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From journal Weekend Getaway in San Antonio
May 10, 2004
I liked the park very much. It felt nice just to walk around. It is not extremely large, so you can make all the attractions in one day without rush, if you go there off the peak. (Well, the "water rides" part was not open yet, maybe that’s why we made it easily).
I am not going to write about shows, but there are plenty of them, you can check their website for more information and updates.
Let’s talk about the rides. We started at the first one we saw as we entered the park. It was Boomerang. It was still very early for me, as I couldn’t sleep the night before and I kind of overslept that morning; when I was supposed to be ready, I was still sleeping. Well, oh my God, this ride was such an "overdriving"! I had even stopped to think about the skipped breakfast. But it was fine; I felt best when I was riding upside down.
Then we walked through entire park and got to every, well almost every, ride. My number one? Definitely the Rattler! It is kind of scary when you look at the huge wooden construction, but we enjoyed, some of us even twice. It is thrilling ride, even though there are no twists, no "down the heads." Superman Crypton Coaster was awesome too. It is the only floorless ride here. I give you one piece of advice: wait for the front seats! It is worth the waiting. If you don’t like surprises, don’t ride the Poltergeist! And if you do, be ready for pretty accelerating start! It launches you from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds. You’d better watch your eyeball.
We did pretty much everything (except for kids’ rides), although I skipped the rides that did not seem appealing to me (somebody had to watch the bags and cameras, right?). Then there was time for some meal and a coffee. The weather was nice, even though there were some dark, heavy clouds and I thought it was going to rain. I think we were missing the rain so we decided to get wet on S.S. Overboard and, as we did not have enough and had already been wet, we went to the Gully Washer! Even a shower wouldn’t have made us this wet. . .
I have spent another relaxing and funny day in San Antonio. I enjoyed the entire park, every single ride. I slightly regret we did not see at least one show and did not bring swimsuits for the hot new Tornado, but oh well. It was a great experience anyway.
From journal How to Enjoy San Antonio
Osage City, Kansas
August 12, 2003
From journal Texas Hill Country
by Zetty Carrillo
San Antonio, Texas
June 25, 2003
There is a real large water park that my kids enjoy going to. They have plenty of chairs, but not a whole lot of shade. You will need to have your bathing suit and own towels. There are lockers that you can rent to put your personal belongings in.
At night, they have a real nice fireworks and laser light show that shouldn't be missed. If you are taking an older loved one, they do have wheelchairs available that can be checked out.
From journal Good Old San Antonio
January 17, 2002
From journal Relax in Austin
September 22, 2001
From journal San Antonio