|Address:||3850 E Ave S, Palmdale, CA 93550, USA|
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I live two blocks from the sign that say welcome to Palmdale, I do every thing in Palmdale, the mall, the resturaunts, the grocery stores, and even Marie Kerr park functions. Yet because I am not a resident, I cant get the 2 dollar off per child discount. I have magic mt passes, and from now on, we go there, its bigger and funner anyway. Its not smart in a struggling economy to tell someone, you pay more because you really dont belong here, Im punished because I am two blocks from the sign...Thats not very savvy business. Thats OK Palmdale, I wil now do all my shopping, dining and water parking in Quartz Hill and Valencia, which is so much nicer any way...you can take your overcrowded dry town, with exactly what the person before me said, no shade, and one bottle water rule, (thats why they call you dry town) and enjoy...We wont go again. Signed...Quartz Hill
Dry Town is a good place to take children during the hot summer months in the High Desert. Yeah. Its a bit smaller than youd like but kids love getting wet and having something to do. The Lazy River is nice for parents who want to cool off and read their fav summer book! Ive read some complaints about the lifeguards. I ask you, have YOU seen how some of these unattended kids behave? I wouldnt have the lifeguards be any other way! They do an excellent job of keeping everyone safe. The only complaint is that yes, some of the staff in the shops arent what youd call "consistently friendly". The park is well worth the money I spent for season passes!
Definitely a good value of you pay attention for discounts. My kids enjoyed visiting this summer. There are two sets of water slides, a playground area, and a lazy river. They have free tubes in the lazy river and free life vests that you can utilize. I would personally plan to not eat at the park as the options are very limited. They have some junk food type snacks and prepackaged subway sandwiches. One big negative for me is that they are very strict on what you can bring in. You can bring in a full dinner to Disneyland but they limit what you can bring in to one small snack for children and one water bottle per person.
Pros: A fun place for kids. Lazy river is decent, slides are short but fun, Toddler area is pretty nice. Cons: The management should control who uses the toddler area - I dont want mine being knocked over by large kids and the occasional bully roaming around - since parents largely let their kids do whatever they want and the clientele largely reflect the local population. Lifeguards clearly hate their jobs. Only about 25 lazy river tubes and they could use 100. Cabana/pavilion rentals overpriced for what they are (a table and chairs with only partial sun blockage). I avoided the food because it looked questionable.
Excelente lugar para pasar una tarde con niños! El parque cuenta con toboganes y una piscina al estilo río. Los precios varían dependiendo de la hora y el día. El website entrega esa información. No pueden ingresar con comida desde el exterior pero tienes la opción de salir y volver a entrar.
Well dry town is a fun place but when your there over 2 hours it gets boring. So I went there this summer and got on the new slides it was very fast pace but the second time I got on then got off I steped on the mat to keep my feet cold . I was waiting for the rest of my group and I sliped on the mat and did the splits. It wasnt a pretty site. I couldnt breathe for a second and my legs were hard to walk with. They were hurting for about 2 months. So if you decide to go to dry town please be safe. Thanks
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I thought this place would be fun. I was wrong. Its called Dry Town for a reason. They drained all the fun out of a water park. The group of Nazi Lifeguards made this place a nightmare. You cant wear goggles in the swimming pool, the lazy rivers water is nasty, the lockers cost $4 to rent, tickets are way over priced for the little they have, and my family and I stood in line for 15 mins at the snack stand and never moved. Please take my advice and so not waste you time on money on this dump.
Dry town waterpark is a great little waterpark for the family. Prices are reasonable.It has a small kid area, multiple waterslides and a lazy river. You cannot take food in but they do have a subway in there. Snacks are allowed for small kids. You are also allowed to leave and come back so you can grab lunch elsewhere.
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Ick! This place is too much money for the size. My biggest complaint is the lounge chair situation. These losers leave their towels draped on them to signify apparent OWNERSHIP of the chair. There should be SIGNS letting these selfish idiots know that unattended belongings dont "hold your chair." Unbelievable!
This water park is smaller than most but what it lacks in size makes up for in crowd size. The wait for most slides is less than 10 minutes. The only downfall is that they have limited rafts for the sides so you have to wait in two lines, one for a raft and another for the slide.
I love Drytown because it is small but still has enough to entertain everyone. Its close to home and never really crowded during the week. Make sure you get season passes when they go on sale around Christmas and they will basically pay for themselves.
Lines werent too long and they let you come and go as you please. Ive been to other water parks that pretty much lock you in there in order for you to buy their lunch instead of going out to some other place for lunch. So that was a big plus.
Decent small water park. They have good deals just before summer starts for family passes. Plan around meals accordingly. They have an understaffed Subway with premium prices. On busy days finding chairs are difficult unfortunately.
Love the Lazy River... I just dont like the hours of operation, they close it too early and it needs late hours on weekdays for night swimming.. And a better priced food court or let you bring your food into an eating area only.
Been going there for a while now. They should really add another slide, as it is starting to get boring now. Luckily they have a few pokestops / gyms nearby. Also, they NEED TO ADD DIP N DOTS BACK!!!
I dont really think this kind of luxury belongs in a town like this, water doesnt belong here, if you want water move to the coast, dont pretend that you dont live in a desert. It was your choice!
Muy divertido, puedes salir a comer y regresar a divertirte. Muy recomendado :D
Excellent place for kids to enjoy during summer vacation. Season passes well worth the price if you live in Palmdale and surrounding areas for a quick (2 hours)trip during the week.
Fun little water park. Theyre not too strict about silly rules. Good for a little kids, older kids and adults as well. Not a lot of slides but still very fun. The river is awesome.
What other fun way to cool off in a burning hot high desert summer day but by splish splashing in so many creative ways with family and friends that Dry Town offers!