Splash Kingdom Waterpark #Review PLUS a Giveaway | @SplashKingdomCa #Redlands ends 8/21

I sent my friend Ferly to Splash Kingdom Waterpark in Redlands, CA and here’s what happened…

Hi everyone! Ferly here and I am so happy to share the fun time we had at Splash Kingdom Waterpark in Redlands, CA. Summer just isn’t summer without some splashy fun, so we were more than happy to play and cool off at Splash Kingdom. In the Inland Empire, it can get pretty hot compared to the rest of Southern California, but we knew we were in for a cooler than cool time when we were greeted with this…

First Impressions

When you first drive up, you realize that it’s not a huge water park, but for my small family, it was just right. But don’t be fooled by it’s size because there is plenty to do for all ages. The other great thing about this place is that it’s not just a water park, but it’s also an indoor trampoline park SkyTown and a fun park complete with mini golf, bumper boats and arcade. It very easily lends itself to a return visit.

Fun for everyone in the family

For the more adventurous types, there are high and winding tube slides, and a fun wave pool that makes good sized waves every few minutes. We spent about half of our time in the wave pool because it was just so much fun for all of us.

For the lounging type, there is a lazy river to float around in with a few sights and fountains to make lounging exciting. We rented a double tube so my hubby, 4 year old son and I could all float around together. It was fun to splash around and make new friends with the “neighbors” we would bump into.

What I loved most about Splash kingdom is how much they had for little ones like my 4 year old. We started our day here and it was a nice way to introduce him to a water park since it was his first time. He loved the animal slides, water slides and fountains that he could splash around in. Later he even got brave and tried the floating obstacle course for the bigger boys.

Worth Checking Out

If you’re into summer fun, but not into huge crowds, this is the perfect place to go especially if you have toddlers or preschoolers. They also do birthday parties which I would consider doing for my son when he gets older. I loved that there was something fun for everyone to do. Any day where we can keep everyone in the family happy is a good day.

Disclosure: We received tickets in exchange for sharing a review with our readers. We paid for parking and tubing rentals. All opinions are our own. All images by Ferly Tangonan.

Splash Kingdom Waterpark
1101 N California St
Redlands, CA
(909) 335-7275
General Admission ( over 48″ tall) $29.99
Junior Admission (under 48″ tall, ages 3+) $16.99
Senior (65+) $9.99
After 4PM Admission $16.99

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Review by Ferly Tangonan. Ferly blogs at GiftsWeUse.com. She is a wife, mom and blogger on a journey to a clutter free house and life. With her passion for keeping families organized, she hopes to inspire others by using gifts to grow, love and serve others.

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