Sun Splash Family Waterpark, Cape Coral

#3 of 7 in Theme Parks in Southwest Gulf Coast
Water Park · Hidden Gem · Water / Amusement Park
Sun Splash Family Waterpark is Southwest Florida’s largest waterpark with more than 14 acres of slides, pools, food and fun for all ages. It is located at 400 Santa Barbara Blvd., just 2.5 miles north of Veterans Parkway in Cape Coral, Fla., and is open seasonally March through September. Sun Splash is owned and operated by the City of Cape Coral Parks & Recreation Department. For hours, ticket information, and directions to the park, visit the Sun Splash website at or call 239-574-0558.

With over 14 acres of thrilling water slides, pools, and activities for all ages, Sun Splash Family Water park is the perfect place to slide into adventure! Open seasonally March-September, Sun Splash offers a family friendly environment with affordable pricing, plus a courteous and well-trained staff. For aquatic fun that will have your whole family smiling, Sun Splash Family Water park is the coolest place to beat the heat!
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  • The park is clean and this just makes for a good family fun day. There are places to eat that are reasonably priced.  more »
  • I re-visited this water park on Labor Day Weekend and I enjoyed it. The new gift shop is no longer built into a trailer and the Buccaneer Bites restaurant (which I named) had a better assortment of...  more »
  • I went there and it was fun'the slides were fun and so was the lazy river. There are a decent amount of things to do. The food wasn't great but it was good. The price for the food was to much for what they give you. My mom bought cheese sticks for like 7 bucks and only gave me 4 sticks. Do you really think a 13 year old would get full out of that. After a while it started to storm 10 MILES AWAY (no exaggerate). Disney and adventure island does a warning when it starts storming 1 mile away. We were there for only a few hours and gave no rain check to us while everyone else got one. We spent over 150 dollars just for 2 and a half hours for that. People were there for like 5 hours and still got a rain check. If your going to go to a water park, go to Disney or adventure island. They actually have service and give rain checks no matter what.
  • Although on the smaller was nice, clean, lifeguards were vigilant in doing they're jobs. Like any other park you pay for parking, small locker for your stuff, etc.. but that's expected. I will say I did one of the 3 really tall "free fall" slides where you have to lay flat feet and arms crossed. Well it tore holes in my bathing suit and scraped up my spine pretty good it hurt to the point I wasn't laying flat anymore because every section of the slide was scraping my back bone so that was a little scary. I'd recommend skinny people pad their back with something!

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