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CoCo Key Water Park Boston North Shore, Danvers

(3.2/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Located 19 miles from Boston Logan International Airport and 6 miles from Beverly Municipal Airport, CoCo Key Water Park is the largest indoor water park in New England - featuring 65,000 square feet of splashtastic family fun! Including giant water slides, a lazy river, indoor/outdoor hot tub, Wet Rooster Bar, arcade, birthday party rooms and more! A
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  • My son and daughter and I visited Coco key for a little tropical vacation in the middle of January. My son has a January birthday, so it's always a challenge to find interesting fun things to do with ...  more »
  • The resort was clean and plenty of space for a busy holiday. Food in the snack shack was pricey and after seeing everyone else bring in drinks and snacks would've been a cheaper alternative! Also, the...  more »
  • We stayed at the adjacent Doubletree Hotel and watched the snow storm from the comfort of the 84 degree Coco Key Water Park. It may be that we lucked out or that we opted to go at night but there was ...  more »
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  • Water park is nice. The life gaurds arent that nice. But one young lady working was very kind and helpful in explaining the rules. The fokd is expensive and not that great. We did a hotel overnight stay in the hilton with aaa . This included passes to the park from 4-9pm and entry the next day after you check out. It also included breakfast in the morning . Pretty much all you can eat up to 4 ppl for 20 dollar credit. That was jice. Definitely worth it if your traveling with a family of 4 to do an overnight stay. The park its self was very fun. Great for babies and toddlers and older kids on the other side. Theres cabanas you can rent and a bar which is nice.
  • It was amazing! There was great food the employees were very nice to me and my family and the rides were very pleasingšŸ˜„
  • If your miss the hot weather, water, and bathing suits during the winter you should take your family here. It's a great pace for kids under 13, but not older ones.
  • Great water park for kids! I've been here several times and it is the closest water park to residents of greater Boston! It is supposed to be 84 degrees in the water park, perfect for the winter when you can't head over to Hurricane Harbor at Six Flags New England or Water Wizz in the Cape just yet! Beware that this place can get packed almost every day! That is the only downside to CoCo Key. Anyways, I'll review CoCo Key Boston North Shore. A little overview of the water park. First, you have a toddler pool with water gizmos and tiny slides. It also features a pirate ship showing TV shows and movies at 8 P.M. Next, you have CoCo Key's signature attraction. A play structure called Parrot's Perch designed for little kids featuring small slides, water gizmos and a giant bucket at the top of the structure that dumps 400 gallons of water on you every 5 minutes (according to their Facebook page). The play structure is decent for teenagers and adults, but wonderful for the children! There is a lazy river called the Coconut Grove Adventure River. It circles Parrot's Perch. Nice lazy river featuring leaking coconuts (even though they no longer leak)! Next, you have a pool called Coral Reef Canyon featuring water basketball and a lilypad walk where kids can go across the lilypads using a suspended cargo net. That is quite a challenging water activity! Finally, there are four giant water slides that go outside the building and back in. They are called Shark Slam, Gator Gush, Barracuda Blast, and Pelican Plunge. Half of the slides are body slides and the other half are tube slides. These are the only slides the older kids (48 inches and taller) and adults can ride! They are fantastic! Each slide features banked turns and short drops for a moderate thrill! I like the giant water slides! They are fun! It was even nice to separate the lines for bodies and tubes! :) There is also an indoor/outdoor spa (for guests 16 and older), an outdoor splash pad and an onsite restaurant called Gator's Grab & Go. The food is delicious, but expensive! I love their pizza! Overall, the staff is friendly, the bathrooms are mostly clean, the lifeguards are taking their jobs seriously, the food is delicious, the water slides are good, and the whole park has a beautiful Key West theme and is well maintained! I have had no problems going to CoCo Key ever since my first visit! I would highly recommend this water park if you have kids!
  • They had great activities for the kids. Not much space though for sitting/eating if there are a ton of people there. Its pricey, but I guess for an indoor water park in NE that is probably the going rate.