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Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas, Las Vegas

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Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas Reviews
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  • We had a great time, but felt the holiday festivities were over-hyped. The light displays were fun, so it's worth going just for that. Otherwise, the "ice skating" was terrible. It was just a plastic ...  more »
  • Went to the Christmas town lights display. There are a large number lights. You can ride the train which does not go to far but is fun. They have a free slide that goes fast. Several bounce houses. Th...  more »
  • Wet n Wild is a great water park for family, individuals or groups. I took my kids and they had a great time moving between the kiddies playground, to the wave pool and the more daring slides. We got ...  more »
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  • The water park is a lot of fun and a great deal if you get season passes. My family has been attending since it opened and love visiting several times a week during the summer. There are a number of fun rides, but many of them require two people to enjoy because they are use tubes. It would be nice if there were more single person rides instead of just the two. The river is a nice way to relax and the wave pool can be fun if not too crowded. The kiddie area can be fun, but there isn't much for toddlers except three lame slides that the kids have to wait in line forever to go on, and they can't hang out in the shallow pool after the slide so things are severely limited for toddlers. Also, the kiddie are water temperature is always SO cold, so kids may not enjoy that even when it's 105+ degrees outside. The food pass is a great deal, and using it 8 times pays for itself. We typically get 20+ uses so it is a huge bargain getting a meal every time we visit the park. Again, we love the water park and the season pass allows us to visit for a couple hours and helps us cool down multiple times a week.
  • Wet n Wild Christmas Town. Wet n Wild puts together a little Christmas Town while they are shutdown for the winter. We were pleasantly surprised how nice it was. The lights were beautiful and they had other nice things to do. They had a an inner tube slide, a train, a light show, climbing wall, ice skating rink, and a paint ball shooting gallery. Everything was included in the price of admission except the paint ball. We had a great family time and enjoyed the lights!!!
  • Awesome outdoor water park. Fair admission price, bar available. Slides were creative and thrilling. There weren't many line while we were there. BRING FLIP FLOPS! The concrete feels likes it's burning your skin off when your barefoot. All the locals know but we didn't.
  • I went to Christmas Town and it was $20 per person. The advertisement I read of course really talked up the attractions and made it seem like the things inside we're free once you pay admission. This is where my disappointment stemmed from. They have Santa there and pictures were $10 for one or $15 for two. The pictures come with a nice plastic frame. The light displays were beautiful and well done. It costs a ridiculous amount of money (starting at $14 for 100 balls) to shoot paintballs at a boring setting with minimal targets and a guy dancing around. You have to buy the ornament decoration kit if you want to use the ornament decoration area. Food prices were average for these types of places. Face painting was free, but they have only 6-8 designs to choose from. They have a free mini train for kids that literally goes in a 20' diameter circle four times. The ice skating rink was real small and the line was long. The bounce house area was nice but they strictly limit your kids time because they have really long lines to get through. The sled hill and bigger train were free, but we couldn't justify the wait time (with restless kids) for a very small pay off. They have a free "light tunnel", but it wasn't even lit up. To me the price of admission is too high to look at light displays and wait in lines while enduring the cold weather.
  • Great time and pleasant surprise from a Summer Theme Park. They did a wonderful job with lights and the employees were super helpful and nice. The food wait time is still lacking and always looking to see what can be done better to make it more seamless. Then again I do this as I'm a manager of a good establishment. Besides that we still had a great time.

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