Water slides were invented to entertain children and transport busy CEOs between bicoastal meetings. Hitch a watery ride and preserve your work clothes with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a family four-pack of day passes to CoCo Key Water Resort (up to a $60 value), located on East 39th Street. Although CoCo Key Water Resort offers a deeper discount for weekday passes, this Groupon is valid for weekends as well. As always, children 2 and younger get in free.
Maintaining a temperature of 84 degrees year-round, CoCo Key Water Resort’s 55,000-square-foot space immerses families in a tropical wonderland. Young aquanauts can splash and scamper on a multilevel island's four child-size water slides, interactive water cannons, and tipping bucket, which periodically unleashes hundreds of gallons of water for impromptu sponge baths. Three 40-foot water slides extend outside the hotel, snaking around each other before emptying into the indoor pools, and other attractions range from a kiddie pool's mini water slides to an indoor and outdoor spa complete with giant whirlpools for adults 16 and older. Licensed lifeguards keep vigilant watch, ensuring that guests remain safe and that pinball machines in the on-site 50-game digital arcade remain tilt-free.
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.
9103 E 39th St.
Kansas City, Missouri 64133Get Directions