CoCo Key Water Resort
To splash around at the year-round water park, prebook your discounted day passes to CoCo Key Water Resort. Buying ahead of time lets you save time by skipping ticket lines and jumping right in the pool. Sports fans can pair a visit to the park with a baseball or football game at Truman Sports Complex, while families can stop by after a day at the Kansas City Zoo—it's about a 15-minute drive from the park.
Things to Know Before You Go
Be sure to bring a towel and appropriate swimwear.
Combo deals are a great way to visit the arcade and water park for one low price.
Video game fans shouldn't miss KeyQuest Arcade, with more than 50 games.
If you're not swimming, pick up discounted non-swimmer passes.
Kids aged 2 and younger—and adults aged 65 and older—are admitted free of charge.
CoCo Key is wheelchair accessible; Lazy River has lift-access for guests who need to be lowered into the water.
How to Get There
CoCo Key is located in Kansas City, on the terrace level of the Adam’s Mark Hotel & Conference Center. The most convenient way to visit the park is to drive and park on site. Plan to take I-70, and find CoCo Key a short drive from the Blue Ridge Cutoff exit.
When to Get There
Check opening days and hours before visiting CoCo Key, which is typically open Friday through Sunday in fall and winter, with additional opening days on school holidays and in summer. Otherwise, expect crowds on Saturday and Sunday and when the hotel is hosting a conference.
Where to See a Sports Game in Kansas City
The Truman Sports Complex, which hosts two professional sports teams, is located about a mile (1.6 kilometers) from the CoCo Key Water Resort. If you like baseball, prebook tickets to see a Kansas City Royals game at Kauffman Stadium, while football lovers should prebook tickets to see the Kansas City Chiefs play at Arrowhead Stadium.