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    If you weigh less than 250 lbs, you’ll enjoy this place… for the most part. If you’re bigger than that, good luck finding something you can ride. On many of the slides, the lifeguards won’t allow you to ride them and will wait until you’re all of the way to the top/front of the line waiting to go down, before they embarrass you by holding up the line, to have their supervisor personally come tell you that you’re too big to go down the slide. So yeah, not overweight-people friendly; you’d be better off at your local pool, because all you’ll be doing is swimming in the pool or the wave pool, if you’re overweight.

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    Drove two and half hours to the park, then after I arrived they closed the park at noon due to rain. No lightning which is understandable, but RAIN. Yes you saw correctly, getting wet at the water park other than the rides it not OK. Just to make it clear it was a light drizzle of rain, all of the walk way were perfectly safe. No unsafe conditions were present when the closed the Park! I mean Nothing. What a BS excuse to close the park. There real reason is low turn out at the park. The park on sunny days if OK, the lines are long, the food inside is expensive, locker rental are outrageous, but this is common for amusement parks. What gave this park such a low rating was the BS excuse for closing the park. Light Rain is not a good excuse at a WATER PARK!

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    Beautiful July day today. Cool water… I have to say it’s been 20 years, and Emerald Pointe is still an incredible place. In college, my wife and I had season passes. The wave pool was in itself worth the cost of admission. Today I took my three daughters with us from Raleigh. Slathered ourselves in sunscreen and had a marvelous time.Yeah, it’s a little pricey from a cashflow perspective… But a 90 minute movie is what, $10.50 now? That’s $7 an hour you’re paying to be entertained. Emerald Pointe was open 8 hours today… 8 hours of movie-going is going to cost you a minimum of $56 per person. Find a coupon online for a $26 day pass, add $7 for parking and $5 to store your cooler because you packed your own lunch (you’re frugal that way because you KNOW amusement park food anywhere is too expensive)… and you’ve just saved yourself quite a bit of money of a good solid 8 hours of quality entertainment.

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    Went to the park to have a bit of fun before the summer ends. Was injured twice on two different rides and despite being visually in distress no one on the staff offered assistance. Attempted to leave and get a refund for myself and my girlfriend who was with me. Received one of the worst stonewallings I have ever seen. Eventually got a refund for my ticket only. Decided to leave and follow up via phone as I was upset and did not want to make a scene. Was refused when I asked to speak to a manager and could only leave a voicemail despite my assurance I would not have a problem waiting. This is the most customer hostile park I have ever been to and I recommend everyone stay away.

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    Everything was Pretty good But the wave pool was sad compared to the other ones like the wave pool at great wolf lodge was great loads of waves at wnet n wild there was one large wave. the slides were great dheep tickets and everything