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OC Waterpark Ocean City

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OC Waterpark
Plymouth Place & Boardwalk
Ocean City
NJ
08226
Tel: 609 399-0483

Where are we going today?

Who is ready to make a SPLASH on the iconic New Jersey boardwalk? OC Waterpark, formerly Gilligan's Island Water Park, is filled with water fun for the whole family. No matter what age, or swimming level ability, or what attractions you love, there will be something for you!

So let's check them all out!

Let's start with that playground perfect for those little ones. The Pirates Cove is where those smaller water babies can enjoy the Lil' Buc's Shipwreck, or try and navigate the lighthouse, or evening play in the palm trees! parents have their own section nearby where you can keep an eye on them, and watch them have a great time!

For those who love a bit more thrill with their water adventure, there are a host of slides at OC Waterpark that you will just love. The Serpentine Body Slide is rumored to be one of the best on the East Coast, and this extreme body slide is a whopping EIGHT stories into the air, before you send yourself down the rushing water.

If you want to enjoy tubes with friends, the Tube Journey offers you double tubes where you can take on the curves, and dips, and eventually taking you to the pool that hovers above the lazy river. You can check out if you want to enjoy the lazy river next from that view - it's a pretty great one!

The Splashdown takes the plunge to a WHOLE new level, and is perfect for those daring swimmers who love that bit more thrill.

Feeling like you need to cool down? Don't worry, because OC Waterpark has non-water activities perfect for you! The OC Air Jumpers let you soar 25 feet in the air, before trying out your flips and tricks, and the OC Adventure Peak is a super fun climbing wall to test those skills!

So what are you waiting for? The fun in New Jersey can't start without you!

 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$31.99
  • Children$26.99 (Under 48")
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

9:30am or 12pm open. Close 5pm or 6pm.

Late May to early Sept

Teachers corner

Why not bring the students for a day of fun in the sun, and getting active! They offer group rates, and can help you plan the perfect sports day for the kids .

I'm Hungry!

No outside food or drinks allowed, but there are kiosks where you can enjoy food and drink.

Any Top Tips?

They love to help you celebrate your birthday, so there are special party packages for you to choose from, for that perfect day!.

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff if you have any questions about disabilities .

More information

Make sure you take sun protection items, like sunscreen and hats!.

What people are saying?

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    This place is insane. I am strictly rating this on our experience. We enjoyed the camping, the spots and being on the river, but the staff are possibly the rudest people I have ever encountered. They basically had us sign a wavier stating, if you do not like us then oh well, get over it. Hopefully you will not have to deal with the woman version of THE GRINCH. She is old and miserable. Sits by the front office talking to her customers, who pays there salaries any way she wants. But don't forget, you signed that wavier and she can do that!

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    Only went here for the day to go toobing. The whole operation is completely unorganized and the staff is downright rude. Definitely won't be returning here.

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    My family, friends, and myself always stay at Gilligan's for Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends, and any other time we're wanting a river trip. They are the sweetest folks on the river, and always let their guests have a great time. In the many, and I mean many, years we've stayed at the Island, we've never had a problem. Sometimes the bathrooms aren't spotless, but we're also their on super crowded weekends so it's totally understandable. We all camp out, have a full set-up, and I mean tents, kitchens, and we even bring our own showers for rinsing...Read More

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    Gilligan's Island, is the worst place every because of very poor customer service, customer respect and the place isn't maintained at all.

    We stayed in Castaway Cabin and had an RV for 4 days and 3 nights and paid a pretty penny because their rates are not cheap by any means. Upon check-in we expected the place to be clean, but the cabin was filthy. It hadn't been swept or mopped, spider webs all over, the sheets were stained, the hand soap looked like old lake water, old food was left on the grill, and the cabin overall was no where worth...Read More

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    Do not choose this place, if your looking to have privacy, party, or have fun! These cabins are for people who have lights off by sundown, do not have friends or guests, and don't have a problem with a dirty cabin.

    The cabin was filthy and their excuse was "it's on the river." But as far as I'm concerned, if I'm paying $350 per night, I don't care where it is, I expect clean, stain-free sheets.

