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Splash Kingdom Family Waterpark

7670 West 70th Street

Splash Kingdom Family Waterpark is a family oriented waterpark located in Shreveport, Louisiana . Splash Kingdom's water attractions operate approximately 100 days during the summer months.  Splash Kingdom is dedicated to being a safe and fun environment for families.  It offers plenty of summer fun for everyone. There are wave pools, slides, children's areas and a lazy river for those who want to just relax.



Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
This location has been slowly going downhill ever since Splash Kingdom took over. My family has gone every summer for the past 20 years, but next year we'll be going somewhere else as we've had enough. Under the Water Town USA name, water pressure in the Lazy River was much higher and you would get doused by the overhead pipes, now there is hardly anything falling on you. Water pressure has also gone down on all the slides, and without that lubrication people are getting unnecessarily injured with scrapes or even getting cut on the rough edges that more water flow would send you over no problem. The Wave Pool used to have much stronger waves that came more frequently, and you could go all the way to the end where the ladders are. After Splash Kingdom took over, the waves that do come out are small and the rope has been moving back farther and farther and is now a solid 50+ feet closer than it was. There are still signs saying only strong swimmers can go past it, but lifeguards started throwing fits when I did just that. Then there's The Cliff, an attraction that is still there where you used to be able to jump from two rocks overhanging a deep pool. You can still swim in the pool now, but cannot climb up and walk around or else lifeguards start shouting at you, and jumping from above is definitely out. Why this attraction is not allowed anymore is beyond me, as we were jumping off when we were 7 if not younger. Why it hasn't just been replaced instead of being a waste of space is also puzzling. Not far from that in the shallow lagoon area, there used to be monkey rings and everyone would compete trying to get across the water. Now there's nothing. And then there's just general safety, as foam padding has been removed from pillars in the water to expose their surfaces which are pockmarked with holes. Slides also seem to be closed more often with no reason given, lengthening the already-long lines as everyone who just walked up several stories of stairs settles for the few that are open at the time. This place is just not nearly as fun as it used to be, and even if we have to drive an extra hour or two, we'll be looking for other options starting next year.

Mel Hofler

Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018
Neat little Christian family owned waterpark. Best lifeguards we've ever seen. They were super attentive and constantly scanning the pool. We watched them save multiple weak swimmers and they did it phenomenally. All the staff was super friendly. There was a shortage of mats on the big slides and the wave pool produced small waves, but the activity pool and big slides we're so fun. Best staff in town!

michael bryant

Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018
This place has the worst staff. Lifeguards at top of slides have no direction and just sit back. You have to ask them if you can get on slide that clearly hasn't been used in 5 minutes. The food lines are a joke, no direction you pay and wait for your food in the same line so until your food is ready the people behind you have to wait until your food is ready to give their order. Better management and better direction could make this place more efficient.

Isabel Manshack

Monday, June 11, 2018
Good for all ages. Very clean and fun. Water depths are different depending on the pool but in the lazy river the water is about 3 ft. In the wave pool the depths change the further you walk into it but it is 1 to 6 ft. In the main pool depths are 1 ft to 12 ft. And toddler pool is about 1 or 2 feet and the splash is great for young toddler who can't swim or isn't tall enough for the pools. You don't have to be a good swimmer to enjoy being here. There ar3 water slides fun pools and food stands. Dads get in for free on Fathers day. Hours 11 to 6 and 11 to 7 Fridays and Saturdays.

Robert Braulick

Monday, July 23, 2018
Very very dirty rest rooms and that is we're you are suppose to change into your swimwear, we bought the meal deal,well it was the worst meal I have ever ate.the chips had to have been several days old and the burger was less than medium well. Although there is handicap parking there is nothing handicap accessible once inside. Not even a way to sit to change. I did find an unmarked door that turned out to be a family restroom,still no chairs to sit.there was a baby changing table but it would barely hold the wait of my clothes.i definitely would not have but a baby on it. I did bring my concerns to two different staffs and I I got in response was a smile and shrugged shoulders.all in all the kids did enjoy the water but did not enjoy the food either.

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