Waterpark Rhodes is one of the most popular family-focused attractions on Rhodes, so purchasing tickets in advance is a must to avoid a long line to get in. The park features five extreme slides—the Kamikaze, the Free Fall, the Turbo, the Space Bowl, and the Twister—as well as a number of slides suitable for visitors of all ages, including the Boomerang, Rafting Slide, two Black Hole slides, and the Crazy Cone Slide. Beyond the water slides, visitors can relax in the wave pool, lazy river, or kiddie attractions like the Tipping Bucket, Pirate Ship, and Wet Bubble.
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Things to know before you go
- Attractions are divided by age, with separate areas for extreme slides, family-friendly slides, and toddler attractions.
- The park offers a number of areas fitted out with sunbeds and umbrellas, and there are storage lockers for hire, changing rooms, and showers.
- There are five snack bars and fast-food restaurants inside the park, serving everything from ice cream to light meals.
- Rather than paying with cash in the park, visitors load money onto a waterproof wristband known as Splash Cash that they use to pay at shops and snack bar stands throughout the park.
- Hop on the small train to get around the park without getting footsore.
- Waterpark Rhodes is accessible to wheelchairs, but some attractions are not suitable for those with limited mobility. Request information at the entrance.
- Lifeguards are on duty at all the pools and slides; there is a minimum height requirement for some of the slides and rides.
How to get there
Waterpark Rhodes is located 7.5 miles (12 kilometers) from Rhodes, opposite the hotel Esperos Palace. A free bus transfer is available from the city center of Rhodes and from the south of the island, and there is also a large parking lot.
When to get there
The water park is only open in the summer months when it often gets crowded on weekends or holidays. Arrive early to enjoy the slides before the lines get too long and claim the best sun loungers and umbrellas.
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