Things to Do: Visit Water World in Dothan

Water World in Dothan

There’s a hot spot to cool off now that’s open for weekend fun before the summer rush. Visit Water World in Dothan to slide into refreshing fun as the weather warms up this month!

What to Expect

Water World in Dothan is another way to say, “family fun!” The municipal water park officially opened for the season last weekend. Ride three-foot waves every 10 minutes in the 450,000-gallon Rip Tide Wave Pool once again.

Twisted up about which of the three loopy body slides to pick? Relax, and slide down them all! To clarify, the Twister Slides feature a speed slide, closed-flume slide and open-flume slide. Did we mention they all start from a 40-foot tower?

Flush the week away with a weekend ride down the Storm Bowl. Literally swirl around and down the eye of the storm. There’s also the Great White for the braver water park fans. It’s described as a “steep, chilling, high-velocity” slide.

Need a minute? Meet you at the “beach” in front of the wave pool. Chill out and soak up the sun. Maybe get a bite at the concession stand too!

Don’t forget Kids Cove, featuring water cannons, kid-friendly slides, tippy buckets and more!

What to Know

Open Saturdays from 10 a.m. to  5 p.m. now through Sept. 6th. Sunday hours are 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Then Water World in Dothan will be open on Memorial Day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Afterwards, the summer season starts!

The regular seasons begins Wed., June 9th. Click here for the full schedule.

Upcoming Special Events

Not sure what to do for Mother’s Day? Be cool. Bring mom and the kids to Water World in Dothan on May 9th. Pay half price for Mom when she’s with her kid!

We found Nemo, but has anyone seen Dory? Spotted! A special showing of “Finding Dory” is coming soon to a wave pool near you. Make plans for a movie night to remember Friday, May 21st, at Water World!

Stay current by liking and following Water World on social media. Find them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Location and Tickets

Find all the fun at 401 Recreation Road. Tickets range in price based on height with the exception of seniors. Daily tickets range from $2 for seniors and littles to $14 to $16. Other costs include tube rentals and locker deposits.

However, save with season passes, family passes and season tube passes! Click here for all ticket options.

Summary

When the sun and fun are done, it’s time to head to the comfort of home. If you are searching for that comfortable place, stop by Meadow Ridge.

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