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1 ratings1 reviews
February 5, 2020
Cashier was rude, we didn't use it the day on the pass, but it was clearly stated that it was worth face value. She acted like it was an hassle to use them. Even though we used it on a day that was less than face value, we were told they would take them this one time. We should have been offered the difference if it was face value. No where to change where you could sit down other that the shower room.
Staff was rude the entire time there, like they did not want the job they had. The place was freezing and unclean. Bathrooms and showers had trash all over them. The food was a ridiculous wait for something that should of only been a few minutes. It was our first and definitely last time there.
This place used to be great for the entire family. The hot tub area has been cemented in and replaced with birthday parties. No towel option if you aren't staying in hotel - would be nice for the "gift shop" to sell towels for those who are in desperate measures or even have a towel rental fee. Snack bar didnt open until almost noon. Mold on shower curtains. Most staff is clueless about operations
Kids had an absolute blast! They were under-staffed in the kitchen. It took twelve years to get food, the staff were all teenagers, but the place was super fun and the kids had the time of their lives.
Prohibited items: glass containers, coolers, ice chests, food, and beverages
Lockers available? yes
Free admission for children under 2
Wristbands are required for anyone entering the water park
Promotional value expires Dec 21, 2019. Amount paid never expires.Valid only at listed locations. Subject to water resort capacity; please call ahead for capacity for day of visit. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Not valid with other offers or promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About CoCo Key Water Resort
Prompted by the nod of the lifeguard’s head, the intrepid swimmer takes a deep breath, closes his eyes, and bravely flings his body into the dark confines of the Barracuda Blast. The slide’s gushing flume speeds its intrepid passenger down covered loops and twists until it spits him out unceremoniously into the warm waters of the pool below.
The largest indoor water park in Kansas City, boasting a host of aquatic activities along with nearly 1,000 feet of water slides including the fearsome Barracuda, CoCo Key unleashes the inner merpeople of kids and adults of all ages. Stationed along the pool and at each attraction, licensed lifeguards keep their eagle eyes peeled to ensure the safety of their guests as they play water basketball or engage in leisurely floats down Adventure River. Nearby, a zero-depth-entry toddler pool serves as a merrymaking haven for children less than 48 inches tall, and a sun-drenched outdoor tanning deck enables visitors to bask in skin-browning rays. To prevent growling stomachs from interrupting watery romps, crews of chefs bustle about CoCo Key’s dining facilities, whipping up culinary sustenance for hungry swimmers.