2013

I love this waterpark and I think it is excellent with children. I believe the price is great and the pass is worth it.

1  Thank Mellissa M
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Reviewed January 27, 2013

This was a nice find - a small water park tucked away in quiet Signal Hill park, more of a local hangout than the normal mobbed water park. During the day, drift around the lazy river in inner tubes, or take young children for a cool dip. Great for adults or kids. Mon-Th there's inexpensive water walking against the lazy river in the late afternoon for the health conscious. Reasonably attended even when sweltering heat in July drove everyone to the water.

2  Thank TwinkleTravler
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Reviewed October 26, 2012

It's not a bad "drop in" spot for a summer day, especially if you go towards evening when a lot of folks are heading home for dinner and toddlers- preschoolers have had enough. Kids of any swim aptitude can enjoy the splashing area which is about a foot deep and there are lots of non-scary slides for kids who are just learning to navigate a pool and want to slide without ending up in 5 feet of water. There is a pirate ship with water features and various climb-on water features. There is a lazy river for older kids and parents and a lily pad obstacle course for older kids. There isn't as much to do as Atlantis right down the road, but the younger age features keep out the riff raff and the swarms of kids that can knock out the younger ones. Wish the pricing was better for a County facility, but if you bring your own picnic and drinks (you have to eat/drink in the snack bar area only) and avoid the typical pool food, you will find that $6/per person is not bad if you spend a few hours and get the kids outside.

3  Thank gracegarden
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Reviewed June 1, 2012

Great for lil kIds. Their online rules say "cooler are permitted" but when you get there with a cooler they say not allow. Some workers there are extremely mean but some are nice maybe becaz they are high schoolers. Overall it's great for family with kids under 8.

2  Thank Dominicsmommy
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