A day at the water park can make even the most mature of adults feel as if he's a child again. You don't need to bring nearly as much gear to a water park as you would to the beach, since some things are provided for you, but packing carefully saves you from having to buy items from the park's gift shop, which is sure to be pricey.
Bathing suits are an absolute must when visiting a water park. Most parks have rules against guests wearing anything but bathing suits in the water, and your park may also forbid certain types of bathing suits. For instance, skimpy bathing suits may be against the rules, as may suits with any metal rivets or ornamentation. Some parks also forbid guests from wearing shirts or cover-ups on the rides, so pick a suit that you're comfortable walking around in. Your park may or may not allow you to wear water shoes in the pools or on the rides, so check first.
Ideally you'll wear your suit into the park under your clothes to save time in the locker rooms. Wear casual, easy-to-remove clothing on top. Wear sandals with rubber or tread soles to prevent slipping while walking around on wet walkways. In the morning or when the sun starts to go down, you may be chilly, so bring a cozy sweatshirt or jacket. You'll also need clothing to change into at the end of the day. If your clothing is dry, it will be fine to slip back on, but bring dry underwear at the very least. Packing a full set of dry clothes is smart, just in case yours get wet.
Pack plenty of waterproof sunblock and be careful to reapply it every few hours. If you don't get to the park early enough to nab a chair with an umbrella, you'll be stuck in the sun for much of the day, so bring a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses. Most water park locker rooms have showers so that you can wash the chlorine off before changing, so bring travel-sized bottles of shampoo and body wash. Chlorine is drying, so bring lotion to apply after you're dry. Bring adequate feminine care products for the entire day, if necessary.
Most parks don't allow you to bring in any food, so you'll need to eat in advance. Exceptions may be made if you're traveling with a baby or have dietary restrictions. If you're traveling with young children, pack a diaper bag with swimming diapers, wipes, plastic bags and extra clothing. Some parks hand out or rent towels, but if you bring your own, you can be sure they're clean. Leave most of your devices and personal belongings at home or hidden in your car. Bring a car key, some cash, your license and cell phone into the park and store them in a waterproof bag. Store these items in a locker and keep the key around your wrist at all times.
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