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Surf Lagoon Waterpark, Pooler

#9 of 10 in Things to do in Pooler
Water Park · Hidden Gem · Water / Amusement Park
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Surf Lagoon Waterpark reviews

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  • Great Place. Clean, Great workers. It is small. Three or four water slides, a pool and a lazy river but the price is great. Great for taking children and under because if you want to sit for...  more »
  • We loved this water park. It was small but nice. Our kids could use the entire park without not being able to touch. They loved the pool, slides, and the lazy river. So sad to hear that it's closed now. We were all sad when we found out they were closing.
  • Decent park, 4 slides. NOWHERE NEAR ENOUGH LIFEGUARDS and many of the rules didn’t seem to be followed. At one point the lifeguard for the slide pool wasn’t in the water or even looking at the water. It’s a small park even for the price but if you can do their one month pass it saves a lot and makes it totally affordable if you plan to lifeguard your own children. Bathrooms were NOT clean, many of the lounge chairs were broken and there weren’t enough chairs even on a day when they weren’t that busy. The lockers are expensive ($9 for small one) but that area was nice and clean. A simple solution I’d suggest for the long line at the slides: paint a colored stripe 2 ft from the left side rail all the way up the stairs for the line for the body slide to the left, and people waiting for the tube slide would stay to the right. Also, get the stop/go lights working at the slides. And post a list of common courtesies to remind patrons to share the tubes. Many would slide down and then not give up their tube to those waiting. I also saw many tubes sitting on lounge chairs that people were hoarding. They weren’t using the chairs OR the tubes but keeping others from using them. We had a disabled family member with us and had trouble finding somewhere for her to sit and even got yelled at by a patron there while trying to give her a place to sit.

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