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Monday, March 11, 2013

Splash Island

Today's hectic lifestyles often leave families with little time to spend together, let alone go out of town on an expensive vacation. Splash Island offers a place where residents and visitors can convene, play, and relax!

Splash Island truly is your Caribbean vacation close to home!

Located on 4.3 acres, the tropical-themed Splash Island includes three waterslides, an interactive play area for all ages including kiddie slides, water jets, ropes and guns, a gentle winding river, lily pad crossing, two pulsating vortexes, and plenty of deck space and grassy areas for sun bathing and family fun.  The park also includes a six lane competition pool with an attached diving well featuring two 1-meter springboards. NEW FOR 2012: Leisure River, a 900-foot long lazy-river style attraction where you can float on tubes along a 12-foot wide path, propelled by a current of water. Hot? Take the optional track through a rock waterfall and coconut tip buckets that will cool you off! There's also a water basketball court in the middle of the attraction. 


We already know that you will need plenty to eat and drink during your visit to Splash Island, so we have the best park food around at the SnacKabana Island Cafe!

Stop by SnacKabana for all your favorites including Pizza and our huge ballpark-style hot dogs with all the trimmings.

Other favorites include our large Hot & Soft Pretzels (don't forget the cheese sauce!) and Mucho Nachos with mounds of chips and taco meat.

No visit to Splash Island would be complete without Dippin Dots, "The Ice Cream of the Future!"  Plus you can wash it all down with icy cold Pepsi Products.

Since we are the best waterpark around, we let our Guests bring in coolers from home. However, we will need to take a look inside your cooler, and you must keep it in the cooler corral until you are ready to eat.  Please, no glass objects or commercially prepared food, and do your best to throw your trash into the nearest receptacle. You can also bring your own collapsible chairs.


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