Blue Bayou Water Park and sister park Dixie Landin' provide thrills and family fun all year round. This theme and water park in Baton Rouge is easy to access from Interstate 10, about an hour's drive from New Orleans.
If you're looking to some adventure to your vacations, look no further than the rides at Blue Bayou Water Park. More than twenty action-packed attractions are found throughout the park, keeping you cool on warm days and filling your need for speed. The High Water Slide twists and turns with a seven-story drop, while the Ragin' Cajun towers eight stories high.
The Mad Moccasin isn't as high as some of the other rides at Blue Bayou Waterpark, but it has a thrill all it own—riders race through the serpentine slide in total darkness. You'll also find fun with the newest addition, Racers, one of the fastest and tallest water racing slide found anywhere.
Beyond the rides at Blue Bayou Waterpark, visitors can continue their tours with time at Dixie Landin', home to roller coasters, tasty treats, and great shopping. Another Ragin' Cajun, this time a steel coaster, loops and drops from an astounding fourteen stories up. You'll also find fun on the Splinter, the log flume, with a 50-foot drop. The Giant Wheel is an excellent place to slow down and admire the views of the park, while the carousel and the train ride remain family favorites. A kiddie section is full of rides perfect for the younger set.
When it's time for a meal, you'll have many choices for tasty bayou flavors. Sweet Magnolia serves up theme park favorites such as cotton candy and funnel cakes, while Dixie Dilly offers more substantial fare. Quick snacks and refreshments are available from various carts spread throughout the theme park.
In the summer, Blue Bayou Water Park transforms into one of the finest venues in southern Louisiana for live music. Concerts are free with admission, and a select number of reserved seats are available for a small extra fee. On sultry bayou nights, top-notch artists in rock, country, jazz, and other genres take to the stage.
If you want to spend the night nearby, you'll have many choices of where to stay, as there are plenty of options for Baton Rouge lodging. Whether your budget is best suited for cheap hotels or you're looking for luxury, you'll find a place to relax after a day of fun at the park. Those on tight budgets will want to look for Blue Bayou Water Park coupons to save on admission. You also could save money on meals; while outside food is not allowed, you can enjoy a picnic outside the park. All you need to get is your hand stamped for re-entry.
Another way to save money is to bring along a can of Coca-Cola, which act as Blue Bayou Water Park coupons, providing savings for every admission. After 6 p.m., you can purchase tickets for Dixie Landin' at great savings.
Discounted admissions, for the full day or evening admission, are available for seniors and young visitors under 48 inches tall. Children under 35 inches tall don't need any Blue Bayou Water Park coupons because their admission is always free.
Visitors young and old enjoy their time at Blue Bayou Water Park, whether they're certified thrill seekers or they're more mild at heart. The park, which is open all year, welcomes visitors of all ages.