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When to Visit to Avoid the Crowds

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America has hundreds of water parks, both indoors and outdoors and of course we'd all rather visit when crowds are light.Try visiting on a weekday instead of a weekend. Saturdays and holiday weekends are consistently the busiest days.You might try visiting an indoor water park in the summer, since many will opt for an outdoor park instead, but this trick won't work for indoor waterparks in a resort area.

Always start your day by arriving before the park opens to beat the heat and crowds. You'll find you can ride more attractions in the first hour than you can for several hours during the peak afternoon rush.

Show up in the late afternoon when the crowds are leaving. Water parks often offer admission discounts in the late afternoon or early evening to reward late arrivals.Many parks allow re-entry, so you might consider arriving early, leaving for the middle of the day and returning in the late afternoon for more fun.

Admission discounts
Besides the discounted water park admission tickets sold here on UltimateWaterpark.com you may look for deals from Costco, AAA and local in-market promotions at fast food restaurants or grocery stores.

What to bring
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.

Swimsuits without buttons or zippers are recommended since those with may not be permitted since they can damage certain slides.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.Swim diapers are usually required for infants and toddlers. Bring them or you'll pay a premium at the park's gift shop.
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