Washington State has quite a few waterslides and waterparks. Recently, I spent a day at Birch Bay Waterslides and had a heck of a good time. Birch Bay Waterslides wasn’t the largest park in the state, however, it was perfect sized for us since we had young ones who normally can’t ride at larger parks. The park has 4 primary slides, the little ones were allowed to sit between our legs and ride the slide with their life jackets, that varied in speed: Snake, Cork Screw, Hairpin, and Twister (I felt Twister was the fastest).
Accompanying the 4 slides where a couple inner tube slides and miniature speed slide which where way fun! For even younger children, there are two smaller waterslides and kid’s pool where the kids could have some fun while giving the adults a break. For older kids, there are a longer inner tube slide and speed slide all encased in black – scary business! The staff was friendly and concessions where easy and Birch Bay even allowed patrons to go outside to Little Cesars and bring pizza back in. This water park is a total win for the entire family!
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