Growing up water parks were my jam (can I still say Jam? Is that hip or nah?) Anywho…I loved them. It was always a special treat to go to a water park when we were little. I waited what seemed like forever until I was tall enough that I could get on the water log rides. Imagine my excitement when I learned Serenity loved the water too. I knew she was going to be up for any water adventures in our future. Luckily, she is and her sister has been too, though she’s still too little for most things.
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We were recently hosted and had the chance to check out Dorney Park Wildwater Kingdom and the girls had so much fun. It was a bit chilly since it was early June, but after the girls warmed up to the fun a bit, they had a blast. The great thing about Wildwater Kingdom at Dorney Park is that there are so many things for kids to do beyond just rides, especially for little ones, like our Storm. They have designated kid areas all over Wildwater Kingdom that have sprinklers, waterspouts, smaller slides, and even a submarine.
Of course, if you have older ones, there’s plenty for them to do as well, including almost a dozen rides for those over 48″.
The girls (and their friend) loved the water spouts and trying to hide them or sit on top of them. Another fun spot was the wave pool. It’s always funny to me to see how much my girls love the waves. To me, it seems, at that age, it might be a bit scary but they love it. Next up in the kiddie area, was this insanely fun submarine where kids can go down a host of different slides and actually walk around inside the submarine.
Lastly, is this gated (which I love as a parent) area called Water Works. The girls ran around dumping and pouring water, going down slides, and more. At the end of the day, they loved relaxing in the sun (Serenity says “sunbathing”) until they dried off.
They were all sad to go home, but we promised that we would be back around soon!
As always, Dorney Park pleases the entire family. Head to DorneyPark.com for ticket purchases.