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Rogers Aquatic Center, Rogers

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • The boys (5 and 7) loved this water park! It's not as large as some parks we have been to and I think it's kind of pricey for a day ticket, but there are many things to do; lazy river, multiple slides...  read more »
  • This Aquatic Center is about 3 years old and has a full sized pool, Lazy River, the Bowl and several slides. There is also the bucket that dumps water on you and a couple of splash pools for toddlers....  read more »
  • We come a couple times every summer. Very clean. Lots of fun things for kids of every age. The only reason I give it 4 instead of 5 is because it is always so packed! And there isn't enough chairs. I ...  read more »
  • How amazing is this place! Built in the 3 yrs we have been away...what an amazing park to move back to! Lazy river, multiple water slides, TWO little ones splash areas and a full size pool...all town owned and seems to be well maintained. Love it.
  • Love this water park. The only reason why I give it four stars is because of the prices, but they got to pay to run the park somehow. I would come here a lot more often on my bike if it weren't for that. Other then that, great water park! Also, the reason why I give it four stars, I always get hungry when I go there, they don't allow outside food or drink, and then they make you "over pay" when your hungry(they get enough from admissions from what I have heard). That is the only reason why I give it four stars instead of 5.
  • Our first time here. Ours kids enjoyed it. Just as a warning, no cotton shirts are allowed. And this is a bummer because the bowl slide will rip your back to shreds. I've never been on a painful slide! Please fix this slide!
  • The water park does cost more if you don't live in Rogers, and the water park is expensive if you pay for a one time visit. However, they offer punch pass cards (called a "Splash Pass") that can DRASTICALLY reduce the cost, especially if you purchase them during their 1/2 price sale. For example a family of 4 (2 adults & 2 kids) who are non-Rogers residents will pay $50 for one visit. Or you could purchase two 1/2 price punch pass cards. The punch passes go by height and have 10 punches each. The cost, at 1/2 price, for an above 48" pass is $49.50 and a below 48" pass is $37.50 (this was the cost for the 2016 season for a non-Rogers resident, during the 1/2 price sale). That is $89.50 for 20 punches (10 punches for adults & 10 punches for children under 48"). That equals out to be 5 visits for a family of 4, which is less than $5 per person per visit. They offer the half price punch passes around Christmas and in the spring (follow their Facebook page). Even if you get the punch passes at full price, it is a big discount off of paying per visit. The prices are even cheaper if you are a Rogers resident. As far as the water park goes, my family loves it. It is really clean and everything is still like new. There are lots of options for kids (even young ones). I think we are so lucky to have this nearby. We love the lazy river and the kids love the multiple kid sections. The staff we have talked with have been friendly. We do avoid peak times, so I don't have experience with not getting in or it being super crowded. I have heard that they don't offer rain checks and that really stinks, but we have not experienced that either. My family loves getting the 1/2 price punch passes. If we paid full price admission, we would probably only go one time each summer. The sale punch passes make this fun water park very affordable! Keep in mind, the punches are only good for that season so you should plan to use all of them to get your money's worth. Update- I think the park costs more for non-Rogers residents, because Rogers residents are paying tax to fund the park already. I also just saw that they offer the 1/2 priced punch passes for sale for a few days in July too. (I would rather get them before the season starts to make sure I can use them all.)
  • Pretty nice if you buy the discounted packages for tickets. Lifeguards could use some people skills...but they look like kids so that's expected. All and all pretty nice place for the kids.
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