|Address:||2900 Glengarry Dr, Kettering, OH 45420, USA|
|Working:||Closed Closed Closed Closed 4–8PM 12–8PM 12–6PM|
This place seems to be in dire need of some education about the American Disabilities Act. Thus far Ive heard of them denying a girl with a prosthetic leg and a girl with small life saving diabetes devices on her body from going down their water slides (can you imagine the horror at being told you must remove your leg to go down the slide? And what was she supposed to do had she removed it? Was she supposed to climb all the way back up the stairs (with only one leg) to the top of the slide to retrieve her leg at the end when she was done?) Abdoutely ridiculous. And as for the young girl denied with an Omnipod insulin pump and a CGM on her body (these are small life saving medical devices for Type 1 diabetics). Both devices are designed to be waterproof, endure even rough contact sports, and *do not come off* unless needing to be replaced. So requiring that they be removed to go down the slides is straight up descrimination and makes no sense since plenty of other water parks around the country allow such devices. Management refused to be educated and wouldnt listen to any of the above information. Appalling.
Too many rules and very overcrowded. Its also expensive. We visited yesterday and will no longer be going back. Bad customer service. Adult swim is called every 45 minutes and lasts for 15 minutes. They close the pool at the drop of a pen. They should have a limitation on how many people they allow to be in the park, because theres so many people that its not enjoyable. The snack shack is also overpriced and the food is less than mediocre. I paid $3.00 for a stale slice of pizza that tastes like something I could have bought as a package at Kroger and cooked in the microwave. The hot tub isnt open to anyone under 18, and the lifeguards here are constantly on you blowing whistles. The facility also discriminates against non-Kettering residents by charging extra in order to get in.
I would give zero stars if possible. I am outraged that a young girl with type 1 Diabetes wearing a insulin pump and a continuous blood sugar device, both waterproof, was told she could not go on any slides. This girl has a autoimmune disease, it is nothing she ate, nothing she did, but must live with this horrible disease until there is a cure. Denying her access is outright illegal. Its blatant discrimination. Please boycott this park. Discrimination at a supposed childrens place for fun is not ok. Imagine if theirs were your child. Outrageous!
Discriminating against a child with a life threatening disease is unacceptable. My child with type 1 diabetes has gone down hundreds of slides with her life saving medical equipment attached to her arms and not once has she been told no. Its outrageous this water park refused to let a type 1 diabetic child go down a slide because of her insulin pump! Im actually very understanding of those who need education of type 1 diabtetes, but this parks response wasnt even close to wanting to learn, understand, accept, and change.
This kid friendly water park is great as long as you dont have a medical condition. In that case you are no longer allowed to be a kid and instead must grow up in a millisecond and learn to hide the pain and shame associated with being discriminated against for something completely out of your control. Shame on you adventure reef waterpark and your ignorance and inability to educate yourself. Insulin pumps and cgms are designed to be worn in water so kids can always be kids. Its a novel idea I know.
Discrimination against a type 1 diabetic child on rides!!! Never go to this place. They are awful and their management team is demeaning, arrogant and clueless. If you run a waterpark and are in any type of management position you should have basic knowledgeable in differnt types of diseases that children suffer. If my t1 child can get through security to get on an airplane Im pretty sure they can go on a water ride at a waterpark. Ridiculous.
This place needs to educate themselves on how illegal and morally wrong to discriminate against anyone especially a child for having medical needs. To tell a child to take off a waterproof medical device that is ultimately keeping her alive is disgraceful. You not only ruined her day but you upset a whole community of people that have to live with this horrible disease every day of their life.
This water park is discriminatory. They refused to allow a Type 1 diabetic little girl to wear her pod/pump and CGM while on the slides. They told her she had to remove them. These are MEDICAL DEVICES and cannot be removed!!!!!! ABSOLUTELY DESPICABLE!!!!! The staff need to be trained on the law and what it means to discriminate. Shame on you!!!!!!!
As a mom of a child with a disability, I was horrified to hear of this park not allowing a child with type 1 diabetes to ride their water slides with a small unobtrusive patch insulin pump. When they went to management about the legalities of this, they were dismissed without the dignity of discussion. This park needs to be educated!!!!!
First off the pricing is outrageous given the fact that Its a very modest set of pools and way overcrowded. Most of the pools are designated for the slides. The facility is marketed and geared towards children, but not child friendly. Every staff member I came into contact with was rude and incompetent. Overall, a terrible experience.
i havent went het but i was wondering what time it closes im sure i will love it there but i was also wondering how tall you had to be to go down the slides and i know they have a indoor and outdoor pool but im asking questions about the outdoor pool so if anyone would like to write me back i will be more than happy thank you!
Not happy, I stood in line for 15 minutes til it opened at 12:00 only to be told I couldnt get in til 12:30 because Im a non- resident. First of all were paying double to get in and the money goes to kettering so why do non-residents have to wait an additional 30 minutes to get in. I think you need to rethink that rule, js!
I was so disappointed to find out a young girl was refused access to the slides due to a medical condition. Her insulin pump, a life saving device that can not be removed and will no way interfere with park safety disqualified her from the attractions. My glasses are more of a hazard then her pump. This is also illegal. I
Is it possible to give 0 stars? If so that is what I am giving. This waterpark is not ADA compliant and discriminates against diabetics! They refused to let a child, a BEAUTIFUL little girl, enjoy a waterslide because she was wearing her lifesaving insulin pump!!! They are a disgrace! Heartbreakingly disgusting!
This park refused to let a young girl with Type one Diabetes ride a slide because of her insulin pump. The insulin pump is water proof and unable to be taken off. How dare you! Its illegal and the poor girl was mortified. She lives a difficult life as it is and you would not let her be a kid and ride a slide???
Discriminating place!!!! Asked a type 1 diabetic child to remove their life saving insulin device AND another child to remove their prosthetic leg!! Are you kidding me!?? DO NOT TAKE YOUR CHILD HERE!!! No sorry or acknowledgment by management or anyone. Rude and discriminating. Wont be taking my kid EVER!!!