Choose from Five Options
- $39 for an all-facility pass for four, valid Monday–Friday (up to a $74 value)
- $46 for an all-facility pass for four, valid any day (up to a $74 value)
- $36 for a water-park pass for four, valid Saturday–Sunday (up to a $62 value)
- $29 for a water-park pass for four, valid Monday–Friday (up to a $59 value)
- $16 for a water-park pass for four, valid Monday–Friday after 4 p.m. (up to a $32 value)
The all-facility passes includes unlimited access to the water park, miniature golf course, and batting cages, whereas the water-park pass only includes access to the water park.
Great Waves Waterpark
It’s 1:29 p.m. and the wave pool at Great Waves Waterpark has been calm for nine minutes. The mood on the surface, however, is anything but. An anticipatory energy has been transmitted through the water as sunbathers migrate from the sun deck, giddy youngsters from the various kids’ areas, and thrill seekers from one of the park’s waterslides. The anticipation ends at 1:30 p.m. when three 80-horsepower motors begin to churn the large fans that whip the pool’s 475,000 gallons of water into waves as high as four feet for 10 minutes. This increment of waves—10 minutes on, 10 minutes off—runs like clockwork at the 20-acre facility, which also features dry attractions such as miniature golf, batting cages, and grassy areas for practicing the backstroke.
In addition to offering sun-soaked thrills of simulated waves, the park's Paradise Play boasts 30-foot slides, pogo sticks, rock walls, and a non-aqueous playground area. A faux beach with sand invites revelers to unwind while snacking on a funnel cake purchased from Riptide Café, while a nearby play pool with pint-sized slides lets little riders get into the summertime mix. After a full day of sliding and swimming, guests may purchase souvenirs from the Shark Shack gift shop.