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Water Wizz, East Wareham
(2.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • Water Wizz is opened from mid-June to Labor Day and is located before you cross over the Bridges to Cape Cod in the town of Wareham. Plan Ahead: Sign up on the Water Wizz website to receive their emai...  more »
  • Since my kid was 5...we have taken him and friends to Water Wizz! In July and August you have to get there early if there is a special place you want to sit. When he was younger that was Pirate Island...  more »
  • I will start by saying that I am not a fan of water parks in general (just....eewww). However, I have 3 kids (ages 7, 7, and 10) and they have been dying to go to one. Water Wizz had a half price tick...  more »
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  • I took my son here for his birthday along with my daughter. Kids under 2 are free. So my children got in free. This is a very family oriented atmosphere. Lines are long but move fast. Only negative things are they have nasty bathrooms, when you drive in there theres dirt and dust everywhere because it's on a dirt road. I wish they would install asphalt. It's always packed. The cabanas are secluded so if you rent one, you cannot see or watch your child(ren) that are by the pools. There are only 2 pools so theres not much to explore. However they do have huge water slides and a "lazy river" which i find romantic since it auto matically takes you around in a circles on a float and it turns into a wave pool. Very fun and calmimg at the same time. Even therapeutic for some.
  • Great park. I went on like every ride. But, you must be under 15 to do Hurricane Hill's Hurricane Bob and the lily pad walk from Harpoon Lagoon. Also, you have to be under 7 to do Little Neck Beach and for Captain Kid's Island there is probably an age limit since it's a kiddie attraction. I am guessing you have to be 10 or under for that? Anyway, I had lots of fun!
  • Super long lines that were partially cause by staff inattentiveness and poor ride management. They were out of rental lockers, and they had a sign up saying "rental tubes sold out" despite the huge piles of rubes we could see behind their buildings. Because we couldn't rent tubes, we had to wait even longer in line to get the ride specific tubes. They only had 8 doubles tubes for use so we spent longer waiting for a double tube than we did riding the rest of the rides and swimming in the wave pool combined. Moreover, the staff were overwhelmed and understaffed. The lifeguards seemed preoccupied. Not worth the high entry fee.
  • Spending $93.65 for 3 is not worth it, you wait twice as long waiting for a tube to go down any of the slides than actually waiting to go down a slide itself. They're limited on tubes making it so you have to pay extra to rent a tube. Honestly waited more than 30 mins just for a tube.... The park is over priced any child under 48 inches was able to ride the single tubes...... But the parent had to wait at the bottom of the slide...... That's not dangerous at all and ofcourse you could indeed ride with your child on the double tube but in all reality there is no way for you to hold on to your child.... So in all fairness they shouldn't have any children under 48 inches be allowed any of the slides.... It's not like water country where you can all go together in the raft tube. Park is not clean, the staff is limited to buntch of college kids with no manners or people skills that just don't care.... Wanna have fun here bring alot of cash rent a tube and don't bring kids this is not a kid friendly water park, go to water country where your money is well spent
  • We had a great time, group of 20, 2yr to 18yr for the kids and the adults had a fun time too! Went on a Thursday, suppost to be the second least busiest in the summer, Tuesday is considered the least busiest, was there at 11am(open @ 10am), we had printed tickets and were able to go to the front of the line(60 people deep), by 11:30 no line. Their is a wait for all slides which can vary from 30min to 15min, these slides are insanely fun, my kids both(6boy & 7girl ,54 inches each) were blown away, smiles from ear to ear. The wave pool was fun, they had 7 life guards when the pool was at it's peak with people, maybe 125-150, my kids went in multiple times, they really enjoyed it. Lazy River was good, kids liked the kid pool and the Pirate island. If you stay the whole day you must drink plenty of water, multiple sun block cover and eat small multiple stretched meals. We rented a cabana which gave us a home base, you probably could of just set up shop in an area with an umbrella but no big deal, we did not rent the tubes, but if you have multiple teenager's and are going any day of the week it probably would be a good idea, you can bypass a portion of lines with them, they are just single tube, not double, if you plan on going on the rides together with a small kid then do no rent the tubes. We brought food and drinks in coolers which I highly recommend. Water was 84 degrees(90 outside temp, partly cloudy), on top of the big slides at the tree lines we had a breeze. The worst thing is we had to wait for the rides but you have to wait at any place like this so why complain. The place was pretty clean and very well staffed, they actually paid attention and were not just there on their smartphones saying "you're next". My kids loved it, when we left the first thing my daughter asked me was "when are we going back?" I was able to get my tickets during the promo period special they have when the tickets were half off, no complaints here. This is definitely on the Summer program next year!