Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Carlsbad: LEGOLAND Water Park – Splish, Splash Fun



As summer heats up, cool down at LEGOLAND California’s newest addition, the world’s first and only LEGOLAND Water Park. The 5.5-acre Water Park is located at the north end of LEGOLAND and is the single biggest addition to the park since it opened in 1999.


The centerpiece of the Water Park is a 45-foot tall LEGO-themed tower from which four main water slides originate. There are wide slides, tube slides, twisty curvy and straight slides. There’s a Lazy river for floating, a water play area for toddlers, and interactive water stations where kids can combine their imagination and creativity with LEGO elements. Lounge chairs line the sandy beach areas where you can sit under a shady palm or you can relax in one of the 11 rental cabanas situated around the Water Park. Dining options include snack carts as well as a beach-themed restaurant specializing in burritos and wraps. Of course there are retail shops from which you can purchase souvenirs and LEGO-branded items. It’s a full day of refreshing fun for the whole family. The Water Park, like LEGOLAND itself, is geared towards families with children ages 2 - 12 years.

LGOLAND Water Park at LEGOLAND California is located in Carlsbad off Interstate 5, about 30 minutes north of San Diego and one hour south of Anaheim. Admission to the Water Park is an additional $12 upgrade from the standard LEGOLAND admission of $67 adults, $57 children ages 3-13 years, and $57 seniors over 60 years. Various multi-day ticket packages are available. Parking is $12 per car.

More Information: LEGOLAND Water Park
One Legoland Drive, Carlsbad, CA 92008
Phone: 760-918-5346

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14 comments:

  1. Oooh...that looks like SO much fun! Wonderful post for the theme!

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  2. oh my boys ove LEGO! esp star wars LEGO...but that sounds like a lot of fun..

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  3. The place would be perfect on a hot sunny day!

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  4. Nice! Looks like a great way to spend a hot day! Happy TT...

    PS - After reading Brian's comment, I am now imagining a Star Wars Lego water park. Yes, I know...I'm a little weird. :)

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  5. Imagine that! Structures people use made of legos. Wow. But those admission prices are even more amazing.....LOL

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  6. I've always wanted to visit Legoland, if only it weren't so expensive.

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  7. Thank you for popping on over to my blog! Ah it is so nice to meet another Cally Native!
    Very nice blog you have here, lots of useful information, places to see and things to do.

    Have a nice day!

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  8. It certainly sounds wonderful - but if the water slides are made out of lego bricks won't they be a little "bumpy" to ride down?

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  9. This sounds brilliant. We print some brochures for Legoland & I have been envious to anyone who has been there!

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  10. now that's just the ticket!! Water and park !! Great post!! happy tt!

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  11. Wow. My grandson would love this. Water slides are among his favorite things. Great TT post.

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  12. what inviting place to be during summer time.

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  13. Awww looks like awesome fun for the ankle biters. I'm envying your warm weather right now. Bring on Spring!

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