Can you come to this hotel to use the water park without being a guest. Pay an entry fee of course. Just wondering if it is cheaper to book a room to use the grounds or what...I will be staying at my moms not far away and am looking for a water park day for 3 teenagers
To answer your question, for the safety and comfort of our guests, all pools are for their exclusive use and not open to the public.
There are a few public water parks in the Valley that will definitely meet your teenagers' needs.
It costs $35 for residents to get into the "Hole in the Wall River Ranch", but while it includes a large pool, a sports pool, a lazy river, a slide, a mini-golf course, and tennis courts, the resort is in a state of disrepair and isn't probably worth the $35 per person.
Just have to agree with the other posts...you wouldn't want to pay to come here. it was decent--at best. The pool was just okay, the last river was so lazy, you had to kick your feet to keep moving. You can't bring in food and the food is pricey. There are kids working but they aren't life guards. For a bit more I am sure you could find a much better water park.
You would be better.off paying for water world or gold land sun splash depending on her location in valley. Although it called a water park there no wave pool and only one small slide. There is a lazy river but for teenage boys better to go to real water park. Groupon would have coupons
Yes, believe you can, but I wouldn't call it a water park. A pretty slow lazy river trout any water features. A pool, hot tub, one slide and small toddler pool.
I'm not sure you, might want to call the hotel and ask. There might be a better waterpark for teenagers. This was perfect for a mixed family with little kids and adults. However there is only one slide, a slow lazy river and lots of pools.
I am not positive, but I think you must be a guest at the hotel to use the water park. As older female guests, we did not use the water park. The people I saw coming from the park were all going back to rooms at the hotel.
Thanks everyone. We ended up going to Big Surf. Thanks for all the responses
I am not sure if you can buy a day pass, I would contact the resort. There is a Wet N Wild Phoenix water park near there. They offered some weekend deals when we stayed in April!
The folks above are correct. No outside guests, and there is no money being collected, outside of the food stands. My eleven year old grandson thought the water park was great. He liked standing under the waterfall and playing basketball and volleyball in the pool.
It is best to call the hotel. I have stayed there several times but never used the water park.
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