If families fail to make regular trips to the water park during the warm months they risk depression, boredom, and a full-blown water-toy rebellion. Keep this summer rebellion-free with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $18 for a four-pack of water-park admissions (up to a $36 value)
- $14 for a child's Aqua Camp July 2-3, valid for ages 10–14 (a $28 value)
- $14 for a child's Aqua Camp July 5-6, valid for ages 10–14 (a $28 value)
Park includes two 3-meter diving boards, two 1-meter diving boards, two mammoth water slides, Lazy River, and children’s playground. The Aqua Camp spans two days from 9 a.m.–3 p.m. and includes water-based activities, water safety, open play, arts and crafts by water-focused leaders, and lunch.
The Springs Aquatic Center
With nearly 1 million gallons of water shared between pools for competition and play, The Springs Aquatic Center—owned by Kansas City Parks and Recreation—houses all manner of freshwater recreation. The leisure-pool complex beckons swimmers with water slides that mercilessly dunk them into the 700-square-foot plunge pool and currents from the connected Lazy River that whisk cares away. A 50-meter competition pool accommodates intense practice sessions and swim meets along its eight lanes, which end in an adjustable bulkhead for snappy kickoffs in races of any distance.
Springs Aquatic Center
Maps may tell you that nearest ocean is nearly 700 miles away, but visitors to Springs Aquatic Center—owned by City of Kansas Parks and Recreation—don't seem to mind. Here, they float down a lazy river, race down a winding waterside, and dip into the zero-depth entry pool. Few beaches pack as many exciting elements into their spaces. The park boasts both relaxing and thrilling rides, while giving kids a chance to get wet above sea level with tipping buckets, mist sprayers, and pop jets.