Andy Alligator's Water Park
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11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
We went for my daughter’s birthday last year and saved a lot more than the offers Andy Alligator’s has on their website! We had family from Colorado and Kansas that joined us and we all had a blast.
Very awesome experience for the kids
The park is small and not a lot to do. My 6yr old was board after an hour and a half. They charge way to much for what is offered.
We had so much fun! Kids loved it!
The manager is amazing, first of all. The other employees less so, and the business principles are strange. We travelled from Wichita KS to meet local friends at this water park. It was an overcast day but we were told the park would remain open unless lightning was close enough to justify shutting down for safety, which is fine. What wasn't fine was that because attendance was low on that day we were told within an hour of arrival that they would be shutting down the bar. I had planned to order from the bar the length of our stay. Then our kids were hungry so we went to get them a snack and were told the concessions were closed because they "weren't making enough money". So not only did the kids have zero options to eat, but they also weren't able to refill their drinks (which we paid an upgrade for upon arrival to unlimited refills). There wasn't even access to bottled drinks from the souvenir shop, for the same stated reason; they had let their employees go home. So we were there for 4 hours without access to the amenities. The kids had fun though, but this is a ridiculous way to do business. It's not OUR fault/problem if the park isn't making enough money. And even so, there should be at least someone there with authorization to give us basic concessions. The manager I spoke of previously was learning to be a bartender when I chatted him up and he gave me an extra drink for free since they were closing the bar, which was very nice. He went home after that so there was no way I could talk to anyone with authority to fix our issues. We received rainchecks upon leaving (and yes, even though it wasn't lightning, they closed the park early due to attendance) but since we live out of state, I don't see how this will be worthwhile. I'd hardly stake another road trip to take the chance of getting kicked out of the park early again, or not having access to concessions. If you're going to run your business in this shoddy way, then at least allow guests to bring in their own food and drink. That was the most ridiculous experience I've ever had in any family fun park.
We love this place and look forward to the Groupon offer every year.
It was ok. Not as much fun as I thought it would be. The water was nasty and hated to get in it.
From Our Editors
Andy Alligator's Water Park—next to its dry-land counterpart, Andy Alligator's Fun Park—laughs in the face of heat waves with its map of maritime attractions designed for cooling down on a hot day. The Riptide Racer's towering structure sends splish-splashers rocketing down colorful slides on their stomachs, while thrill-seekers cajole their buddies into two-person tubes before shooting through the spirals of the Banzai Pipeline. Island-themed walkways and slides festoon the play space at Cowabunga Cove, and the Paradise River lazily flows in a loop for relaxing tube rides and slow-motion reenactments of Speed 2: Cruise Control. Snorkels Café and Grill serves a menu of burgers, pizza, and sandwiches to replenish the energy spent by drenched diners.
Andy Alligator's Water Park