You and your family members can chill out ideally visiting the Dry Town Water Park. This park opened its gates in the year 2006. The park is a seasonal tourist spot and you can access it from Memorial Day to Labor Day only. The very waterpark is large and there are a lot of features in it that offers unlimited fun and amusement to all the visitors. The significant features of this park are Big Rock River, Rattler's Revenge, Devil's Punch Bowl, Dusty's Mineshaft Racer, The Wildcatter and Little Miners' Camp. The Dry Town Water Park is an excellent party venue too and you can host a birthday party of your dear one lavishly.
How to Reach Drytown Water Park
- Bus 3 to stop - Ave. S & 40th St. E.
Drytown Water Park Reviews & Ratings
Awesome for younger kids. A little pricey but they offer free sunblock which is awesome! Bad thing is the weight lift to go on any slides a larger person can not go on. My brother paid for all his kids and himself yet just stood their watching the kids have fun. I feel anyone over that weight limit bringing their kids should get in free because they can not go on anything..
Spent fun filled day today it this amazing place. My kid enjoyed the big block river the most. All the lifeguards were very watchful for the safety and staff was very helpful. Only thing I would suggest them to improve is the men's restroom cleanliness. Otherwise, I am totally satisfied my visit.
It's a nice place. ~$25/ticket, $75 for cabana all day (11 AM to 6 PM), so a little pricey. Cannot bring food or drinks in, so more money there. Lazy river is nice though too shallow for me. There are racing water slides and floaty water slides. There's also a kids area that is nice. They have free sunscreen around the park, so that's very nice of the park to provide.
Very clean water park. Loaded with lifeguards that were whistle in mouth ready and observant. For instance every 10 feet around the lazy river stood one. If I could give one suggestion it would just be for the water slide that makes you remove all articles including water shoes I would suggest water shoes be the only exception because they do not come off as easy, my son and I slipped on our way back to the line after going down and the pavement was hot. Team members were friendly and helpful.
If I'm gonna pay $20-$30 it better have more swimming activities. It was cute for small children but not for adults other than the slide. The water was too salty.