This fun water park features everything families love: an enormous wave pool, a splash pad with dumping bucket, lots of waterslides, a splash and activity area just for babies and toddlers, a zip line, a beach, and more. There’s also onsite dining, so you don’t have to leave the park or head to the car for a cooler to grab a bite to eat. However, it’s important to note that the water park is spread out with the wave pool and two waterslides on one side of the road, with the toddler area and more waterslides across the street. More waterslides and a splash pad are farther down from the toddler area. Although there is a pedestrian walkway under the road so you don’t have to cross in traffic, going from area to area does require a bit of walking, so be prepared to rack up your steps for the day.
The water park is open from May through early September, usually starting at 10 a.m. Actual hours vary based on day and weather conditions. Admission is $41.99 for adults and children 42 inches tall and above. Admission for children less than 42 inches tall, active military and seniors is $31.99. Children age 2 and younger are free. Overnight guests with key card receive admission for $25.99. Admission after 4 p.m. is $30.99 for adults and children 42 inches tall and above, and $20.99 for children less than 42 inches tall, active military and seniors. Season passes and beach-only rates are also available, along with dining-only access in the form of a voucher that is good toward food or retail purchases.