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    First visit here with my daughter and two grandsons. The kids loved it! However, I have a few observations: First, the website stated absolutely no chairs, outside food or drinks or Brazilian bikinis. We saw all of that. I would have loved to have been able to bring snacks and drinks for the kids–as I saw many mothers do. Will bring in whatever I want to next time. Saw a girl in a skimpy butt-revealing bikini–she was there all day and sitting in front of us. No one said anything to her. Saw people bringing in backpack chairs. Would have liked to have done that, too. They need more shade. We shared a palapa with a few others–good thing we got there early or we would have been out of luck. Enjoyed the experience overall!

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    I like that this waterpark is fun, but doesn’t feel overwhelming. Its pretty small, which is a good thing when you’re taking kids there. I never feel as though they are going to wander too far– get lost– or hurt.Great variety of water slides, lazy river and a pool.Worth checking out.

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    My son saw 2 staff members having sex today this is gonna be a fun talk

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    The summer camp lost my 7 year old boy and NEVER reported him missing! My son was having a bad day due to bullying and walked home (separate issue we took care of) before lunch time at camp and NO ONE NOTICED HIM MISSING AND NEVER CALLED US. Once my son was home safe and sound it took the wave water park 3 days to get back to me. DO NOT SEND YOUR KIDS HERE for camp!!

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    We had a really great afternoon here with our twins (almost 5 years old). Especially because they were allowed to do almost everything (except The Wave itself) which is not the standard in the US. Almost every other place they hardly can get allowed to do anything because they either are to small or to young. Here the life vests are included in admission, which is really good value at $17 for adults and $13 for kids. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The lifeguards were a tad annoying with their exaggerated walking forth and back and swaying their heads in a weird way that didn’t seem to serve any purpose, but that’s about it. Highly recommendable place for families with kids that can’t or won’t do high thrilling rides like most of the big water parks have them.