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The Reef
1801 Majestic Lane
Billings
MT
59102
Tel: 406-839-9283

Where are we going today?

Are you ready to make a SPLASH on your next family day out? Just head to The Reef Indoor Water Park in Billings, because there is something pretty special about it. Do you know what it is?

Well, it's actually the LARGEST indoor water park in the entire state of Montana - in fact, it's as big as a football field! We hope you are ready to be impressed!

The Reef is where kids can climb three stories up, then blast down the Barracuda Blaster, or take on the Tropical Twister, before you shoot into the plunge pool below!

The Reef is where you can ride the 3ft waves in the 55,000 gallon wave pool, and imagine you are out in the big, blue ocean! If you want to relax a little, how about taking a dip in the 20 person hot tub where the water is always 102 degrees?

Perfect for when that Montana weather isn't going to plan!

You can also try something new at The Reef - every heard of water basketball? Why not give it a go - you might be an expert at it!

For those little ones in the family, The Reef has them covered too. They have an interactive playhouse designed JUST for them, with tunnels, squirt guns, slide, mini tubes, and yes - a dumping bucket - watch out!

With tables, family space, and a cafe, there is plenty to give you that COOL family day out in Montana - so let's make that splash!

 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$14.95
  • Children$12.95 (Under 48")
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2017

When can we go?

Check their calendar online for hours before you go!

Year round

I'm Hungry!

If you're hungry check out Ripp's Cafe; it has an assortment of food, pizza, hot dogs and novelty ice cream..

Any Top Tips?

After 4pm, the admission is $10.95, and only $5 for spectators (where you can still use the hot tub!).

Doing our bit

Life vests are available free of charge, but based on availability.

Need a little extra help?

If you have questions about accessibility, just speak to staff!.

Baby Facilities

A family restroom is available.

Can I get one of those?

They have gift shop items for sale, and lockers for rent.

More information

They have party rooms for birthdays if you want to celebrate in style!.

What people are saying?

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    Roasted Prime Rib cooked perfectly however it was bland, Carimari, so chewy like chewing gum! you basically paying extra for the view.

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    The restaurant's view is spectacular and the food is really good too. Definitely a place for Sunday brunch with the family.

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    Confused by the positive reviews. This establishment is a contender for Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares; unappetising (horrible) food and a strange unpleasant scent (cat wee) in the restaurant. You're so limited for places to eat around here but I wouldn't recommend this is you were starving.

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    Best Sunday brunch in the area! Friendly, prompt service. GREAT prime rib. Great view of the backside of the rainbow harbor.

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    me and daddy love it ther we sweem after snd the boose ofcorse

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