Miami >Arts & Entertainment > Grapeland Water Park
1550 NW 37th Ave, Miami, FL | Directions 3312525.790161 -80.257059
May-September: Daily 9am-8pm
October-April: Daily 11am-5pm
Neighborhoods: West, Flagami
horrible – This is the worst place you want to go if you have small children. they made us leave after only 1.5 of playing because my son who just turned 3 refused to wear their life jacket and would not enter the water with it so after a while of convincing him i gave up(he would sit on a chair and refused to go to the water), he was unconfortable and i just wanted to have a nice and peacful day so i put his own life jacket on and they said he has to take it off or go home and after a little argument with them i just went home cause my peace was over and i have pool where i live where nobody bothers us so it wasnt worth staying and i am definitelly not comming back...they also wouldnt even let u take a little jouice for the baby or anything else as they want u to sit there all they and buy everything there...too silly...there r better places out there that are much more friendly and thats where we will be going on weekends ...
Fun for adults, A blast for kids. – I took my 3 year old daughter there last year along with my wife and had no idea what to expect. To my surprise we had an amazing time. The park was very kid friendly in the sense that the water was about 2 feet high, extremely clean. The slides and pool were also very fun. The workers were very friendly and parking was very convenient. They also have a side of the park for kids a little bigger with bigger slides and deeper water. We're waiting anxiously for the park to open again to go this year.
NICE WATERPARK...BUT IF THEY HAD NOT BUILT THE BASEBALL FIELD I COULD HAVE BEEN BIGGER. – I THINK THE WATERPARK IS A GREAT ADDITION TO MIAMI DADE, IT IS VERY SMALL AND PARKING IS NOT EASILY ACCESSIBLE. BUT THANK YOU THE CHILDREN OF MIAMI DADE REALLY NEED IT.
Get wet at this family-friendly water park, loaded with watery diversions and colorful artwork. – In Short
It's been a long time coming, but Miami finally has a water park. The municipal watering hole, also known as Black Beard's Beach, is a 13-acre playground of swimsuit soaking attractions. Grab an inner-tube and slowly meander through the 600-foot lazy river or hit the zero-entry swimming pool. Young children will appreciate a pair of shallow pools with slippery water slides and sprinkling seahorses. Local pop artist Romero Britto has several sculptures at the park, from the colorful 25-foot-tall swashbuckling pirate girl at the entrance to the water bucket that tips over every five minutes in the kiddie play area.
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