Blow up water parks for kids, any pros / cons? Are they worth the money and get lots of use?

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  • We don’t have one; we do have other blow up pools. They require cleaning and of course supervision when in use.

  • These are such a hassle but once up the kids really enjoy it

  • If you are talking about the ones you have at home I’d say they are a pain to fold up and store.

  • Are you talking about one you can use at home? Like a slip and slide?
    We love going to some of the free water parks in our area.

  • I think it depends on the cost to get in, the travel involved and how much kids love water play. I personally think they are over priced and don’t see the value.

  • We have attended some with our older kids and it sure was fun. I think it’s important the kids are water safe and able to swim well.
    I think like swimming pools, fatal injuries can also occur at waterparks, although they are rare. However, anywhere there is water, drowning is always a frightening possibility. In addition to causing injuries, water parks can also cause recreational water illnesses (RWIs). They are found in water that is contaminated by germs or chemicals.

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