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Adventure Island - Good Things To Know About ...

Once again, it’s simplest to refer you to the Good Things to Know About ... sections of Chapter One and the Aquatica chapter. These notes apply specifically to Adventure Island.


You have two options for creating your own private space at Adventure Island. The Wave Pool Cabanas, situated as the name would suggest, overlooking the wave pool, come with a locker, a refrigerator, eight bottles of water and four souvenir towels. The charge is $150 for the day between Memorial Day and Labor Day, $125 at other times.

Less elaborate are Mango Joe’s Chiki Huts, located behind the restaurant near the volleyball courts. They are simple, palapa-like shelters and come with a locker and four chaise lounges. They rent for $60 during peak times, $40 the rest of the season. Passport holders get a ten percent discount on both.

Day Camps

During the summer months, Adventure Island offers week-long (Monday to Friday) day camps for younger kids. There are two groups, Wave Makers for grades five and six and Hydra Heroes for grades seven and eight. Both camps run from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and cost $235. Passport holders receive a $10 discount. The focus is Adventure Island, but there are excursions elsewhere.


Lockers are $8 and there is only one size. As at Aquatica, they allow in and out access all day long. You receive a $3 gift card when you return the key. However, it is redeemable only at Adventure Island, so one way or another you are paying $8. Best to cash it in towards a tall frosty before you head out of the park.


A number of items are available for rent. Beach umbrellas are $10. Strollers and wheelchairs are $10. Volleyballs are free with a photo ID or annual pass. The admission price includes free use of inner tubes in designated areas of the park and life vests for all guests.


Adventure Island does not rent towels. You will either have to bring your own, borrow one from your hotel, or buy one at the park’s gift shop — which is not a bad idea, actually, since they make a great souvenir.

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