Friday, August 15, 2014

Camelbeach Waterpark Review #FAMTour #Poconos @CamelbeachPA #ThisIsMyBeach


* Disclosure: We received complimentary passes in order to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.*

Party of Five was invited to Camelbeach Water Park a couple of weeks ago. What a beautiful, memorable day we all had.

You can go on the website and they will tell you that the water park is the largest in Pennsylvania. They tell you about their amenities. You will also see that they have over 37 rides, slides, and attractions. All very inviting and exciting, but unless you actually go there they are just words.

We pulled up early in the morning to a not only HUGE water park, but gorgeous scenic look of the mountainside.  Adorned with vibrantly colored slides. Everywhere you turn there is a different type of water ride. I immediately turned back into a child. (Pricing for an adult is $37.99 and $27.99 for kids under 48 inches tall.)

We were escorted to our own private cabana and introduced to our cabana girl Isabel. (cabanas start at $119.00) Isabel was amazing and extremely accommodating. Especially when a large bug found its way into our cabana. She got one of her coworkers to kindly remove it so that we could fully enjoy our lavish trip. Our cabana was directly in perfect view of where the little kids were playing.

Pharaoh's Phortress is amazing with 8 different height and kind of water slides. The kids especially loved the giant tipping bucket. There is a nice round area with a bench built into the water perfect for parents to stay close and cool off.

We ordered lunch and it was brought directly to our cabana for convenience. The menu is pretty basic for poolside eats. All In all a decent  amount of items to choose from, burgers/ chicken fingers etc. The food was acceptable, really your typical theme park food. I do love that they have salads to choose from!

After lunch we took the kids over to another area with completely different slides called Camel Cove.  Camel Cove is a family area geared toward younger kids.  On the way there we noticed The Lazy River. We were going to go in but it seemed as though you couldn't go in unless you had a tube and we didn't want to wait for one. 

We walked over to some of the bigger slides. Kim and her kids went on Titan And What a giant! Eight stories high and almost the length of 3 football fields.  

Everywhere you turn in this park there is something to try or do.  There is quite literally something for everyone.  I have been to many water parks and I can honestly say that Camel Beach Is the best hands down . Everyone is friendly, the atmosphere screams fun, and most of all it is a safe place for the kids to be crazy yet safe. I truly felt so relaxed when we  left.  Gorgeous day, wonderful experience , nice memories, and most importantly EVERYONE had fun!

I 100% recommend Camel Beach for a family of any size! Fantastic alternative to a vacation you maybe can't afford at the moment.  We can not wait to take another trip there next year when they come out with their own hotel. Coming in spring of next year.  Kim went on a little tour to get a better idea of what's to come.  It sounds awesome! And I am so sure they won't disappoint. So hurry up and get there before summer is gone!

* Disclosure: We received complimentary passes in order to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.*

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