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H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark Anchorage

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H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark
1520 OMalley Road
Anchorage
AK
99507
Tel: 907 522 4420

Directions

Either listen out for all the fun that's being had, or head on over to 1520 O'Malley Road!

Where are we going today?

H2 GO make a splash with the family at Alaska's largest indoor water park! H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark has a number of fun rides that the whole family can enjoy. It's also indoors - so no need to worry about that Alaskan weather!

Wanting to start off with something relaxing? Then why not take to the 575 foot long river that circles the entire park? Great way to have a look at all the fun that's being had and see what you want to attempt next! The wave pool generates 3 to 4 foot waves which is great for some time to feel like you are actually out in the ocean (But much safer!), and during your time there you can experience the water drop foundation and the beached boat!

Thrill seekers in the family? Then head on over to the Master Blaster! This super fun water coaster is 43 feet high and 505 feet long - so it's certainly not for the faint of heat! Be brave kids!

For those smaller kids there is a super sweet children's lagoon and a pirate ship, complete with 7 slippery slides that all exit into a 12 inch lagoon. Arrrr, the pirate seem real with it's 4 water cannons too!

Love a bit of body sliding? Then for those over 32" and 42" there are two options for you! One is a 150 feet long, and the other is 368 feet long....are you feeling it? You know you want to! 

H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark also offers swim lessons for those water babies who want to improve their techniques - or perhaps experience their first time in the water! There are parent/toddler sessions available. 

You H2Know you want to head on over to H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark - splashing fun! 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$24.99
  • Children$19.99
  • Free Under: 2 years with a paid adult.
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Daily 10am to 8pm in summer. Fall/winter: Fri 3pm - 8pm / Sat 10am - 8pm / Sun 11am - 7pm.

All year round but closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Teachers corner

There are group rates offered, and make sure you book in advance if you want to bring the kids down for sport to a celebration! .

I'm Hungry!

There is a cafe on site which serves pizzas, hot dogs, burgers, fries, and soft serve ice cream. Gotta keep that energy up!.

Healthy Eating!

The cafe also serves salads and water, so you can always have the healthy option if you want. .

Any Top Tips?

It's a great place to have a birthday party! There are various levels of packages for you to choose from, so get all your child's friends down to splash through the celebrations! .

Doing our bit

The park want to ensure the water stays clean for everyone, so they do have hygiene requirements. Make sure you help by following their code so they can keep it wonderful for everyone! .

Need a little extra help?

If you have any disabilities, just give the park a call before you arrive to talk to them about your needs. .

Baby Facilities

There are parent/toddler swim lesson options. .

Can I get one of those?

Gift shop on site..

More information

All children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult in the water, and all kids under 12 must be accompanied in the building. .

What people are saying?

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    Better than reviews lead on, I went with my 11 year old son. We had a great time. How can you go to a water park and complain about the stairs? Come on people .

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    You and your kids will probably get an eye infection.

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    I like it a lot but the nasty part is that the floors are ugh and them stars are crazy long. And you have cockroaches but u know..nasty ass hell I'm just saying its fun in the water but when u change its just nasty and i would say,to tear down the place and rebuild this shit like foreal doe. But I'm going today wit friends but i like it doe

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    Entering and buying tickets was the most decent part of my visit. The cost is ungodly given the quality of the park. Upon turning around to enter the park I noticed some rust on portions of the stairs but headed to the facilities in order to prepare for what I hoped would be worth at least half of what I payed.
    The changing/restroom/bathing area was atrocious. Do not expect a private shower, the curtains on the changing stalls do not cover the stall all the way, and the floor is a mess. The facilities in general smelled strongly of urine.I am...Read More

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    I have loved going to H2Oasis for Toddler Time. My oldest child is now too old for toddler time so we took her to the park during regular operating hours for her birthday. I was so disappointed. Is is REALLY expensive to have a family go there. After we got in there and got our things put away we started to look around and try to figure out which ride to go on since that is why we came. None of the slides were going so we asked one of the lifeguards and he explained that they were only opening 1 ride up at a time for about 30 minutes. We didn't...Read More

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by Marina Wallace

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Entering and buying tickets was the most decent part of my visit. The cost is ungodly given the quality of the park. Upon turning around to enter the park I noticed some rust on portions of the stairs but headed to the facilities in order to prepare for what I hoped would be worth at least half of what I payed.
The changing/restroom/bathing area was atrocious. Do not expect a private shower, the curtains on the changing stalls do not cover the stall all the way, and the floor is a mess. The facilities in general smelled strongly of urine.I am dubious about any claim that they clean this area.
Upon exiting to try the park I noticed rut on portions of the metal. There was a long wait for rides which really did not deliver for the wait. I may have missed some but there really were only a few rides, and those water cannons were unable to move which does not equate to fun in my book.
The rides are geared towards young children but the health hazards make it unsafe to bring them there. Toddler time must be a nice way of saying here let me infect your child.
Food prices were horrible and I saw a few roaches.
In short, I strongly recommend not going at least until a health inspector can get in there.

by Kimberly Larsen

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I have loved going to H2Oasis for Toddler Time. My oldest child is now too old for toddler time so we took her to the park during regular operating hours for her birthday. I was so disappointed. Is is REALLY expensive to have a family go there. After we got in there and got our things put away we started to look around and try to figure out which ride to go on since that is why we came. None of the slides were going so we asked one of the lifeguards and he explained that they were only opening 1 ride up at a time for about 30 minutes. We didn't even get to try all of the rides because one of the slides wasn't even opening up for 3 1/2 hours. It was extremely frustrating to be there. I won't ever go back. DON'T ever go during the winter operating hours. It's NOT worth the $ you have to pay to get in!

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