|Address:||9701 3rd Ave, Stone Harbor, NJ 08247, USA|
If your kids are tired of the beach or pool, head over to Island Water Sports for something different. The large inflatable Aqua Park in the bay is always fun. All kids must wear a life jacket to swim, jump, climb and slide for 45 minutes. My son loves being launched off the blob launch pad by the lifeguards. Parents can sit on barstools along the railing to keep an eye on their children. Recommended for more adventurous kids, ages 6-7 and up to teens. It may be too much for the younger ones. Note, the Aqua Park does get crowded at times.
Completely unorganized. Extremely unprofessional. Good luck making a reservation. We tried booking a boat 3 weeks out and over 6 times were were told to call back tomorrow (including 4 days before our date). They didnt have the captains schedule was the excuse. In a 6 hour span (we called at 11am to no answer and then again at 5pm) they apparently booked full our day. When we explained our frustration the owner responded with "we dont want your business" and hung up. Plenty of other places at Jersey Shore.
Rented Jet Skis for 40 minutes and had a horrible time. If youre looking to go ride a jet ski around in small circle for 40 minutes this is your place! But it sure wasnt mine. Not to mention it was extremely overpriced. Workers are also horrible. Theyre more worried about losing their jobs then you having a good time for the money you just spent. Would not go back
The inflatable water park for kids and adults was a good time. It is cash only which is a downside and it is slightly expensive 35 bucks per person for 45 mins in the water park.
Being cash only is ridiculous in this day and age even if you need to just charge a little extra for the service if the business is really so concerned about the 2.75 percent fees
Rented a boat to go tubing. They charged twice for the same rental. They refuse to correct the issue. Never again.
Staff was nice and helpful. The cash only policy was unfortunate.
Jean Marie Hagan
Its amazing everything u can imagine