    These owners are crazy! They try to control your every move by driving around on their 4-wheeler and stalking every move you make. It was the most...Read More

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by Brandon C

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This place is insane. I am strictly rating this on our experience. We enjoyed the camping, the spots and being on the river, but the staff are possibly the rudest people I have ever encountered. They basically had us sign a wavier stating, if you do not like us then oh well, get over it. Hopefully you will not have to deal with the woman version of THE GRINCH. She is old and miserable. Sits by the front office talking to her customers, who pays there salaries any way she wants. But don't forget, you signed that wavier and she can do that!

The bathrooms were disgusting. I believe they were cleaned maybe in the 90's but not since then. It is very loud at night, which was expected. Do not expect to be treated like a human here, they herd you in, take as much money as they possibly can charge and shove you into a line. They charge a minimum of $15 a person regardless if you have your own tube or not. I would suggest you stay here unless nothing else is available and if that is the case, I still would not stay here.

by A Google User

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My family, friends, and myself always stay at Gilligan's for Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends, and any other time we're wanting a river trip. They are the sweetest folks on the river, and always let their guests have a great time. In the many, and I mean many, years we've stayed at the Island, we've never had a problem. Sometimes the bathrooms aren't spotless, but we're also their on super crowded weekends so it's totally understandable. We all camp out, have a full set-up, and I mean tents, kitchens, and we even bring our own showers for rinsing off after a river trip. Like I said before, with the 20 or so folks we have camping at a time, we've NEVER had any issues with staff, police, or other guests. If you have, you probably deserved it. My husband and I have stayed at every campsite along River Rd and Gilligan's is the best overall.

by A Google User

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Gilligan's Island, is the worst place every because of very poor customer service, customer respect and the place isn't maintained at all.

We stayed in Castaway Cabin and had an RV for 4 days and 3 nights and paid a pretty penny because their rates are not cheap by any means. Upon check-in we expected the place to be clean, but the cabin was filthy. It hadn't been swept or mopped, spider webs all over, the sheets were stained, the hand soap looked like old lake water, old food was left on the grill, and the cabin overall was no where worth the amount of money that was paid. The worst thing about the stay was the last morning, they rudely entered the cabin without knocking demanding us to get out, bad mouthing everyone in the cabin, grabbing and tossing our things out side as if we didn't pay for our stay. They never mentioned at check in that checkout was at 11 am and the point when they were kicking us out it was only 11:30. We've all stayed at classy resorts to cheaper hotels and never once be treated as if we were not welcomed. This in my opinion should be grounds for closure or some kind of reprimand.

They will charge your guest $5 a day and then kick them out at 7pm with attitude. I wanted to give them 0 stars, but there's no option for that. I would suggest you stay somewhere where you are appreciated as customer; unless you would like being treated rudely.

by A Google User

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Do not choose this place, if your looking to have privacy, party, or have fun! These cabins are for people who have lights off by sundown, do not have friends or guests, and don't have a problem with a dirty cabin.

The cabin was filthy and their excuse was "it's on the river." But as far as I'm concerned, if I'm paying $350 per night, I don't care where it is, I expect clean, stain-free sheets.

These owners are crazy! They try to control your every move by driving around on their 4-wheeler and stalking every move you make. It was the most bizarre thing I'd ever seen. When my brother-in-law came by, they asked him to pay $5.00. We had 12 grown adults but were treated like school children. We stayed up late, had the music on, and were on the porch at 2:00 am, but really is this not what I payed for? I thought this is what people do on the river. Apparently we were at the wrong campgrounds. The owner came by on his 4-wheeler, asked us to turn the music down, and literally 5 minutes later two cop cars pulled up, wow! Like I said these owners are crazy!

The next day we were finishing packing up at 11:15 am. Two ladies of whom we'd never seen barged in the cabin and said, "This is a business, check out is at 11:00 am, chop-chop you have to go." In no proper "business" have I ever seen anyone treat customers in such a way. I've checked out 15-30 minutes late at just about every resort or hotel I've stayed in, and never!

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