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Pirates Bay Waterpark, Baytown

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  • We took the grandkids there yesterday. Great place and affordable. Kids had a great time. Grownups too. Very Clean and well kept. We will for sure return.  more »
  • This place never stops improving. I went there the summer it opened and since then, they have opened a wave pool, and 2 new slides in just a couple of years. There is so much to do and perfect for all...  more »
  • Spot for locals who don't want to drive miles and spend a fortune to take their kids to a water park. It's affordable... but it's crowded.  more »
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  • Kids loved it here. For $20 you can't beat that!! Waves were nice in the wave pool. Better than the waves @ Typhoon Texas. Wish it was bigger. Tried to go again the next day, but they were filled to capacity. Line wrapped around the building. This was memorial day weekend so it was to be expected. So we opted to drive to Typhoon Texas instead of waiting in line for hours.
  • We always enjoy when we go, the kids love it. Kids of all ages have something to do. They have the lazy river, wave pool, and like three kids play places (I guess you would call them). The water is clean and the bathrooms/grounds are clean also, and the staff is always helpful and nice. The price to get in is cheap and the food is cheap to say your at a water park.
  • The place is great, my son loved it. There was alot of supervision for the little ones. The park is basically for young kids. My son had a great time. The only thing I did not like was the quality of the food. The pizza was small. The chicken tenders sucked along with French fries . The best thing out the food menu was the corndog, sadly. Overall it is a great water park just bring your own food
  • Today was our first time here with me my husband and our 3 kids have to say glad we came early we really enjoyed all the rides and food the only complaint I have is that my daughter was told she couldn't go down the toilet bowl in her shirt she waited in line 15 minutes and had already been down it 5 times the lady made her go back down the stairs come to find out they allow dry fit shirts and guess what her shirt was dry fit so I guess some of the employees just get to pick on who ever they like that ended my daughter's day with disappoinment...
  • I really love going to Pirate's Bay! However, this last experience was awful when it came to the staff. We were having a great day until we saw a parent let there young child openly urinate in the wave pool. I talked to two managers and one supervisor. The first manager was helping at the locker rentals and asked me to wait for her supervisor. When the supervisor came over he acted like my concern was not important and said "there is enough chemicals in the pool". I know people might urinate in the pools, but letting your child openly expose them self and urinate is NOT okay. They were too busy to address my concern and asked me to find someone else. I went to the other side of the water park to find another manager. I told her what happened and she said she didn't know how to handle the situation and went back into the employee area. I never saw anyone address the parent and the young child continued to expose himself and urinate in the wave pool two other times before we decided to leave. It's a shame that the staff could not take the time to let the parent know that this is not acceptable. We love coming to Pirate's Bay, but not addressing these concerns is unprofessional.