Coco Key Waterpark Omaha Omaha
Where are we going today?
Get cool in Omaha at Coco Key Water Resort, with a TON of water fun for the whole family - no matter what age!
There are a host of water activities, AND super fun slides, that everyone can just make a SPLASH on!
Want to hear some of the very cool activities? How about Parrot's Perch, which is a fun multi-interactve play island great for the younger kids. Watch out for that 300 gallon bucket that dumps water on you every few minutes!
If you want to float for a while, the Coconut Grove Adventure River lets you grab an inner tube and relax - but mind those splashy surprises that you might come across!
For those little water babies, there is a kiddie pool perfect for them. With a zero depth entry and a baby slide, it's great for those little ones under 48".
Did we mention the slides at Coco Key Water Resort Omaha? With nearly 1000 feet of slides, there is certainly enough to keep the entire family entertained!
The Barracuda Blast sends you on a journey of turns and loops (did we mention it's in the dark!?) before you land in their slide pool. A favorite of guests!
So if you're looking to cool down in Omaha, and fancy making a SPLASH in your day, then head on down to Coco Key Water Resort Omaha with the whole family to make that splash happen!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$20 (Over 12) - day pass
- Children$14 (Ages 3 to 11) - day pass
- Free Under: 2 yaeres
When can we go?
Hours vary for general public, so check before you go
February to July.
You can't bring your own food or drink into the park, but there is the Gators Grab & Go where you can get snacks like chicken fingers and pizza.
Any Top Tips?
If you want your own personal space, then why not book a cabana!.
Doing our bit
They take safety very seriously so they have a licensed lifeguard on duty during all normal operating hours.
Need a little extra help?
If you do have special needs, just call them in advance and see how they can help .
Baby bottles and food are welcome - just make sure they are in plastic .
Can I get one of those?
There is actually a redemption arcade, so you can take home prizes depending on the games you play! .
Everyone who enters the water resort has to have a wristband.
What people are saying?
by Joe Rice
We had a great time at the water park and the price for a night with 2 days of splashing was well worth it. The room was nice and well equipped. Be advised though this hotel does not staff enough at the front desk during busy hours leading to long lines (not sure why they dont think lots of families might check in between 2-6 on a Saturday night), and don't even think about trying to feed your kids here. The food at the water park is the awfullest low quality fair you can find, (smoothies were good and the bar was okay). The restaurant in the...Read More
by Alexia Arroyo
We have a family pass and have been disappointed every time. Poorly understaffed, no towels areas of the water park not open, heater broken, etc. Also very dirty. Have seen wet toilet paper, used band-aids, trash cans always heaping full. Unfortunate that more effort is put into what could be a really fun destination in Omaha.
by cali chandler
Best place ever I love it soooo much ttyl
by Roberta Christensen
The website says the water park was open until 10. It closed at 6 on Sunday. During the day, slides were closed until 4, so there was nothing for the older children to do at the park. Rooms were not cleaned in time for check-in, or attended to until late in the day if staying multiple days. Understaffed both at the hotel and at the water park. There is no outside pool. Recommend they offer a breakfast bar, and include the water park in the price of the hotel rooms. Decent facility, but poorly managed.
by Jamie Essman
by Joe Rice
We had a great time at the water park and the price for a night with 2 days of splashing was well worth it. The room was nice and well equipped. Be advised though this hotel does not staff enough at the front desk during busy hours leading to long lines (not sure why they dont think lots of families might check in between 2-6 on a Saturday night), and don't even think about trying to feed your kids here. The food at the water park is the awfullest low quality fair you can find, (smoothies were good and the bar was okay). The restaurant in the hotel itself had no kids menu, and had a buffet going on that was less than inspiring, the breakfast "buffet" for $13 did not live up to your typical free fair of a holiday in breakfast in either quality or choices and the in room internet was abysmally slow. All that being said enjoy the water park order delivered pizza or go to Aksarben Village and bring some cereal and milk to enjoy a great family weekend out.