It’s summer and what better way to beat the heat than with a trip to your favorite water park. White Water Bay is one of the best in Oklahoma City in our opinion. They have tons of slides and rides, lots of space to lounge, and if you go during the week it’s usually not too crowded.
There is so much to do at White Water Bay. We spent the entire afternoon there an never ran out of things to do. Between the raft and slide rides, the lazy river, and wave pool there was enough entertainment to keep us busy all day. Our favorite was the lazy river... it’s huge! I also loved that there are several spots to get in and out of the river so you can use it as a highway through the park to get to the various rides and pools.
We have a large age range in our family so we love venues that have entertainment for all ages. White Water had fun thrill rides for my husband and teenager who love that sort of stuff. They had a great kid pool for my youngest. They also had the lazy river and the wave pool for people like me who like a slower pace. They have something for the entire family.
We also loved the facility. It was clean and well maintained. They had lockers for rent that were really convenient for storing all of our valuable items. They had several places to grab a snack if you got hungry or thirsty. Tons of lifeguards everywhere for safety. We were impressed with the staff who were always helpful when we needed them for questions. Even the rides were great, the lines were not too long the day we went, and very orderly.
What You Need to Know:
Hours: It varies depending on the day but typically they are open daily from 10:30 am to 7 or 8 pm. Check hours here!
Tickets: Daily tickets are $29.99 (online) and children under 2 are free
Parking: $15 fee
Additional Costs: Lockers (depend on size) $12-20 (we got the smallest and were able to fit all of our stuff for the entire family inside) Tubes (if you want for lazy river & wave pool) $8-10.
Tips: Go during the weekdays it’s less crowded and the lines are shorter. Bring in your own tubes if you don’t want to pay for a rental. I brought pool noodles instead and used those in the lazy river and wave pool. You can not bring in outside food or drink but they do have ice chest storage so you could go out to that area and then come back into the park if you don’t want to pay for food and drinks in the park.