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    We recently had my son’s 6th birthday party at the water park side of the park. It was great! The size of the park is perfect for ages 10 and under. You can comfortably let them off on their own and there were plenty of life guards around. The party set up was easy and we had a party host, Kat, who was wonderful. Definitely will look at doing another party here, as well as just coming back for a visit.

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    Andy Alligator was closed today until 1200 for a VIP party. The only indication they gave was when you tried to enter and they apologized and gave you a $5 sorry you cannot come in card. I know it’s buisiness but a business should tell people.in advance about new store hours.

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    Wasn’t quite sure what to expect, based on past family outings to other water parks in OKC, but am happy to report that Andy Alligator’s Water Park was a hit with everyone in my family! 5-stars from my husband, my 13-year old and 3-year old children, and myself…and with the age differences, attitudes, and activity preferences, that’s not an easy feat to accomplish. Park was very clean; workers were helpful and organized; lifeguards were on top of their game. My 3-year old loved the lazy river, and splashing around in the play areas AND the little fountain areas, and my teenager loved the racing slides. My husband and I had a blast too. Not sure if we’d do a season pass or anything, but this place definitely makes for a FUN weekend family activity! Can’t wait to try the Fun Park next time!!

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    This review is for Andy’s new water park. I have a 7 year old daughter who begged me to get season passes after we had been there once. I thought this would be a good deal, but it would require we go at least 5 times to make up for high fee of the pass. However after several hours the second time we were there my daughter came up to me saying she was bored. At first glance there seems to be a lot of things to do, but that is not really the case. There is only 2 big slides, the very small lazy river and the splash bucket area, after she had done all these several times I also was fairly bored. There is no place to actually SWIM, no wave pool or anytihing of that sort, the best you can do is get back in the very crowded lasy river. I also have a 3 year old son, he has even more limited areas he can actually play in, basically a couple of splash pad areas with just some water fountains comming out of the ground and a little slide. He is too scared of the water bucket to go over to that section of the park. The park has real potiential if they would expand it some. However there are a few personal pet peeves I have with Andy’s water park I will share. Number 1 is the conession stand. Even though there are 3 windows for the conession stand I have never seen more than 1 open at time and it can take a while to get up to order. It annoys me they won’t give you straws or lids for your drinks either at the consession stand. I think the excuse I got was that they will ge stuck in the filtres, however if you go across to the other side of the park to the icey and liquer bar they give out straws just fine. Number 2, the lifeguards are totally inconsistant in telling you what you can or can’t do. One time going down a slide they let me go wearing my perscription glasses, baseball cap and wet shoes. Another time a different lifeguard will tell me I can’t go down with my glasses but my hat and shoes are ok, another will tell me I can’t have any of those on, but yet I’ve seen lifeguards go down those exact slides when changing shifts wearing their sunglasses and hats to get to the bottom, so when I see this hypocracy it kind of rubs me the wrong way about the place in general. Number 3, the season pass saves us no time getting into the park, we still have to goto the ticket window like everyone else each time to get wrist bands to get into the park, I hate cattle tagging like this specially when there is no real purpose for it, because once you have your wrist band on it is only ever used to gain entrance into the park. They say it is so you can get back in, ok well ya then I wouldn’t have to wait back in line again for that visit but I already have a season pass, they can’t just do stamps? The wrist bands are not used for determining what ride you can be on, I believe they are also intended so you can put money on them to use at the conession stand but I would advise against this because you can’t get any of the money back that isn’t used. We finally made it to the park for our 5th time with our season passes, the only way I got my daughter to go the last time is with her friends, that did seem to make the difference, but they spent the majority of the time just going around the lasy river. My final words of advice is this, don’t go for the season pass unless you really really know you are going to use it. In the future if they expand the park with more features then it has potential to being a really great place.

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    Very pricey but great service. They offer a great variety of activities.