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Rock'n River Family Aquatic Center, Round Rock

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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3.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • A day of fun for under $20 (1 adult & 1 child). Take a picnic, with plenty of drinks, and go early to secure a couple of shaded loungers near the newly added pool, with swim up bar serving ice-lollies...  read more »
  • We took our granddaughter there and spent the day. I enjoyed the food trucks there to get lunch so we didn't have to lug a cooler in there. I was disappointed in the price. It's no longer inexpensive ...  read more »
  • This wate rpark is very fitting for Round Rock. Its small yet fun. I really liked how it used so many landmarks of Round Rock. Its a great family place for a really good price. Granted there are much ...  read more »
  • Love taking my son (2 years old) and nephew (4 years old) here. Usually pretty busy but, not too bad. Wish there was more shaded seating. You can bring your own food and drinks, no alcohol. You can also buy food and drinks there.
  • My 7 year old son with special needs loves this place. We live in Florida and Rockin River is by far our favorite water park in the Austin area. Never had a problem with any of the staff and we have been here many times visiting with family. Love the new water slides and other attractions they added! Also like that you can bring in your own food and drinks.
  • Horrible experience, I took my 3 1/2 yr old grandson there, and he uses a small water ring in the pool. I was informed they don't allow those there, but the do offer free life vests to use. So fine, I got the life vest. Needless to say he was playing in the kiddie pool with the alligator slide. Then I'm approached by life guards who tell me he is not allowed to wear the best on the slide, because it will scratch it, what the heck!!!! By all means let's not put any safety device on these kids to save the slide!!!! You people are ridiculous. Yes they have life guards and yes I stay with him at all times, but it takes 2 seconds for a little one to inhale enough water to drown, not going to risk it. I asked for a refund ( $18 , which is crazy) and was told no. I had only been there 35 minutes. NEVER AGAIN!!!
  • Very inexpensive, last year we paid 5 bucks a person. Best for younger children ages babies up to 10 to 12 I'd is a small area basic park size, won't loose your party. Not an extreme water park, kiddie pools, small lazy river, parent hang out area and a slide or 2. Wear proper swim suit attire and bring an ice chest for lunch and drinks. More shaded areas would be great but people usually let you get in and sit with them and don't have a shaded spot.
  • this particular water park wasn't worth the drive for my family. My 3.5 year old son (40 inches tall) who has enjoyed the slides at Great Wolfe Lodge when he was 2 was not allowed to ride anything but two tiny slides here. We have been to multiple water parks where he was allowed to do much more or slides exactly like this The lifeguard (in particular the one sitting on the middle of the double green slide) had literally nothing to say or a smile to give to anyone entering or exiting the baby slides When my son engaged her multiple times she just sat there, never acknowledging anyone. Oh, and don't bring any type of floatations device for your infant other than a life jacket because those are not allowed. So my 7 month old and I are camped out under an umbrella with another kind family who lucked out and got ahold of one of the very few non rentable shady areas. Won't be coming back.
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