Does this place qualify as a waterpark??? A lazy pool, a kiddie area, and slides? C'mon. We paid 55 bucks to enter for a family of three (our son is only 2 and we had to pay the $15 charge because he was taller than the limit, but couldn't go on the slides because he wasn't tall enough). Go figure. The park is located in the middle of nowhere, with not much shade besides the pavillion at the cafe- the food there wasn't bad and was pretty reasonable but the line was insane and the wait for our meal was the same. If you go, please wear watershoes or face your heels being burnt at the end of the day. There are no other resteraunts in the area, but you can bring in your own icechest. My husband and I dubbed this place ""Trashway"" due to the atmosphere and location. We spent $70 total, and were at the park for about two hours. We covered the whole thing in five minutes.
Pros: Good food at the cafe
Cons: Hot pavement, not enough attractions for the price