|Address:||3401 Calumet Dr, Sheboygan, WI 53083, USA|
|Working:||11AM–5PM 11AM–5PM 11AM–5PM 11AM–5PM 11AM–5PM 11AM–5PM 11AM–5PM|
We werent sure what to expect. I cant say I didnt have fun, but if you are thinking of going on the inflatables, make sure you have some agility and upper body strength. I was able to get on the inflatable with a boost from my hubby. My 11 y.o. daughter needed a boost on some of the things too. There are other things to do too: Kayaking, stand-up boards or just hanging out in the deep in your life vest was ok too. We arrived about an hour after they opened: this is just my observation, but I would have hosed the sand down from the bathrooms. Also, I would have sent staff out with a broom to wipe duck poop off inflatables....thats just me...I might be a little over the top...Also, they only have one shower if youre not a local and theyre busy that would suck. I wouldnt mind seeing showers that I have to pay for like the Wolf River tubing trips that we take every year. We plan to come back next year and my goal is to be able to pull myself up on the inflatables and maybe go kayaking. So, Ill work out.
I would not recommend this place unless you have a child who is not a great swimmer and have tons of cash to throw down the drain. You basically have 3 options when going here. 1) Beach Access Only: 2-3 foot section thats really only good for young kids who cant swim well. 2) Inflatables: Regardless of your swimming ability you are required to wear a life jacket because there are no lifeguards on staff. You have to stay in a corded off section and cant freely swim in the deeper water. 3) Renting a kayak or canoe: still have to wear a life jacket and you cant jump in the deeper water even. If you are able to swim decently then this place has very little to offer besides the inflatables and even then they sell out of spots to go on them real quick.
If you have small kids and dont wish to swim this place is acceptable. but if you are an adult that wishes to swim DO NOT COME HERE. The water is 2 feet deep and they require you to use a life jacket to swim in 3 feet of water. And on top of that. all you here is a loud speaker threatening to call police to cliff jumpers in the distance who are trying to have some fun in water not 3 feet deep for 9 nine bucks. You should go to Elkhart lake for 3 dollars instead just a short drive west. My 2 cents
The Quarry is a great inland lake owned by the Citizens of Sheboygan that was fenced in to cap Beauforts at 2,000 at a time. It is now empty even on the earnest of days, why? It is a very expensive showroom for a Madison area company. If you want a relaxing swim, walk around this tragedy and jump in for free. The lake itself is awesome and right off I-43 Its completely legal to swim in other areas of the lake, even though the signage surveys otherwise.
Great venue for autumn and winter parties. The room is spacious and the view of the quarry and woods brings a unique enviance to the experience.
Its great exercise. Life jackets are required because its 40 feet deep in areas. Snacks are available and at a reasonable price! Summer fun!
Great mountain biking, skiing and snowshoe trails. No pass required.
Great way to have fun with family and friends during the summer
New owners are great! Great beach and fun water park.