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Big Splash Water Park, Tulsa

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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1.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
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  • New ownership is cleaning Tulsa's only waterpark up and making it fun again! It's well on it's way back to a clean, fun, family friendly place that you will want to come to. The foods are good and dec...  read more »
  • The best place to be is at the bottom of the super slide when there are lots of bikinis. Awesome lazy river too. The wave pool is great fun also. I've enjoyed attending here for years. 
  • Nice to have a water park in town but cost is higher than value and of questionable cleanliness. Potential unrealized. 
  • I was pretty excited to go since they have new owners. BUT I don't know if it's because the season just started, but they only had three pools opened. The wave pool, the activity pool and the lazy river, I believe. Not really a good idea if you have younger children since they won't be able to enjoy it. I have a 3 year old and all he could do was play at the edge and shallow ends of the pools or have someone hold him. The children's area was blocked off. I mean, the birds and turtles are nice and my kid liked them. I just don't feel like we got enugh for what we paid for. Maybe we'll try later this summer to see if everything will be open.
  • 6/6/2016 Not real impressed with new owner! Why are you advertising new slides when those slides are not installed and are laying on the ground and tables all over the park with kids playing on them. And as mush as I appreciate the new paint, did you use the right kind of paint in the kid pool cause I can't tell you how many kids and adults I saw fall coming in and out of the water. The paint is very slick! This place needs so much more than a coat of paint and exotic animals. It's needs to be clean and safe for our kids, so put away the paint can and animals and install a warning signal on the wave pool to announce the start of the waves, apply the correct pool deck paint, repair the surround drains that are broken and uneven, repair capped off water pipes that are sticking up, get the water running down the slides that require it and train the staff to be better aware of what is happening in their area.
  • Better than the old Big Splash. And honestly with the discounted tickets we had it was a great deal. Don't pay full price though. They are still building and adding features and remodeling. Lots of staff onsite and they were friendly and helpful. It was not crowded.
  • I had a great time with my husband and our friends. It was my first time to a larger water park (I understand it's not the biggest around) but everything was open(except the newest slide they are working every day on) the alcoholic drinks were yummie. Staff is super friendly! There is a siren/bell that goes off so you know when the waves will start(I had never been in a wave pool but my husband explained and I noticed the siren everytime after that) the slides that were open were fun I tried them all. The paint was a little slick in some spots in the water BUT I expect that I'm not trying to run around. I can't wait to take my nephew to the kiddie area it looked like a blast for the little ones. I honestly feel bad for the contained animals but I can kinda get why they have them but my heart still bleeds for the poor animals.
  • Every time we have gone this summer, its gotten better. They now have a warning when the waves start, more free tubes were available for the master blaster, the lifeguards are friendly and one had to jump in and help my daughters little friend. I liked the playground for my granddaughter to burn off energy when she was tired of the water but maybe some outdoor shower off areas since she got a little muddy there lol. We spend about 4 hours there every time we go and enjoy it but we make sure we eat just before we go because, of course, the food is a little pricey but thats to be expected. This last time the lines were very long for the concession, just one window open, so people do plan it in their budget for the day. We like the place for swimming fun, dont regret the season pass purchase so we dont feel like we have to stay ALL day and the improvements just this season have been good.
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