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I am pretty sure there are not many community water park around area. The cozy water park was very crowded and had max capacity around 1pm.
The staffs are not friendly - no smile and kept blowing whistle saying No.
Their is no private changing...More
Free parking for campers
Tasty mango Italian ice
Our 11 year olds enjoyed it but some rough kids horned in on their game of catch in the water
Water did not look super clean; lots of small kids
Pool memberships can be expensive. If you, like us, only go to the pool a few times each summer, the Water Park at Killens Pond State Park is a great option for you. It's more than just a pool, too. It has a nice slide,...More
Had a good day, but it cost $5 for the car to get into Killens Pond and then $5 for each of us to get into the pool area. The bathroom area looks old but large. The day was hot, and all the seats were...More
This park is always clean. They take safety very seriously. They are also very strict on what you wear inside of the water. Make sure you have a swimsuit on and no t-shirts, jogging shorts, or any other clothing item not made for the pool....More
Took my grand children to Killens Pond State Park Water Park. None of us had been there previously. I had read about it and decided to give it a try. Killens Pond State Park includes the lake, campground and the pool water park. The water...More
I took my 3 youngest grandsons and daughter there ,,, Had a blast ,,,First went swimming for a few hours then got a paddle boat ...Had lunch then went back swimming,,,,I did not have to break to the bank to have fun,,,,Next time want to...More
The children love this place. It's very affordable and they can swim and slide all day long. Bathrooms need a little cleaning, but each time we have been the children have had such a great time. They even have a snack hut with some family...More
Came here with two 6 year olds, and they could not enjoy the big water slide (too little), or the kiddie slide (too big). The middle slide was closed because of ph levels. I talked to the manager to see if they would make an...More
The water park at Killens Pond State Park is more of a splash park and has one slide. Also the rules are completely skewed. First you can not jump in the pool, even if your really sliding into the pool. Then you can't wear boxers...More