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Old 07-27-2018, 11:19 AM   #1
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What is the best water park for a 7, 8 and 9 year old? And why? Thanks!
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Old 07-27-2018, 12:36 PM   #2
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When my kids were that age, they like Blizzard Beach. There is a pre-teen section with ropes over 'iceburgs' that they really enjoyed.
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Agree, Blizzard Beach for Ski-Patrol. Ice caps along with the zip line drop and tube slides right there!

The lazy river is longer at Blizzard Beach and Team Boat Springs is a great family raft ride. There are also more kid-friendly slides on the other side of the "mountain" and the wave pool offers rolling waves. It's fun to take the ski lift up the mountain!
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I agree, Blizzard Beach would be the best option for that age.
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Agree, Blizzard Beach for Ski-Patrol. Ice caps along with the zip line drop and tube slides right there!

The lazy river is longer at Blizzard Beach and Team Boat Springs is a great family raft ride. There are also more kid-friendly slides on the other side of the "mountain" and the wave pool offers rolling waves. It's fun to take the ski lift up the mountain!
Wow, never knew lazy river is longer at B.B.! We enjoy both parks.
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