Surf 'n Slide Water Park

4.336 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 06:30 pm]
  • Address: 401 W 4th Ave, Moses Lake, WA 98837, USA, United States
  • Timings: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-5097643842
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Water Park, Family And Kids

Surf 'n Slide Water Park in Moses Lake is the only premier outdoor aquatic center in Washington State. It is designed in such a way that people from all age groups can enjoy here. There is a large pool on the premises which is perfect for experienced as well as amateur swimmers. A river dedicated for tube floating and surfing simulator will get your adrenaline rushing. Three slides are great for those who are looking for a little adventure. Surf 'n Slide Water Park is the ultimate place to a fun-filled day with your loved ones. This is a seasonal water park. So, make sure it is open before planning a trip.

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  • Surf 'n Slide Water Park Address: 401 W 4th Ave, Moses Lake, WA 98837, USA, United States
  • Surf 'n Slide Water Park Contact Number: +1-5097643842
  • Surf 'n Slide Water Park Timing: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Surf 'n Slide Water Park: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Moses Lake include Surf 'n Slide Water Park in their plan

  • 52.38% of people start their Surf 'n Slide Water Park visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Surf 'n Slide Water Park

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

75% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Surf 'n Slide Water Park

People normally club together Grant County Historical Museum and Moses Lake First Church Of The Nazarene while planning their visit to Surf 'n Slide Water Park.

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Surf 'n Slide Water Park Reviews & Ratings

  • It was nice, the soda is super expensive, but you can bring your own food in which is good and something I would recommend. It was pretty packed(being the height of summer and all) but I didnt stand in line for anything longer then 5-7 minutes. I especially like the lazy river, it's very relaxing. Plenty of sunny and shady spots to hang out, and tables to set up at to eat. The lifeguards seem to really be on top of things as well, respectfully reminding the kids of the rules and such. All and all a nice little break from the summer heat!

  • Cute little water park. Repairs need to be made around the park. Like on the steps in the kiddie area were badly patched up and falling apart. Bathrooms were littered with garbage. So pick up in there could've been more frequently done. Water was a great temperature. The life guards pulled any inner tube that wasn't perfectly inflated off to the side. Nice touch. I would've been nice not have have seen so much garbage littered around the park. But that seems to be more of a problem with the guests visiting as I saw staff everywhere cleaning up throughout the day. The tacos were delicious! And at a crazy good price! The sandy play area had clean sand for the little ones to play in. Lockers only need a quarter to open them and ours worked just fine. Great place to stop for the whole family to have fun, with pretty views of the water and right outside the water park is a playground.

  • Fun water park! Great for families. You can bring in coolers and food but you will be watched like a hawk. Lots of life guards on duty. Clean park. Very reasonable entrance fees.

  • My son is on the autism spectrum and this gentleman didn't know.. he helped my son try to understand how to balance.. took him about 4 minutes of just standing and talking even though he knew others were waiting.. he was very patient even gave him a second try without waiting in line. Thank you kindly!!!

  • I love it here. You can bring your own food, chairs, and even a canopy. They have food to buy if wanted. There is a place for all ages to swim each area has lifeguards. My only complaint is that the sidewalk gets hot when it is hot outside. So to walk barefoot burns. Especially little ones. They do put a soaker hose on part of it. It can close suddenly due to weather with no money returned.

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