Coco Key Water Resort

3.98 Votes Currently Closed
  • Address: 50 Ferncroft Rd, Danvers, MA 01923, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-9787772500
  • Tags: Water Park, Family And Kids, Resort

Planning for a dinner at a unique place in Danvers? Then come to the CoCo Key Water Resort, and the wonderful ambiance of this poolside resort will make you visit it again and again. The resort is open all year round and is known for its excellent service among the locals and the tourists. The indoor water park of this resort boasts a number of waterslides, a swimming pool, an arcade, cabanas, and on-site dining. The entire place is situated on an area of 65,000 square feet. Plan a visit if you want to have a gala time with your loved ones.

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  • Coco Key Water Resort Address: 50 Ferncroft Rd, Danvers, MA 01923, USA, United States
  • Coco Key Water Resort Contact Number: +1-9787772500
  • Coco Key Water Resort Timing: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm
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  • After reading the reviews, we were not sure about this place. We were gifted a day to enjoy so we went. What a nice surprise, it was a nice place. Not to bad of a crowd, water temps were good and the cleanliness was not your mothers house but was ok for the amount of people and on a Saturday. We did wear water shoes but was not necessary. Would we go again you ask; YES, yes we will return and bring some friends! Great for a cloudy day or next trip when the snow is flying! Thanks for a great family outing.

  • Clean place. The little kids area is adorable and great for a 2yr old. The place is a but packed often because school or summer camp trips. But normally not too many people there. The cost is pricey but worth going even once. Water is warm and there are life guards e everywhere.

  • Great little indoor water park. Definitely smaller than some local competitors, but being able to do a day pass was perfect for my littler kids (4 and 1). Older kids might get bored quicker. No wave pool and small lazy river only open during select times.

  • Stayed at double tree hotel. They have water packages that are close to or less than face value of ticket prices making the hotel stay virtually free. Rooms are spotless and comfortable. The room service was the best, quick (15 min) and food was great. Enjoy

  • We frequently go to water parks everywhere we travel as we love them. I gave it 2 stars primarily due to price. Way overpriced for what you get however unfortunately it is price competitive with other water parks in New England. The 2nd issue is air temp. The water temp was perfect however if they are really keeping it at 85 like advertised it surely didn’t feel like it. The 3rd issue is height restrictions. They have a 48” cut off for the big water slides which is fine. However that left the splash playground with some smaller slides and the little kid area. But due to my two little ones being afraid of the big bucket that splashes every 2 min in addition to the air temp being just too cold to be wet but not immersed in the water, we were relegated to just the kiddie area. But the kiddie area has a 48” maximum height (really not sure why) which meant our oldest couldn’t join her siblings. If you have all little ones (like 5 and under) then you will only have the kiddie pool. If you have older kids all over 48” who are not adverse to the cold then there is enough for them to do. However I would recommend going in the twilight time as it is unlikely you would spend more than 2 hrs and it is far cheaper after 4.

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