|Address:||281 Fawn Meadows Dr, Linn Creek, MO 65052, USA|
|Working:||10AM–6PM 10AM–6PM 10AM–6PM 10AM–6PM 10AM–6PM 10AM–6PM 10AM–6PM|
Blue Star Mama2017
Spent this past Sunday the 25th there with our grandchildren and a great day was had by all. Its not a huge water park but its well laid out and for the most part the young people that work there are pleasant and professional. Yes, some of them were overly strict in the areas they were watching, but keep in mind that theyre kids and kids probably making $10 an hour. I had a couple of comments from the lifeguards about lifting up my feet when I as going down the Lazy River, but i just smiled and said okay, okay. We were told by our friends that it can be crazy there on super hot days but if you get there a little before they open at 10 am to get a good parking space and stake out some good seating, youre golden. ~There is a big picnic area where you can go out and eat lunch with your family if you dont want to spend big bucks eating inside. There is a basketball court out there and the families out there were having lots of fun. ~There are private cabanas for rent for the day, about $55 but if you have a big bunch of folks who need and want shade, this might be a good way to go. ~Otherwise, there are PLENTY of umbrellas, chairs and tables, lounge chairs etc to use IF you get there early enough. ~The bathrooms were fairly clean and the food we did purchase there was okay. ~No food is allowed inside although we did bring water bottles and snacks for the toddler but werent obvious about taking them out. ~There are free life jackets about for babies and toddlers scattered about in different areas. ~If you cannot find a place to put your stuff down, look down around the not so populated areas, over the bridge at the lazy river etc. There are many, many places to catch some shade if you need it. ~Bring sunscreen, a hat and even a sun shirt if you need it. The rules say no street shorts allowed but I wore my black shorts with a bathing suit top and had no problem....as were many people and little children.
Disappointed, they are overly controlling about things like the lazy river- have to be on a tube. And tubes are inadequately marked youth/adult given how intense the tube slides are, if you are big/tall or at all heavy the tube thing becomes detrimental. (The rapid slide felt unsafe compared to other parks- very short and intense- was impossible to stay seated. Felt like the website was totally misleading about what was available to do. You could free play in wave pool and kid area but other wise felt like it was overmanaged or felt like it wasnt well managed safety wise (tubes all the same color). Definitely catering to one clientele. No food or drink allowed brought into the park. Tubes for anything other than required rides had to be rented. Will hold out for Schlitterbahn next time. Fun for teens and folks expecting to pay for everything. This was one stop one a week long trip for us, not a destination in and of itself and Lake of the Ozarks and Osage Beach have MUCH better to offer.
First, basing this review on a weekday visit, I imagine the weekend experience is a bit different. It would have been a 5 star review other than the entry price. Not the cheapest place for a smaller than average water park. The positive to it not being the largest though is we felt comfortable with our 7 year old going around on his own and with his big brother and just coming back and checking in after a few slides. The slides they have are fun lines werent bad for us (Tuesday). The wave pool is one of the more active wave pools Ive been in (breaking waves). The smaller kid section didnt look too large. A true positive is they dont gouge you on the food and incidentals. A hot dog, chips and a drink were $6.75. We had to buy a suit and it was only $11.
I have been here 20+ times since it is the closest water park to us. We always have a season pass. I just wish you got more with it. Drinks are way high for this area they have two fountains by the entrance and bathrooms and that is it. Tubes for the wavepool also cost extra which is kinda sad. The food is good and staff is great. Most of the pools are concrete and are repainted every year but I see a chunk of it floating around everytime I go and it can hurt your feet if you arent looking for it. But the water is always crystal clear. So ya its a smaller hometown water park that is great for familys just be prepared for these hicups.
We had went there yesterday for our sons birthday. It was our very first time being there, and We got the Ultimate package. I cant express enough on how GREAT everyone treated us. All the employees were very nice. Katelyn the supervisor was so supper sweet. She had everything all ready for us when we had got there. They even had wished my son a Happy birthday on the sign we we arrived. It was def worth every penny. And we will for sure going to be coming back. Thank you again so very much for everything you had done for us. Cant wait to see you all again.
This place is amazing. Water is clean, there are multiple pools like the wave pool the activity pool and there are multiple slides. Pools are of all different depths. Wave pool does get a bit crazy the closer you are to where the waves begin. Tickets are usually $60. And to rent floating tubes it is $8 for a single and $12 for a double. You get them all day. There are bathrooms all across the park. The lazy river is 2 laps then you get out. Go to the end of the line or go to a different pool. No food is served here
Big Surf? More like little surf. The park is incredibly small the slides are really short. The only enjoying thing was the wave pool and thats sad. The food service needs lots of work, the French fries were good but for some reason they couldnt turn our French fries into a meal if we paid the extra. The service needs work. The part that is also on a highway doesnt look all that great.To get your moneys worth go to white water in Branson or Noahs Ark in the Wisconsin dells. Will not be coming back again.
Was much smaller than it looked from the highway. It pretty much was all that you could see from the highway. Overpriced- I bought 2 bottles of water and they only wanted to give me one cup of ice. Who ever heard of customer service to bring back clients? Crazy that they wanted to charge me $2.74 for a glass of ice water. The rapid ride was cool though, that was about it. I hurt my leg on one of the rides because the pool you got sent into was only 4 feet deep. It should have been a little deeper.
27 dollars to get my 7 year old in and then an additional 6+ dollars for a tube. The food was way over priced, and the park was in bad shape, the floors to the wave pool where chipped and craking. For 27 dollars a child you know they are making enough prophet to maintain the upkeep. If I hadnt got 2 free passes I wouldnt have come and dont plan on it again. Save your money for the lake you could rent a boat for the money you would spend on a 4 person family.