H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark, Anchorage

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H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark Reviews
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  • Small class, good workout led by certified instructor. MWF 9:00-10:00 a.m. Reasonably priced (first attendance free). Management seems to be correcting some of the past maintenance issues and improvem...  more »
  • We brought our grandkids that we're visiting from Texas, all teens. They had a awesome time! Front desk young lady was very nice and answered all our questions. We had burgers and Hawaiian pizzas for ...  more »
  • This place has more and more stuff not working each time i go to it the price is super high I think to. The wave pool was broke. The hot tub was broke. The 1st slide was broke and the 2nd slide was sh...  more »
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  • A blast! Great for everyone! Easily monitor family activity with open views across park and easy access for crossing. Great slides and attractions, food court, lockers, changing rooms, life jackets and tubes available.
  • This place is disgusting. I’m upset I have to rate it even 1 star to add my review. I will never bring my child back. The “locker room”/ bathroom looks as if it has never been cleaned since opened. There is rust and filth everywhere you turn. The price of admission is ridiculous. You’d think they’d put some of that money back into the business, but that’s clearly not happening. If it weren’t for the fact my little one wanted so badly to play on the pirate ship I would have turned around and left right after seeing the bathrooms. Not to mention, after leaving I ended up with the worst case of conjunctivitis, EVER! Obviously I’m no doctor, and it’s hard sometimes to pinpoint where you’ve picked up any virus, but I have no doubt in my mind this is where I contracted it. Do not bring your kids here!! Maybe if we all boycott the establishment they would choose to put some money back into it so the community can enjoy what is supposed to be our only “indoor water park”. 😷😷
  • Toddler time was lots of fun. They have new inflatable toys and infant life jackets. It looks like they have really tried to make it cleaner. I really would suggest rubber mats in the changing area. It is really hard to hold your 1 yr old while putting on a swimsuit.
  • You get what you pay for. We bought a pass I wouldn't have noticed all of there flaws if that was not in place. Watch your kids your the parents.
  • H2OASIS PERSONAL REVIEW Today my family and I went to H2Oasis on a random decision and overall I was impressed. personally, I think some of you whining about the cleanliness of this place need to lower your priss status... on 4 separate occasions in the 4 hours I was there I watched the lifeguards check the PH levels for the water in different areas of the park.... in top of that IT'S A WATER PARK, people come in there that are not clean, so yes there's dirt to be expected... the staff was very attentative and helpful in the pools and river... when my daughter slipped and hit her head the life guard rushed to the rescue making she was ok first and them paperwork second. They showed they cared more about her health than saving their own asses from a lawsuit which is more than I can say about MANY water/ammusment parks. And lastly, the food was delicious! Not your average carnival food. It was well made and not overly greasy, we ordered the chicken strips which were HUGE and big enough for 2 kids to share, the hamburger meal which tasted fresh and juicy and the super nachos which was loaded with fresh chicken! The only thing I would change is the price.... the only 3 slides my daughter was tall enough to ride were all closed. I feel there should be a discount when the staff observes the children's height and their attractions aren't open.... Overall, as a mom of 2 toddlers under 3 years old, we enjoyed ourselves very much! The cost was a little higher than we would have liked but overall including food spending $80 for the day is a win for us! Pros: - friendly and clean environment for an amusement attraction - attentive and caring staff - DELICIOUS food - clean pools Cons: - price for the amount of open attractions for toddlers - the parents that let their older kids run amuck over the toddlers - we couldn't use the double tubes for the lazy river After all is said and done I think everyone should definitely give this place one try before you decide to go based off of one bad review.

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