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Sailfish Splash Stuart

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Sailfish Splash
931 SE Ruhnke St
Stuart
FL
34994
Tel: 772 320 3100

Where are we going today?

Sailfish Splash Waterpark genuinely has something for everyone.

Facilities include a beach entry 7,326-square foot water playground full of interactive jets and other features; 2 differing 4 storey waterslides and 1000 ft lazy river ride.

There is 42 inch minimum height to ride waterslides and water playground tube slides.

They also offer competition size main pool and separate teaching pool.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$11.75
  • Children$9
  • Free Under: 3 years.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Pools operate differing schedules which also change seasonally and feature some session types so pla

Any Top Tips?

WiFi on Competitve Pool Side..

Baby Facilities

Sailfish Splash Waterpark's requires children under the age of 3 wear an elastic containment diaper. .

Can I get one of those?

Gift shop available..

What people are saying?

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    My family and friends had a great time yesterday, especially my baby. Unfortunately when the warnings are issued and we have to clear the park, people can be a little bit inconsiderate. I understand the staff has to follow orders or rules made by management but a little sympathy in case of emergency can be given. I had to take my baby to the restroom because he had stool all over that could not be clean on the chair or in the car.We were heading to the restroom to deal with that matter when the warning went off. The guards did not want me to go...Read More

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    I have gone to the park frequently over the last two seasons. The biggest issue I have is with their hours they are open and their concessions. I often go late in the afternoon. They close their concessions at 4:00 PM! I wanted to get a soda and was unable to at 4:15 PM. The park is only open until 6:00 PM. I think if they kept their concessions opened until 5:30 - 6:00 and the park until 7:00 they would do more of the "dinner" business.
    Another problem I have had this season is that their pool has NEVER been open to the public in the 4-5...Read More

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    Upon visiting this waterpark on a Saturday, extreme overcrowding and inefficient service was experienced. The park charged a reasonable admission, although it is a very small park, thus admission is appropriate for the size of the park. There is an extra charge of five to seven dollars to get a locker, which is a bit expensive in comparison to the admission (charge for lock is almost the same as admission if visiting after 3pm). A 30 minute wait was experienced when attempting to ride the water slide. The line was very unorganized, and the lifeguards...Read More

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    Its small and rides suck go to the rapids there the best around here

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    It's small, only a few things to do, but everything could be done by my 8 year old WITHOUT ME! She was able to run around and have fun with her friend and I could see her from where I sat and read, then we'd all do the lazy river together. It probably wouldn't work for teens, but I didn't miss them! Go after 3 and the price decreases significantly.

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by Nicky Simpson

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My family and friends had a great time yesterday, especially my baby. Unfortunately when the warnings are issued and we have to clear the park, people can be a little bit inconsiderate. I understand the staff has to follow orders or rules made by management but a little sympathy in case of emergency can be given. I had to take my baby to the restroom because he had stool all over that could not be clean on the chair or in the car.We were heading to the restroom to deal with that matter when the warning went off. The guards did not want me to go in and clean him up, so my boyfriend instead on the manager.One of them eventually let me go but there was another one in the restroom making sure that we all get out as fast as possible. I ask the guard if I could get some water to wipe the baby of she said no, we have to leave the park as fast possible. I did what I could with the wipes until I got home. My baby and I wanted to wash our hands but we could not, we had to wait until we got home. As I was leaving I notice a lady rushing towards the restroom with her babies. I am not sure if he was management but he was higher in rank than the guards ask the lady where she was going, she told him and he did not hesitate to opening the door for her, but I had to beg to clean my child. Plus we purchase food and it was cold and soggy. I told a member of staff that it was cold and I was willing to wait for a fresh batch. I could see him inside laughing with his coworkers telling them what I said was wrong and playing with it. Other than I had to leave smelling like stool and my food being played with the experience was good.

by Scott Miller

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I have gone to the park frequently over the last two seasons. The biggest issue I have is with their hours they are open and their concessions. I often go late in the afternoon. They close their concessions at 4:00 PM! I wanted to get a soda and was unable to at 4:15 PM. The park is only open until 6:00 PM. I think if they kept their concessions opened until 5:30 - 6:00 and the park until 7:00 they would do more of the "dinner" business.
Another problem I have had this season is that their pool has NEVER been open to the public in the 4-5 times I visited. I have a 6 year old grand daughter that I wanted to have her practice swimming and was not able to access the pools. VERY disappointing. Also, you are not allowed to wear masks, which doesn't make sense. I understand it for the slides, but not lazy river.
The park is clean and I appreciate the family bathrooms that allow children to use while parents can stay outside without fear of someone else being in there with them. (Grandfather - granddaughter).

by Jonathan Putrow

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Upon visiting this waterpark on a Saturday, extreme overcrowding and inefficient service was experienced. The park charged a reasonable admission, although it is a very small park, thus admission is appropriate for the size of the park. There is an extra charge of five to seven dollars to get a locker, which is a bit expensive in comparison to the admission (charge for lock is almost the same as admission if visiting after 3pm). A 30 minute wait was experienced when attempting to ride the water slide. The line was very unorganized, and the lifeguards have no regard for keeping it organized. The line is confusing, as one line is formed to use two slides. The long wait was probably due to the amount of people skipping the line and moving to the top. This problem needs to be fixed if the park wants patrons to return. To say the least, this waterpark will receive no further business from myself, or anybody else who is prudent in the way they spend their money. Management needs to be proactive in their efforts to maintain an efficient atmosphere. Also, the building department of Martin County should re-evaluate the amount of people that may safely occupy this park. It was extremely overcrowded.

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