|Address:||1325 Main St, Kaysville, UT 84037, USA|
Great place for the price and really lax on their limitations. I came here with the girlfriend as a spur of the moment adventure and was completely surprised at our enjoyment for the day. Pricing is perfect. The all day passes start to get a little high but most people will either take the half day or Night Rider (after 630 pm) the latter of which is only $6.50! There are also plenty of package deals which include the blasters/ min-golf in a single ticket. Its easy to see how people can come here and make a full day trip out of the small water park, and other attractions. Probably one of the best aspects about this place is the lack of babysitting the facility does after ticket purchase. All food/drinks are allowed other than alcohol (for obvious reasons). The back pack inspection was quick and didnt feel like you were going through an airport security line. They also allow ALL (yes you read that ALL) flotation devices. This includes lifejackets/ floaties/ intertubes. I hope they never change those 2 policies because its amazing to come to a resort which doesnt feel the need to force you into buying their overpriced food or rental tubes. If you dont have inter tubes dont worry. There is only one ride which requires them and the park provides them for free. Another ride requires mats to slide on and they are also provided for free. Its amazing this small facility can get by offering things for free but larger establishments down the road require tube rentals to go on their slides on top of their entrance fees. Kids will love the giant pirate ship which they can climb on full with cannons and the kids pool. Let their imagination run wild. The park also has onsite RV camping (what it started as originally). The pricing for the sites are a little high given how small they are but that is because all campsites get discounted by 10% if you hold a season pass to the resort. Lets be honest if youre camping here youre coming for the other attractions, not to get away from people. I have no idea why anyone would camp here without holding tickets to enter the park. The only reason this review didnt get a 5 star was because despite the fun we had it would have been nice to have a few more rides. Again though for the $13 (we cam at 6:45) we spent we really couldnt beat it.
This is a GREAT location. Fun stuff to do. The Staff are kind of rude and obviously lacking in customer experience and training which makes for a bitter taste if you ever have to deal with them for anything other than handing over money. Not all staff are like this but enough that you wonder if owners really care about what they do. If you stay there dont be surprised if they openly complain about others staying at the park within earshot. Everything is pretty much $5-15 per person to do anything, though, if you want to just walk along with your kids while they play in the swimming park you are paying full price or a "deck pass" along with them, so youd better be ready to shell out for nothing or play along with the kids in full, which is always better. Youd be surprised how quickly a couple of hundred $ disappears there. If you dont take or have kids, its wonderful to ride your bikes around the place or stay in your RV all day. Its a shame about Cherry Hills, it could be the most wonderful place for families but for the staff and owners seemly only wanting to take your money in exchange for as little as possible in return. Maybe one day I might be able to fully recommend, but for now, its a place that is fun with things to do but there is no love from the establishment. Its almost like a Government run Hostel and youre treated as though you are freeloading off the place. I dont think it will change because the popularity is so high that the demand is much higher than supply. It is as though they convey the attitude, "if you dont like it, go somewhere else, there are plenty of other suckers we can bleed dry wanting to come here."
**NOT WORTH YOUR MONEY!!** I was scammed out of my money twice - once at the mini-golf course and again at the pie pantry. It started with a very apathetic (and possibly mute) employee at the mini-golf course turning his back to us because for some ridiculous reason the register is no where near the window which made us wonder if he just disappeared with our money. I dont think he said a word until we asked about being overcharged, however, even then he just read the receipt to us and turned away. The golf course itself is in horrible condition with many of the obstacles left broken or in very poor working condition. The grounds look and feel like they have been left to die - not very inviting! Where there used to be nice water features it is now just peeling paint and dust with a few odds and ends like broken water pipes, hoses, and valves laying around. It is very depressing and unappealing. Staff members have a very apparent lack of interpersonal skills which does not help the experience in any way. All in all you would be much better off going to any of the other mini-golf course in my opinion. At the Pie Pantry when we asked how much the frozen yogurt costs the price given was no where near what we were actually charged. When all was said and done we paid over double what we were told it would be and we hadnt even filled the cups much more than half way. Not to mention many of the frozen yogurt machines were out of order. As for the water park - I have no idea because I have not been to that part of Cherry Hill, but I can only assume the care for that part of the park is no different. We will not be going back.
***VERY Handicapped accessible*** We just had a group event there last night and we had a blast. We noticed when we arrived that the camp sites are all well-kept and the grass is nice and green. The place is spotless! The bathrooms and grounds were SO clean for a camp ground/small water park. We have been to KOA’s where the bathrooms are in bad shape and dirty. The life guards were all really nice and helpful too. Yes all pretty young but when you hear “this is what we are here for” “or it’s no problem helping” it makes you feel good. Water features throughout the park all had clean water! Décor through the park is like the old west, is well kept and very fun to be around. Food is good, fresh off the grill burgers and chicken. 7/8 bucks for a combo. You can also take coolers in. Like I started with the area is handicapped friendly. There is one water slide (more like rapids) that has stairs. EASY work around- my wife and daughter stayed at the top and I came up with the tubes. My only semi complaint is it’s a little pricy for the size. But when you consider a clean, safe, friendly environment and it’s a pass for all day…you find a coupon.
I definitely recommend getting the pricier "all" pass when you go here, since it offers much more to do for the price. The $20 pass to access all the water stuff is pretty good and has most of the entertainment. The water park stuff is honestly not great compared to real water parks, but the difference is in the mini-golf, the Jungle Maze, and the trampolines and rock climbing. The mini-golf was a very fun 18-hole and is probably the most-fun mini-golf course Ive been to. We had an 8-year-old with us who did fine on it, as well, so its not too difficult. The Jungle Maze was much more fun than I thought it would be. It only takes about 10 minutes to get through for an adult, but its still a lot of fun to do with a little kid or slower relatives. The rock climbing wall and trampolines were quite a bit of fun, too. The rock wall was much more challenging than I thought it would be, and this coming from a fairly fit 25-year-old. Overall, a great family park, and you should take advantage of the higher-priced all-access pass to get a full day for your money.