May 5, 2016 2:51 pm

Waterpark1 You will be amazed at how huge this place is being that it is located in the middle of nowhere! There are slides for all ages, a pirate ship, kiddie pools, kiddie slides, adult slides and bumper boats. Wet Fun is also expanding this year with four lane race slides currently under construction. The grounds are very well landscaped and the pools are very clean. As you walk around the park, everything is in Spanish and very much a local’s hot spot. The gates and ticket booths are reminiscent of a mini Disney style experience. The huge orchard parking lot positions you in such a way that you’re unable to see or hear any of the attractions making every discovery a surprise. The park has a grill called “Pelican Jacks”, as well as others that serve excellent hamburgers, chicken nuggets, ceviche and quesadillas. They also have snacks, drinks, beer and ice cream for purchase. The food is relatively inexpensive. Wet Fun caters to the locals so costs are low. There is plenty of covered seating as well as large grass areas with picnic benches for perfect afternoons with large groups. If you are going, the hours adjust frequently so make sure they are open! They do close during the winter months and reopened on March 28. The cost for children ages 3-10 is 125 pesos and adults is 175 pesos. They accept cash only. Don’t except to see billboard on the way, the only signage is a small blue street sign that if you blink will be missed. Parque Acuatico, A hidden gem in every sense. *    ]]>