Ocean Breeze Waterpark
Whether you relax and float down Adventure River or brave the slide at Neptune's Revenge, you can be sure there's a water adventure at the park for you. To save money and time, prebook online admission, including options to skip-the-line with certain passes or get VIP treatment when you book a cabana. Pair a visit to Ocean Breeze Waterpark with a Virginia Beach ocean outing or a hike at the nearby Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
Things to Know Before You Go
Ocean Breeze Waterpark is perfect for families, with rides for all ages, like the always-popular lazy river.
The park offers lockers for a small fee.
Be sure to wear a swimsuit, and bring a towel and water-resistant sunscreen.
Members of the military, seniors, patrons with disabilities, and kids enjoy discounted entry.
The park offers a pool lift in the TropiCool area, and provides aquatic wheelchairs.
How to Get There
Ocean Breeze Waterpark is about 2 miles (3 kilometers) from the Virginia Beach oceanfront. The most convenient way to visit the park is to drive via I-264 E and then take advantage of the free on-site parking. From the parking lot, hop on the tram for a quick ride to the park entrance.
When to Get There
The seasonal Ocean Breeze Waterpark is typically open in summer. Plan to visit when the weather is warm to enjoy all the rides, and avoid the typical weekend crowds by coming earlier in the week. Budget-conscious travelers get the best value with twilight admission—arrive after 4pm for a discount.
How to Enjoy the Great Outdoors in Virginia Beach
Virginia Beach offers plenty of opportunities to splash around with the family, from watersports to outdoor exploration. Athletic travelers can opt for a stand-up paddleboard outing or surf lessons, while nature enthusiasts might prefer a dolphin-spotting kayak adventure. Most tours depart from the oceanfront near the Virginia Beach Boardwalk, or in the protected bays along Little Neck Creek.