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What a fun way to start summer!
The kids were a little timid the first round, but by the end they were diving in the mud and suds! 
Parents were even joining in the fun. I will definitely be dressed aproperiatly to get in the mud next summer! 
The line was long but went super fast, I lost track of how many times the kids went down the run.
Riz(4 yrs) was so excited but backed out last minute. I talked him into just trying thesudz slide and he ended up having a blast!
We will definitely be back next year!.
After they had their fill of mud we went to the splash pad and played for 30 minutes. It was super crowded. There are not usually this many people
Then we went to the play ground to dry off and wait for our slurpees to arrive! (Thanks Dan).


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10 am to 2 pm
Entrance Fee(s)
Helpful Tips

Bathrooms were clean but (no TP)
Wear old clothes, its not worth trying to get the stains out of swimsuits.
Bring an umbrella, there is practically no shade in this park
Flip flops recommended for parents
No shoes for kids


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