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What to Bring to Visit a Water Park

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1.Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen. No one should go without waterproof sunscreen with SPF of 50 or higher. You should also reapply frequently, after getting in the water and especially after riding body slides.

2.Swimsuits without buttons or zippers are recommended since those with may not be permitted since they can damage certain slides.

3.One-piece suits for women are recommended, unless you're willing to possibly put on a show. Free-fall and speed slides are notorious for borrowing your bikini.

4.Swim diapers are usually required for infants and toddlers. Bring them or you'll pay a premium at the park's gift shop.

5.Sunglasses and a hat are great if you plan to lounge around the wave pool or float the lazy river all afternoon.

6.Flip flops, water socks or plastic shoes for walking around the park. The concrete and surfaces in park can become unbearable on a hot summer day.

7.Some parks rent a towel, but it's recommended that you bring your own.

8.Check with the park you plan to visit to see if they permit you to bring food and drinks.Bottled water is welcome at nearly all parks.

9.While outside food may not be welcome inside your park, you can always pack a cooler and have lunch in the parking lot or some parks even provide a picnic area outside the front gate.
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