Water parks allow you to splash around without having to take that job where you tow abandoned cars out of rivers. Get your feet wet with this Groupon.
$59 for a Water-Park Outing for Four (Up to $109.80 Total Value)
- Four water-park day passes (up to a $21.95 value each)
- 60 arcade tokens (a $15 value) (most arcade games cost one to four)
- Four drinks at the Galley Grill, which is located in the arcade (a $7 value)
Big Splash Adventure
Big Splash Adventure immerses visitors in an environment rich in swashbuckling-themed aquatic attractions, onsite restaurants, and family-friendly accommodations. Under the protection of a retractable roof, the 40,000-square-foot park boasts pools, fountains, and aqueous playgrounds, including a giant water-dumping bucket in Buccaneer Bay and a twisting, enclosed water slide dubbed Pirate's Plunder. In the Palm Cove oasis, swimmers 18 and older can soak away tension or belly-flop regret in the 99- to 101-degree bubbling hot tub. Games covering 6,000 square feet await visitors in the Treasure Chest Arcade, and three restaurants fuel entertainment with steak and seafood entrees, pizzas, and sandwiches. Each room features a 32-inch flat-screen television and wireless Internet, and upgrades can grant guests amenities such as a microwave, refrigerator, and dining area, providing respite after a long day of dog-paddling.
What some people are buzzing about:
93% of 911 customers recommend
“Fun time. Very clean and plenty to do. Acutally we will be going back soon to do more amd have more time but was a good day trip for us. Specially nice since we...”
“Fun time. Very clean and plenty to do. Acutally we will be going back soon to do more amd have more time but was a good day trip for us. Specially nice since we saved some money using Groupon.”
“Kids had a lot of fun but food and drinks are expensive. They have lockers available but they're expensive too. Pack a lunch and the kids will have a great time.”
“Plan to spend the entire weekend. It was loads of fun and there's a lot to do in that sweet little town.”