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White Water Bay Oklahoma City

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White Water Bay
3908 West Reno
Oklahoma City
OK
73107
Tel: 405.943.9687

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Relaxation isnt all that is offered at White Water Bay. Zip down the largest speed slide in Oklahoma, the 64 ft. Mega Wedgie. For some family fun, leap into the largest family‐friendly raft ride in the state: The Big Kahuna.
Many slides and structures have bright new colors and new gel coating for a faster, smoother ride. Additional private cabanas have been added throughout the park.
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    Where to start...old, dirty, smelly and staffed by people who had the option of asking, "would you like fries with that" or working at white water bay. Thank god there hands are not making my fries!

    I saw some fat kid working at the top of the half pipe ride, telling a guest "that's the rules buddy". The guest was complaining that he had made him weigh both times he rode it. The poor guy weighed less than the fat kid running the ride and I'm surprised he didn't tell him that. But I guess people get conditioned to being talked to like that.

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    The best place ever 2 go hang out with your

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    I love waterparks, however, I can genuinely tell you this is may favorite waterpark in the OK area so far! I loved it. I have a season pass, which works for the waterpark aswell as frontier city, I think. It is around 80$. I loved the rides, even being the coward I am. I had quite an enjoyable ride, however, these are my complaints:

    One of the rides had wet wood. This wood could rot, and since the start of the ride it high up, it could collapse! Not only that, I was close to drowning, and no one did anything.

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    The last time I visited white water was when I was 10 and it has definitely changed for the worst. The entire park is run down (Paint chipping off of the rides, awful smelling AstroTurf, broken down rides, etc). The lifeguards act like working there is misery, they are inconsistent with enforcing rules. I've even seen lifeguards there sleeping at the tops of rides, rather than helping the guests onto the tubes. The food staff was also rude, they did not wash their hands after constantly touching their phones and food. The prices at white water are...Read More

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    Too Expensive.
    The attendent at the ticket booth was tired and didn't tell us that a few of the rides were closed.
    Lockers are $10!!!!
    Showers were HOT! Seriously, SCALDING!!!
    Manager was unfriendly and didn't help us.

    VERY BAD EXPERIENCE!!!
    Go to Dallas instead!

    O! Lines were horrible

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by Jay Driver

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Where to start...old, dirty, smelly and staffed by people who had the option of asking, "would you like fries with that" or working at white water bay. Thank god there hands are not making my fries!

I saw some fat kid working at the top of the half pipe ride, telling a guest "that's the rules buddy". The guest was complaining that he had made him weigh both times he rode it. The poor guy weighed less than the fat kid running the ride and I'm surprised he didn't tell him that. But I guess people get conditioned to being talked to like that.

Overall...save your money, forego your visit to white water bay.

by OriginalMeganPepper

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I love waterparks, however, I can genuinely tell you this is may favorite waterpark in the OK area so far! I loved it. I have a season pass, which works for the waterpark aswell as frontier city, I think. It is around 80$. I loved the rides, even being the coward I am. I had quite an enjoyable ride, however, these are my complaints:

One of the rides had wet wood. This wood could rot, and since the start of the ride it high up, it could collapse! Not only that, I was close to drowning, and no one did anything.

That is all,I have to say I loved it.

by Nancy Summers

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The last time I visited white water was when I was 10 and it has definitely changed for the worst. The entire park is run down (Paint chipping off of the rides, awful smelling AstroTurf, broken down rides, etc). The lifeguards act like working there is misery, they are inconsistent with enforcing rules. I've even seen lifeguards there sleeping at the tops of rides, rather than helping the guests onto the tubes. The food staff was also rude, they did not wash their hands after constantly touching their phones and food. The prices at white water are also ridiculous. It would be understandable if the park was at least clean. Soap scum appeared in the lazy river, and when my son went to go get his ball that fell into the grassed patch near the lazy river, he fell into a sticker patch that required the first aid to come on scene and help him out. The lifeguard laughed at us. It was clearly not a laughing moment as my son was bleeding and in pain. All staff members swore at each other and to themselves. Many of the rides are rusted and smell rotten, and many do not operate altogether. And the kids pool had extremely warm water that felt almost as hot as a bath. And my youngest daughter almost drowned in the kids play area because the lifeguard was too busy staring off and biting her nails. I recommend nobody visits white water if they expect the same kind of experience as any other family friendly water park. This place will never see my business again.

The Weather

Monday

Conditions: Clear
Temp: 61° F / 16° C
Humidity: 36 %
Wind: S - 16 MPH

Tuesday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 69° F / 21° C
Humidity: 43 %
Wind: SW - 27 MPH

Wednesday

Conditions: Clear
Temp: 49° F / 9° C
Humidity: 46 %
Wind: NW - 16 MPH

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