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    This place is amazing the slides are very fun and not like totally boring and strait I think it would be a perfect place for all ages good for toddlers they could play on the playground you could take middle aged kids for the lazy river swimming and the slides and teens for the slides and the lazy river I personally love it even adults can enjoy the lazy river and slides the life gards are not lazy and the snack bar has a good variaty also the prices are reasonable I would suggest this place to any one with kids or on a date looking for somthing fun to do

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    Amazing Water park love going there in the summer!!!!

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    We visited this water park today, and yes, while it is smaller than many others out there, I took a 15, 12, and two 10 year olds and they had a blast. With a military discount, tickets are only $5 each and we spent about 5 hours there, completely getting our money worth. With it being local, it is just a short ride and well worth the money to spend and afternoon. Two water slides, a short ‘lazy river’ and a water play area, this place is ideal for kids 15 and below, any older than that and they will want to start looking at bigger places like Nashville Shores with larger and bigger rides. I highly recommend this park for a great way to spend a day of family fun!

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    Small local water playground — I wouldn’t call it a “water park” though. We were pleasantly surprised and thought it was the perfect place to take our almost 2-year old to splash around. At a total of $16 for two parents and a toddler, it’s definitely a better choice than larger parks for an easy, cheap, stress-free day out. Nothing lost if she gets tired early and wants to head home (but we did have to drag her out after four hours). I wouldn’t take any child over age 7 or 8 here, it’s geared toward the little ones and there isn’t much for bigger kids to do other than use the two larger slides. As much fun as we had, I wouldn’t drive from Nashville to visit but if you’re in the area and have young children, go for it. Note: you can’t bring food inside the park and the drinking fountains weren’t working.

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    It’s not worth the drive. I live down the road & its very dingy. To each his own though!