Waterparks

Liberty Lagoon Baton Rouge

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Liberty Lagoon
111 Lobdell Avenue
Baton Rouge
LA
70806
Tel: 225 923 3202

Directions

The land of Liberty and water is located at 111 Lobdell Ave. in Baton Rouge next to the Independence Park softball fields. You’ll find this between Independence Blvd. and Florida Blvd.

Parking is free. We love that!

Where are we going today?

What if we told you that you could speed down 205 feet of enclosed space, spin and turn through tunnels before landing in a lagoon?  Sounds pretty cool huh?  That's exactly what you can do at Liberty Lagoon Waterpark!

If that wasn't enough, you can try your bravery on the Gator Bowl where you plunge 75 feet down an enclosed tube before dropping into the lagoon below! Even writing it makes us nervous!  

You will go loopy in the purple plunge pool where you travel down 195 feet before meeting your very wet fate, or guide your way through floating barrels, boxes and leaves whilst trying to keep attached to the webbed netting over your heads!

If you want something a bit more relaxing you can enjoy a splash about in the Splash Pad, or for the really little ones there is a nice, fun and safe interactive Water Playground with a large dumping bucket and sprays.  Do you think you can dodge the dumping water bucket for long!?

If you want to stay a little dry for a while, try out the sand volleyball court for day and night use which is another great way to kids to expel all that extra energy, or relax with some food or a book on the pool decking with lounge chairs, picnic tables and benches.

For those serious swimmers there are lap pools to practice your techniques and strokes, as well as wet and dry decks to lounge around on.

Get swimming!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$10 (48" and taller)
  • Children$8 (under 48")
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

May to early August Weekdays 11am - 7pm / Sat 10am - 7pm / Sun Noon - 7pm. August weekends only sam

I'm Hungry!

Unfortunately except for birthday cakes during parties no outside food is allowed in, but you can buy snacks when you're there! .

Healthy Eating!

All of the food available there is baked, and not fried, so you can be happy they are healthier. .

Any Top Tips?

Any kids under 13 must be accompanied by someone over 18. Safety first! .

More information

Weather might change the times so keep an eye on them for the day you are going!.

What people are saying?

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    I'm giving BREC's Liberty Lagoon 1 star, only because I cannot give it 0. The entire experience was far below my expectations for a BREC park. The food was disgusting, the service was poor and it was overcrowded and chaotic. There were several lifeguards spread throughout the facility but they were aloof and did nothing to maintain control or enforce rules. To top it all off, there was an incident when my 4 year old son cut line for the kiddie slide. He was already setting on the top of the slide when the male lifeguard snatched him up by the arm...Read More

  • "Would be a good place to go but..."

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    Would be an amazing spot if they would actually keep the big kids out of the little kids area so us parents and toddlers wouldn't get mauled over, or dig through our bags like criminals before we went in or allow over capacity just to make money...

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"Total waste of time and money"

by AshleyWillis on Dec 23rd, 2014

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I'm giving BREC's Liberty Lagoon 1 star, only because I cannot give it 0. The entire experience was far below my expectations for a BREC park. The food was disgusting, the service was poor and it was overcrowded and chaotic. There were several lifeguards spread throughout the facility but they were aloof and did nothing to maintain control or enforce rules. To top it all off, there was an incident when my 4 year old son cut line for the kiddie slide. He was already setting on the top of the slide when the male lifeguard snatched him up by the arm with one hand and pulled him up out of the slide and into the air, scarring him and causing him to drop his goggles. When my mother confronted him about it, he started yelling at her and saying that "he (my son) shouldn't have broken the rules". I contacted management, they gave me the phone number to the corporate office...I called corporate, they said someone would call me back. So, I went to the corporate office where I spoke to someone who is part of the Liberty Lagoon management team (I'm assuming, he didn't really say what his "title" was). He offered a weak apology, told me he would "watch the tape" and then enthusiastically gushed about the mermaid who was going to be at the park on Monday (as if I would attend, after what happened). Overall, I got the feeling from both Management and BREC that my concerns weren't anything to be alarmed about. There was no sincere apology, no sense of empathy; no indication that anything that happened during my visit (bad service, lifeguards not paying attention and letting people break the rules, A LIFEGUARD PUTTING HIS HANDS ON MY CHILD) were unacceptable or out of the ordinary for BREC's Liberty Lagoon. I will never visit this park, again and I urge anyone who is reading this review not to, either. If you want a better experience, you can visit Aqua Pards in Denham Springs. It's priced similarly but everyone is friendly, the park is facilitated better, the concessions are A MILLION TIMES better (they even have a sno cone shack! Yummy!). It is a tad smaller than Liberty Lagoon but it is so much more fun that this park and it's worth it!

Let me just say here (about the incident with my son) that I am not writing this review because I'm angry that my kid got in trouble. My son was breaking the rules, I was watching when it happened, and I disciplined him for it. I would not have been angry at the lifeguard for telling me that he couldn't go down the slide anymore. More so, if he had picked my son up with 2 hands and handled him with care, I would not be angry but lifeguards in places like this one have a responsibility to facilitate safety and control, not to man-handle little kids.

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