Saturday, June 9, 2001 2:55 PM
Just incase you didn't now, there's a brand new 58 acre water park in Canandaigua, NY called Roseland Water park. (named after the old roseland amusement park). For more information, go to www.roselandwaterpark.com
Saturday, June 9, 2001 4:22 PM
have you been there yet amusementparkfanatic85? im about 1/2 and hour away from it and will probly go down there a couple times this summer
*** This post was edited by Ryan316 on 6/9/2001. ***
Sunday, June 10, 2001 6:53 AM
Yes i have been there...in fact i work there as a life gaurd. It's a pretty nice park. It's not the biggest but i do think it beats out sea breeze and darien lake's water parks. The attractions include two speed slides, a family raft slide, three tube slides, a kiddie lagoon, a lazy river, a wave pool and muar lake which you can take kayaks, canoes and a pontoon boat on. There is also a fishing hole too. Plus, there is plenty of room to expand in the future! (58 acres total.)
Sunday, June 10, 2001 5:44 PM
That doesn't sound all like THAT much is really there to do...
No offense at all... since it is a new park... but it really needs to add more to be with it. I would say that SFDL would have had that beaten in 1998 when they had their other slides in!!!
I guess the main question will remain... is it the best waterpark in town, or is there a better one within driving distance?? Ie: Is Wet N Wild in Preudommes Landing in Canada better??
Personally, I'm apprehensive about this park for the sheer fact if it's worth spending a day there for 20 bucks. Sounds relatively cheap, but keep in mind... it's just a water-park, and does it truly offer anything totally unique and original that isn't offered to any parks around here??
I saw a special on The Travel Channel during Memorial Day on the best Water-Parks, and they sure had some really wikid original slides. One of them (offered at a couple different parks) had you go down a normal slide then into a giant bowl and let it spin & spin you until you flow out the center (like a giant toilet bowl!).
I think it needs a set of 4 regular slides in order to get my repeated business... but that's only judging from what you said and what I read on their web site!
Sunday, June 10, 2001 6:16 PM
I went to their website and contacted them and they replied saying that they are sending me a huge packet about their new park:)
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