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    Great place. The inflatable slides, reasonable snack bar, and open area. You have to get their early to get one of the lounge chairs both inside the fence and on the outside, however you can bring your own chairs as well. Family friendly and it’s nice to have the life jackets onsite. May need some more slides on the day we went because it was packed. The water temperature was a little chilly but then it was fine. Overall we will definitely be back with friends and family. Hidden gem in the Lehigh Valley.

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    Great Place!! it was really fun for older kids and younger kids.

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    A huge percentage of divers certified in the Northeast have done at some of their open water training at Dutch Springs. For those within an hour or two drive, it provides a great resource for those divers who want to remain current, have some fun, hone their skills, and meet tons of like-minded folks. Sure, there are plenty of well-heeled “island” divers who complain about visibility and the “boring” nature of Dutch, but as someone who has been diving there for over a dozen years, I say one thing: expand your horizons. There are plenty of ways to mix up and vary the Dutch experience — all while improving your navigation skills. My buddies and I typically start with a long loop that starts at the Peninsula, covers the trolley, the deep car, the 6x, the deep hole, the tanker, the island and the Comet — all in a single dive. Then try going from Peninsula to the Cove, and navigate to the Sikorsky and the bus on the way back. Good dives! In short, Dutch allows me to dive regularly without breaking the bank or heading to divorce court! Get a season pass for the next year late in the season, and you’ll make your money back after six trips to the quarry.

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    It’s a quarry full of water for SCUBA diving, and a water park.The diving is interesting and there are a lot of underwater attractions, but if you get there on a weekend, you’ll get to test your navigation skills since it’s very busy and the water is very silty and stirred up.The owners re very compulsive about rules for pretty much everything. If you read their website and can deal with the restrictions, it’s a lot of fun. If you find the rules restrictive, “You’re going to have a bad time”.I’m not sure how to give this any number of “stars” since there’s nothing in the area to compare it to. In the end, it’s what you make out of it. If you go camping and diving with a bunch of friends, it’s a ton of fun.

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    Have been to Dutch Springs several times over the past 2 years. Great experience. The kids had fun, I had fun, the place is clean, staff is great, food is reasonable, water is crystal clear… Going again next week!