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Water Mine Family Swimmin' Hole, Reston

(85 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a decent local water park that will keep you and your kids busy for a day. It is, however, very expensive, particularly when compared to the pass for the entire season for Reston pools.  more »
  • A great place guaranteed to keep the kids engaged for an entire day. They get you on the food, but it is still worth it.  more »
  • Loved this water park! Looked up the night before and planned our route from other side of DC. Very reasonable entrance cost for a family day out and free parking too. Took two children 10 and 8 who t...  more »
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  • Awesome fun. Very focused and attentive life guards. Tons of water fun for EVERYONE of all ages. 10 minute breaks at the end of every hour are annoying but necessary for the staff to get a quick break. Big water slides have a bit of a wait time (probably 15 minutes each) but the smaller ones are easy to access with little to no wait time. Overall, our kids had a blast and we would be back everyday if we lived closer.
  • Had a blast. Both my 1 and 3 year old daughters had a great time. This waterpark is not too big yet it is good for all ages. We can't wait to go back again.
  • This location is one of Fairfax County's many water parks, and it is a beauty. It feels brand new, with plenty of attractions for the younger crowd. Kids older than about 10 would probably be a little bored after a day, but the younger kids will surely want a season pass. You can bring in your own food, and there are plenty of picnic areas in the shade within the park itself. It gets extremely crowded in the summer, come early or expect a long line to get in. We loved it here, and if we lived closer we would buy a season pass for sure.
  • Lots of fun for younger kids. 3 large slides, 2 medium slides (Little and Big Pete) and lots of smaller slides for even younger kids. Lazy river went all around the park and had a nice strong flow. Clean water, friendly staff. Didn't like getting out of water for 10 mins every 50 mins. Also, the deepest swimming area is 4ft.
  • Great water park. Sometimes a long wait if you're not a season pass holder. Great for kids on the weekend. Pizza here is surprisingly good as are smoothies