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Lost Island Waterpark, Waterloo

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Discover a tropical getaway in the heart of the Midwest at one of KOA's newest campgrounds. Located conveniently at the crossroads of Hwy 218 and I-20, this campground promises a special experience with bamboo plants, vibrant colors and a great view of the 15-acre lake. Come stay in a Lodge, RV or tent. Enjoy the on-site disc golf, dog park, paddleboats and bicycles. Lost Island Waterpark, Adventure Golf and Go Karts, South Hills Golf Course and the Isle of Capri Casino are just across the road. Jog or ride the Cedar Valley Nature Trail, wander through the Grout Museum District, explore the Phelps Youth Pavilion / Waterloo Center for the Arts or simply relax on the sandy beach.
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  • Four grandchildren INA wide age range enjoyed a full day at this water park. The add new things each year, so it's worth going back. There is enough variety to keep it interesting for youngsters to yo...  read more »
  • We took teenage grandchildren, they enjoyed it very much. Grandma and Grandpa enjoyed the lazy river. Enjoyable day for all. 
  • Newish, clean, well maintained and managed, with a of water activities for all ages (toddlers to adults), alert and observant life guards - a very nice place for you, your family, friends and guests t...  read more »
  • Great fun for everyone. And short lines. Only complaint: the stones when walking around are super hot. I did get a blister on my foot, but whether it was due to the hot stones or just walking around a lot is a mystery to me. They have a good amount of areas for little ones and adventurous little ones. There are plenty of slides and things to do. And there are some adult beverages. The Water Coaster is one of my favorite rides and it never ceases to amaze me. The Funnel and Toilet Bowl are my 2nd favorite rides. And the next best one is the racing slides in the back of the park. Nothing is better than racing family or friends.
  • Very nice waterpark, kids loved it, clean, nice variety of rides. A little expensive for the amount of stuff to do there though, and the fact that you can't bring food in drives cost up more. Also, they seem to be a bit short on shade and chairs. The propelled waterslide (tealand purple one) also nearly gave me and my wife a concussion at a few points, it simply propels you too fast and you have airtime for like 2 seconds at a time.
  • A lot of fun! A big water park that is very enjoyable!! Great for families and just young 20ish people as well.
  • Great water park, have come here for several years. The waits for rides are usually pretty short. Most of the rides are pretty standard, with the exception of the rollercoaster waterslide combo thing. I forget what it's called. They put a lot of effort into making the park look tropical, and it turned out quite nice.
  • We were just stopping for a weekday on a road trip. Water park was not very crowded at all, maximum 15 minute wait on any ride. Both of my boys at a blast. The mini golf course was very good too. Did not realize they had more than 18 holes until we were leaving.