Waterslides 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 to H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get an adult day pass for ages 13+ (up to a $24.99 value).
- For $10, you get a child day pass for ages 3–12 (up to a $19.99 value).
H2Oasis’ indoor water slides, pools, and ample amenities allow visitors to embark on fun, aqueous adventures unhindered by chilly winter winds. Three- to four-foot waves crash against a beached boat in the wave pool, where swimmers bodysurf and see whose fingers prune the fastest. Splash-dispatchers rocket down a trio of slides that includes an open flume and the Master Blaster water coaster, which barrels swimsuit-clad bodies through 505 feet of swift current. Tubes loll along a 575-foot long lazy river that twines around the park, unwinding stress and lulling inflated donuts into a sense of sea-monster-free security. At the children’s lagoon, youngsters burst into sea shanties while aboard a pirate ship with seven slides and four water cannons. Changing rooms with showers ease transition between wet and dry, and food and beverages (not included with today’s deal) keep internal power plants fueling the fun.
H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark
In a steady procession, waves rear up to 4 feet high before collapsing and delighting waders with blasts of spray. Unlike ocean waves, these aren’t governed by the moon, and they don’t crash against a beach. Instead, they rhythmically rise and fall in the wave pool at H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark, which stays open year-round and is the state’s only indoor water park.
Outside of the wave pool, park visitors can find watery solace floating down the 575-foot lazy river with its gentle current. For a higher-octane experience, the Master Blaster water coaster rockets riders through a splash-filled adventure much safer than riding a scooter into the shower. And when it comes to entertaining the younger set, the four cannons on the park’s pirate ship evoke intrigue on its waters, and the placid children’s lagoon gives tentative youngsters a haven for safe play.
Huffman / O' Malley
1520 O'Malley Rd.
Anchorage, Alaska 99507Get Directions