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Wet 'n' Wild Splash Town, Spring

Categories: Water Parks, Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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3/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
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  • We went to Wet 'n' Wild during the summer with a party of 5. 2 adults and 3 kids ages, 15,12, and 7. The kids did enjoy the park but they have been to better waterparks with better water rides. The fo...  read more »
  • Great place to take the kids. Good food, alchahol for adults and overall good vibe at this park. My kids go all the time 
  • A wet park without much new, simple but very good for the hot in the city and the site. Not unlike other wet park. You can't compare with the disney of course.
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  • I purchase a season pass every summer for the kids and myself and it always pays for itself. The kids never get tired of going and it gives them something to do. It is beneficial to buy your season passes early as you get free parking and a refillable cup that saves you money in the long run. The water park offers unlimited refills on ice and water at the park but charges $1.35 for soda, but with the Houston heat all you want is water!!! Wet n Wild has rides that are aimed at all age groups. There are few thriller rides for those of you brave enough to hop on one and there are also slower slides for those who just want a nice easy cruise on a float. You won't regret your experience here, my kids have never complained once about going here and by the time you get home they are wiped out!!!! The waterpark does not allow you to bring in foods but most families will get an ice chest and leave it in their cars and when they are ready to eat they just have a picnic in the front of the park and return back in the park when done and it saves you money. There is a cafe inside the park that has reasonable prices as well if you don't mind spending the money but it adds up if you go several times throughout the week. You can also rent lockers at the park or if you buy a waterproof phone case/money holder you can just take your valuables with you. Overall I don't think you will be disappointed, give the rides a try and you and your kids won't be disappointed.
  • Personally I do not think the food is that good and it's very expensive. Even the children's food is not up to par with even McDonalds. I know you have but so do other places. The thing that bothers me around the ride area, especially the children's area, you can not leave your child in line for the slides and get back before they come down. I understand not allowing parents to go with the children, but you should provide a way for them to keep an eye on their child. It would be very easy for a child to be taken by a stranger while they wait. You say no, because there are so many people around. I say if a child is last in line, you leave to be ready for them to come down the slide and a family member, that does not have custody of the child comes and takes them, a young child will go with them. Or if the someone says, your mom wants me to take you her, she needs to talk to you, they will also go. It would just be good to see your child always.
  • I have been a season pass holder for over 20yrs. We have always loved going it's close to home, the kids never get tired of it. But I have noticed this summer how terrible the staff has become. The lifeguards are never paying attention, never explaining rules to first timers therefore they lose their hats, glasses, everything they should have been told to take off at the top of the ride then it holds up the rest of the line while they are at the bottom looking for their belongings under water. The wave pool is barely on anymore it used to come on like clock work. I was told by a supervisor that one of the motors were out & should be fixed the next week & that was in June... The main problem is the rudeness of the staff mainly young lifeguards. After this summer I will definitely be trying out the new park in Katy next yr since Splashtown seems to be going downhill fast. And the food is ridiculous expensive
  • The place is good, however the customer service here sucks! Went to one of the shops and asked a simple question to the casher: Are these the only water shoes you carry? He ignored me and was more attentive to this phone than helping me out! So I asked again in a louder voice, all he did was nod his head. He didn't even look at me! Hours later the family and I went to the Funnel place and stood there for 5 min as the cashier finished up her conversation on her phone. Then stood there another 5 min as she turned around to have another conversation with the other employees. Asked for an ice cream cone and was told we ain't got none and she turned around again and was talking to the other employees laughing away! So I said that's fine we would like to order a funnel cake then and some drinks. Still laughing away with the other employees!! An order that should have took about 2 minutes took too long because customer service has gone down hill!!!
  • My children received Splash town season passes for Christmas! A great gift!! We enjoy going when it opens, staying a few hours and heading home! A great activity for 6-8 year olds! Cool place to hang out in the Houston heat!!
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