We spent Sunday enjoying the opening weekend of Knott's Soak City in Buena Park with some of my favorite Mom Bloggers. It was my family's first trip to a water park and it definitely won't be our last. Knott's Soak City in Orange County is a 13-acre water park adjacent to Knott's Berry Farm with 17 tube slides, a crazy wave pool, awesome lazy river and the most exciting toddler playground I have ever seen. This year Open Season is from May 19th-September 3rd and hours vary based on the day of the week.
The first thing we did upon arrival was rent a cabana. There are plenty of lounge chairs located all throughout the water park, but we usually travel with so much baggage that it's easier for us to have a secluded cabana to store all of our stuff while we are off playing. Our cabana was located above the wave pool at Tidal Wave Bay. We had an amazing view of the entire water park.
Kristin Enriquez served up with a smile. Kristin and Crystal were so great with all the kids and made it a point to see that we had everything we needed. Thank You Ladies!
You can't miss the Harbor Waterworks playground smack dab in the center of the water park. It's a three story high structure filled with canons, buckets, slides and much more. I managed to catch a couple quick videos of Jackson and Mya taking on the slides before my cameras started getting wet:
We were the last family to leave the park. I wanted to see everything once it had settled down and waters were still. It was such a serene sight. I am in love with this place. Check out these photos of the waveless wave pool!
A BIG THANK YOU to everyone at Knott's Soak City for having us. Our first visit has left us wanting more. We are already making plans to take our extended family this weekend for Memorial Day. I suggest purchasing a Season Pass! A Season Pass gives you entry to all 3 Southern California Soak City Water Parks! Buena Park, Palm Springs and San Diego. You have the option to pay in full or break it up into 3 monthly installments. For more info on Season Passes, click here.
Disclosure: I was not paid or compensated for this post. I was invited to a media day at the water park. These are just my two cents!