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Chesapeake Beach Water Park, Chesapeake Beach
(2.5/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Great family park, but know that they close early on Mondays. The two slides and the floating canal was a big hit with the kids. All ages. The water was warm and the environment safe. The pay to enter...  more »
  • The Chesapeake Beach Water Park is a small, compact park with plenty to do and lots of fun. The lazy river is great fun for going down on an inner tube or just letting the current take you. The shallo...  more »
  • Be prepared for long check-in lines and food lines. They have only 1 person going through bags, and no outside food or drink is allowed. They do provide complimentary water. There is a lazy river on t...  more »
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  • Great little water park to take the kids for a day trip! Kids under 3 get in free, but get there before they open on a weekend if you want to snag a chair! You're not allowed to bring food into the park which kinda stinks, but there are tables outside the park you can eat at prior to entering which is what we did. Kids had a great time and we will be back!
  • We visited yesterday. The park itself is nice, clean, organized. However, I feel ripped off for sure. You are not allowed to bring food into the park. So I waited in line for a half hour (with only 4 people ahead of me) to order a slice of pizza that you didnt even have. No pizza, no pretzels, no fruit cups. Why? The poor guy who waited on me felt so bad even having to say you didnt have food I wanted. What an embarrassement for your staff. If you wont allow food into the park at least be prepared enough to provide the food clearly listed on your menu. Oh and please make sure the bottled water is at least cold. I spent as much on food that I did not even want as I did to get into the park. Ridiculous!
  • 8/11/16 the only day we could go. Went online, had many questions not answered online so I had to call the office. I ordered tickets online, no place to put info for a coupon that I had to save $3, pp to save me $15. They don't say online that you have to get tickets at the gate with a coupon. I reserved a cabana, $59 for 8 hours, needed for my husband. I reserved the cabana online and it said I could have it at 2:00 (5 hrs) I called, they told me "you are going on a camp day, that's why you can't have it till 2:00". I asked if they're going to prorate the price for the 3 hrs I'm not using it, they told me no, they don't do that. Why should I pay for campers to use it?. They should have reimbursed me $22. for 3 hours (the prorated rate). We finally arrived, the kids were excited and couldn't wait to get out of the car. We arrived early because reviews said to get there early to get chairs. Well that doesn't work because the campers had most of the chairs already. So bring your own chairs just in case. We walked past the cabana we reserved. It already had our name on it and wasn't being used. I went to the office and asked, "since no one is using the cabana that we paid for, are we permitted to use it?" The girl behind the counter went into the back room to find out and this is what I overheard from a male when she asked "Mrs. ________? That lady keeps calling here". I actually only called 3 times. I could see through the door who said that and later discovered his name was Matt. After this discussion, the girl came out and said that the lounge chairs aren't there/ Someone took them out. I asked if we could use the bench area underneath the cabana and was told yes, they would look for the 2 chairs that were supposed to be there. I told her to tell Matt that before he talks about his customers out loud, he might want to make sure they can't hear him because that is not good customer service and I thought he was pretty darn ignorant. We put our things down, an employee came over and discovered that the cabana next to us had taken 1 of our chairs. You are supposed to only have 2 with red markings, but they had 3. There is also a sign where your name is when reserving a cabana and it says "PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE CHAIR FROM UNDER CABANA - DO NOT SIT UNDER THIS CABANA IF YOU ARE NOT THE OWNER. An employee told us to go ahead and take the chair from the cabana, but we said we were not moving someone else's belongings. She then moved their things and put the chair under our cabana. An employee found the 2nd chair and brought it to us,. Problem is: 1. the people in the other cabana next to us weren't sitting there at the time and therefore, thought we took their chair and later took it back; and 2. they should really mark each chair at the top that says ("CABANA #1), etc, so people know not to take them. When we came out of the water to sit down, we had to take our chair back. The first time, the lady sitting on it was very nice and gave it back. We explained that the employee told us it belonged in our cabana. The next time, our adult daughter came out to sit and the chair was gone. She said "my mom isn't going to be happy when she sees that the chair she paid for is gone again". As she was saying this, my husband and I came walking up, heard this older woman yelling at her, telling her that it's not our chair and that we keep taking it from them. We tried to explain everything, but she just kept yelling and was dropping the "F" bomb like crazy in front of all these kids, told us if we want the chair than we need to get the management. I headed over to do that and before i got there, a gentleman in the cabana on the other side had already gone to get the manager, was explaining what was going on. He told them he'd explained 3 times that they couldn't take the chairs. A manager came out (Marilyn). asked us what happened. We tried to explain, the other lady started yelling so the manager threatened to throw us all out. We didn't do anything wrong and shouldn't have been threatened! Lazy river's too crowded by empty tubes. C -
  • It sucked big time! My family paid 100$ to get in. We sat on the bench all day and got kicked off because some dude decided to pay for our cabana. It's very crowded no where to sit. We started to tell others that were going in there is nowhere to sit. Never ever will we go back. Actually give them a 0. They are not worthy of nothing!
  • Awful. Absolutely terrible, miserable water park. Park is horribly cramped and when it's at capacity (which I suspect it probably is all summer long), it's just human soup. The design is awful - especially the area where every single person needing to use either a (expensive) locker or the restrooms has to funnel through a tiny chokepoint that's about as wide as the hallway in your house. Bathrooms were disgusting. There are NO changing areas at all, so show up wearing what you're going to get wet or expect to change in the tiny (disgusting) restroom. As for the 'attractions'.. yeah, not so much. Two slides, one of which is decent, and the other is a short tube slide that is poorly run by the obviously bored and apathetic attendants who don't give a damn that everyone flops about and desperately grabs/pushes at anything within reach to help them get their tube off the starting area for a good long while. Eventually, maybe, the attendant will reach over and assist. And forget about sitting anywhere, at any point, for any reason. The woefully inadequate number of lounge chairs are occupied at all times by someone's towel. Not that they could squeeze any more chairs into this prison-yard of a waterpark anyway. Would give less than 1 star but can't post otherwise.