|The obstacle course and slides|
We decided to take advantage of their reduced rates after 4 PM on Saturdays and arrived around 5 PM. The drive there took us through what seemed to be an office park and just as we were about to doubt that we were going the right way, the entrance to Dutch Springs appeared.
We signed our waivers and paid at the ticket office, though both can be accomplished online. After getting back in the car we gave our tickets at the gate and pulled into a parking space close to the bath house and snack bar. We quickly changed, put on plenty of sun screen and headed for the water. The lake at Dutch Springs is from a man made quarry, and it can be very cold water. I was looking forward to it on this 95 degree day.
After placing our towels on the grass, we headed to get life jackets which everyone is required to wear. They supply the life jackets and have staff that will help make sure they are the correct fit. We ventured into the lake, and it was very refreshing! We first stopped at one of the trampolines, then the climbing walls, and then the obstacle course.
|Rock wall with "Fat Boy" in the background|
After a total of about two hours, we were tired and ready to head to the snack bar. After eating and getting refreshed, we headed home for the day. After experiencing the Aqua Park, I'd recommend it for older children, and those that are adventurous. Lots of upper body strength helps too!
Things to Remember:
1. Water shoes would be extremely helpful on the slippery inflatables.
2. You can take your own picnic lunch, but there's also a fully stocked snack bar.
3. There isn't much shade in the grassy lake-side area, but I saw many people with tents.
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