Make sure to apply sunscreen for at least 15 minutes before entering the water and re-apply afterwards.
2. Swimsuit and/Or rash guard.
All swimmers should wear a swimsuit or rash guard to protect their skin from the sun and possible irritation caused by chlorine.
3. Goggles or masks.
Swimmers should wear goggles or a mask to protect their eyes from the water.
4. Flip flops or water shoes.
Flip flops or water shoes should be worn to protect the feet from cuts and scrapes.
A towel should be used to dry off after being in the water or to sit on while relaxing outside of the pool.
6. Snacks and drinks.
Bringing snacks and drinks will provide fuel for a long day at the water park.
7. Change of clothes.
Be sure to pack a change of clothes, in case guests get wet while playing in the water.
8. A floatation device for small children.
It is important to bring a floatation device for any child who may not be able to swim on their own.
9. Proper identification/Documentation for each individual in the party.
Most parks require guests to provide proof of identity before entering the park.
10. Cash for additional items like lockers or food purchases.
Many water parks require cash for additional items, so be sure to bring extra money with you.