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Water Country USA entertains guests with some of the world's largest, greatest, state-of-the-art water rides and attractions, spectacular entertainment, shopping and restaurants--all set to a colorful 1950s and '60s surf theme. Vacation means relaxation, and that's exactly what your family will find at Water Country USA.
All of their pools are climate-controlled for guest comfort. Locker rentals are available in several areas of the park to safely secure your belongings during your visit. More than 1,500 free lounge chairs are available throughout the park for sun worshippers or those needing a shaded break from all of the excitement. And if you are looking for privacy during your fun-filled day, rent one of the private cabanas. You'll be glad you did.
Admission for the 2015 Season is $51 for Adults ages 10+, $44 for ages 3 - 9, and free for children under 3. Annual passes and combo passes with Busch Gardens and Colonial Williamsburg (the Bounce pass) are available, as well as free preschool passes if terms and conditions are met.
Cow-A-Bunga: A 4,500-square-foot pool is the centerpiece of this children's fantasyland filled with unique and interactive water activities, water slides and falls, gushing fountains, water cannons and a bubble area. Make sure to check out the esteemed mascot, a comical cow on skis.
H20 UFO: The park's largest interactive children's play area, H20 UFO offers sci-fi fun with wacky characters, an array of slides, spray jets and a waterfall. This kid-zone also features a ride for parents and children to enjoy together.
Kritter Koral: Tons of fun for the tiniest of tots complete with scaled-down water slides, play equipment and fountains.
Rock 'n' Roll Island and Surfer's Bay Wave Pool are also good for the younger set.
Aquazoid: Join Aquazoid and Super Duck on this dynamic family raft ride with an extraordinary underground finale. Blast through five water curtains as you plunge more than 20 feet per second.
Big Daddy Falls: This white-water rafting trip is the ultimate family adventure. Crash through waterfalls, slide through caves, and get blasted by water cannons as you curve and drop to the finish.
Colossal Curl started thrilling riders in 2014, with a funnel, tubes, and waves.
Jet Scream: Choose your own adventure, then twist and turn down four dynamic slides.
Hubba Hubba Highway: This radical river adventure features a quick current and several action elements. This is Water Country USA's largest attraction, measuring 1,500 feet in length and covering 3.5 acres. It's time to relax as you free float on this river ride through drenching coconuts, water-spraying effects and cool geysers.
Rock 'n' Roll Island's Jammin Jukebox: This slide tower is situated in the park's newest area, Rock 'n' Roll Island, featuring music from the 1950s and '60s. Three body slides - The Twist, The Hully Gully and The Funky Chicken - shoot from the top of this 33-foot-tall slide tower. Not a thrill seeker? Float around the 700-foot lazy river that surrounds a 9,000-square-foot-pool.
Malibu Pipeline: Two totally groovy tubes spin riders through tunnels of fun as they encounter water jets, surprising twists and turns then rush through a waterfall at the end.
Meltdown: This zoom flume gives guests a high-speed ride down this slide's raging waters as guests embark on a three-person "surf-boggan" raft ride.
Nitro Racer: Families and friends blast off in a race to the finish line on this super-speed slide. The ride length of 320 feet takes only four seconds to complete.
Rampage: Ultimate thrill seekers plummet 75 feet aboard "surf-boggans" on the park's steepest ride.
Surfer's Bay: Guests can catch a wave of fun in this wet and wild wave pool.
Vanish Point: Guests are in for the slide of their lives at Water Country USA's newest ride, Vanish PointÃ¢ÂÂ¢. Inspired by the point on a wave where water and gravity form a perfect partnership, this summit supplies two wicked-wet ways to drop out of sight. The crest of this 75-foot tower challenges guests with two wave paths. They can step into a skybox and take a plunge when the floor drops out beneath their feet, or they can get horizontal on a 300-foot speed slide that drops them straight down as soon as they enter. Either way, its pure liquid adrenaline.
Wild Thang: This two-person flume sends guests zooming through cool mists and waterfalls in a tropical setting.
The 2015 Season opens May 16 and closes on Labor Day, Monday, September 7. More information can be found on Water Country USA's website: http://watercountryusa.com/williamsburg