June 24-25, 2021 Kalahari Water park

While researching things to do I found a program called Passport for Savings which had increasing discounts depending on how many activity tickets purchased at the same time.   The maximum discount was 35% which was a decent deal so I ordered tickets for 1. The Kalahari Waterpark 2. Go Carts 3. Mini-Golf 4.  Duck boat ride 5. Take Flight and 6. MagiQuest. which cost us $236 total for all six attractions.

The day was rather cloudy and cool so we decided to go to the Kalahari Waterpark first.  It used to be the world’s largest indoor waterpark so we figured we couldn’t go wrong regardless of the weather.  The waterpark is part of the Kalahari Resort chain which are decorated in an African theme. Entering the large lobby there are life size models of Rhino’s and elephants along with a watering hole display.

The Wave pool at Kalahari resorts was very large for an indoor pool

The Kalahari Waterpark was pretty much what you would expect of a small waterpark, except indoors.  There were waterslides a lazy river, small wave pool and even a swim up bar with an indoor/outdoor area.  We spent the entire day there and it was pretty decent especially when it started raining outside.  In the late afternoon the sun finally came out and we went to the outdoor waterpark which was basically a whole another waterpark and did some slides there as well.  The temperature was still on the cool side, especially when we were wet and waiting for our turn on the slides so we didn’t stay too long before going back inside.

The resort consisted of several hanger sized buildings full of waterpark goodness.

We left about 9 pm before heading back to the RV Park.

The next day it was just raining.  This was fine with us since we had a bit day yesterday and took the opportunity to do some homeschooling.





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