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The Mussel Beach Wave Pool is the place to be for the whole family. Great lounge area with umbrellas, soft beach and crystal clear water. Waves reach up to 3.5 feet, in six different patterns, every ten minutes! Surf them, jump them, ride them---you can't have too much fun here. A favorite for all ages. Recommended for all swimmers.
Tadpole Lagoon - Pink frogs, silly Pelicans, floating alligators and raining umbrellas bring plenty of fantasy and water fun for children. Only 18 inches of water, but enough to get wet and feel like you're in the ocean. This area is restricted to children under 7, with parental supervision, of course.
Squid Row - Two daring tube rides with high speed curves and drops - one opened, one closed. What could be more exciting than to travel through those pulse-racing curves and heart-pounding drops and not be able to anticipate what's coming next? If that's too much for you, then ride the open flume, you can see where you're going but it's still a thrilling ride. Recommended for the more advanced rider.
Harpoon Lagoon - No waves here, but lots of room to swim and have fun. If you can reach the overhead ropes, try to cross the pool on the floating lilly pads. This attraction gives new meaning to the saying 'the bigger they are, the harder they fall.' Hey, but its only in water and you can try again! Or if you're not a swimmer, then play under the two raining umbrellas. This is a good family pool with different activities for all ages.
Herring River Run - Take a leisurely float in a tube on the running river. A great ride for the youngest to the oldest guest. A few sprays, cascading waterfalls, and some easy waves to keep the ride interesting. Usually Mom's and Dad's favorite, this ride is recommended for all guests.
Pirate's Plunge - You'll feel like you're walking the plank and dropping off into space in this flume, so hold on to your swimsuit. As you enter the black tube, you cannot see anything more. Your stomach drops, you try to scream but no words come out as you go straight down in total darkness. When you see the light, the ride is over. It's so fast, you'll have to do it again to figure out what happened. Definitely for the thrill seeker and advanced rider.
The Canal - Start 6 stories high, and twist and turn down one of the longest tube rides on the East Coast. Smooth and easy going, this ride is recommended for our guest who wants a little excitement, but not too much challenge.
Hurricane Hill - Filled with unpredictable twists and turns, tunnels and dips, each hurricane slide will take you on the water ride of your life. Over 50 feet high, Hurricane Hill is home to 3 serpentine slides and 2 speed slides. Our oldest, but still one of the most popular rides. This ride is recommended for the more athletic and thrill seeking guest.
Minnows & Guppies Way - A human car wash, suspension bridge and slide, water igloo, raining umbrella, spraying turtle, floating alligator, mini-minnow slide, sprays and spouts of water are all located on a soft surface for our toddlers. No skinned knees here! Lounge areas for Moms and Dads are right at waters edge. Restricted to children under 7, with parental supervision.
Admission: $37.00 (After 4PM - $26.00)
Under 48' and Seniors(65+): $20.00
Children 2 and Under: FREE
3031 Cranberry Highway, East Wareham, MA, 02571 map
Located on Routes 6 & 28 (Near Buzzards Bay). Only 5 minutes from Routes 25 & I-95. 20 minutes from Falmouth, 20 minutes from Plymouth.
From Points South: Take 195 East to exit 22A to Route 25. Take exit 1 off 25, through 5 lights. Water Wizz will be on your right.
From Points West: Take 495 to Route 25. Continue with the above directions from Route 25.
From Points North: Take Route 3 south to the Sagamore Rotary. Pick up Route 6 West, to the Bourne Rotary. Continue 4 miles on 6 West. Water Wizz is on route 6 on your left.
From Points East: Take 6 West to the Sagamore Rotary continue with the above directions from the Sagamore Rotary.
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