Water parks in California A Fun-Filled Day for the Whole Family!

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History Water Park


In 1966, Knott’s Berry Farm opened up a small water attraction called The Beach. Fast forward to 1989 and The Beach was renamed Knott’s Soak City U.S.A., and it boasted an ever-growing number of slides and attractions. Nowadays, there are 23 speed, tube and body slides as well as a 750,000-gallon Tidal Wave Bay wave pool that’s open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. There’s also Gremmie Lagoon where kids can play in their natural surroundings with manmade structures like sprinklers or water cannons. Parents will appreciate the high safety standards, one-of-a-kind amenities and large variety of food choices at this family destination.
So pack your swimsuits and prepare to have fun!
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The rides and attractions:


water parks in california is located in Buena Park, CA and boasts a total of 23 speed, tube and body slides, plus a 750,000 gallon Tidal Wave Bay wave pool. There is also Gremmie Lagoon which is a hands on water playground for younger kids and families. With all this it makes the perfect day trip or summer vacation.
The best part of the park is that everyone can have fun no matter what their age or skill level. For those who prefer not to go down the big slides there are plenty of other activities to choose from including wading through the log sluice and bouncing on an inner tube. Younger kids will love jumping in to splash around at the Gremmie Lagoon’s fountains and even having tea parties with friends.

The facilities:


A spacious parking lot with close proximity to the water park makes it easy to find a spot. The front entrance is accessible from street level, so you don’t have to worry about climbing stairs or ramps. Once inside, you are greeted by a friendly staff member who will direct you towards a ticket booth and lockers (you can rent one for $5 or bring your own). You are also able to purchase food, drinks and souvenirs in this area of the park. Once past security, it’s time to start enjoying yourself! There is an arcade room on your left where you can win tickets that can be redeemed at prize booths around the park. Next up is Gremmie Lagoon with its toddler-sized slides and slides built just for little ones. One thing I love about this lagoon is that there are no waves, making it perfect for those parents who want to get wet without having their kids get knocked over.

Tips for a fun and safe day at the Berry-Floati Water Park:


There are a few things to keep in mind when visiting Berry-Floati, with safety being one of the most important. First, be sure to wear appropriate water shoes. Second, don’t make any sudden moves and always hold on to a spotter. Third, if you feel at all dizzy or get motion sickness, go to one of the first aid stations for assistance. And lastly, drink plenty of water throughout your visit to prevent dehydration—you’ll be glad you did! As we were leaving the park, I asked my little brother how he liked it. It was awesome! he said as he flung himself into the backseat of our car and fastened his seatbelt. I want to come back here again!

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