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    Water Park?

    Is there a water park there now? My husband and I haven't been to aruba since before i gave birth to my twin daughters 4 years ago.
    Thanks.

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    There are two. One near La Cabana and the other on De Palm Island.
    http://www.aruba.com/forum/tags/water%20park.html

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    Thank you Lisa.

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    the waterpark at the depalm island is more suited for little kids age 10 and unders . the newer waterpark near the lacabana brc looks to have more "scary" slides etc..
    andrea

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    And there is also the "Arawa Park" in Moko, it is also a waterpark, lot smaller then The Palm Island and Morgan's Island, but it is very nice too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Navidad View Post
    And there is also the "Arawa Park" in Moko, it is also a waterpark, lot smaller then The Palm Island and Morgan's Island, but it is very nice too...

    Saludos!
    Where is it exactly? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenn630 View Post
    Where is it exactly? Thanks.
    Did this open? http://www.arubahaystack.com/en/welcome.html

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    Morgan's Island

    I love this place, My kids love it even more. My children are ages 8-11 and I have to say I was skeptical when it opened but when I went through those doors it was another story. My kids had the time of their lives and have gone back 4 times since I live on the island and really nothing to do for kids. I do recommend this to be a great place for families of all ages. They have a smaller section for children with all the amenities for under 8 years of age. I also seen many parents go on the slides with double tube with child in front and parent right behind them. WOW what a thrill. I have been to Six Flags, Cedar point and all those fun amusement parks so I know there is more adventure there but when in Aruba do the Aruba thing and enjoy, relax and have fun in paradise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela Munzenhofer View Post
    I love this place, My kids love it even more. My children are ages 8-11 and I have to say I was skeptical when it opened but when I went through those doors it was another story. My kids had the time of their lives and have gone back 4 times since I live on the island and really nothing to do for kids. I do recommend this to be a great place for families of all ages. They have a smaller section for children with all the amenities for under 8 years of age. I also seen many parents go on the slides with double tube with child in front and parent right behind them. WOW what a thrill. I have been to Six Flags, Cedar point and all those fun amusement parks so I know there is more adventure there but when in Aruba do the Aruba thing and enjoy, relax and have fun in paradise.

    Angela, which one are you talking about? Arawa Park, depalm or Morgans?

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    she gave her post a Morgans island subtitle.

    Angela's remarks are the ONLY endorsement of Morgans island that I have heard.

    Honestly, i am surprised it is still operational.
    Maybe they have revamped their pricing again making it more affordable aka wallet friendly.

    andrea

    Quote Originally Posted by cindyo View Post
    Angela, which one are you talking about? Arawa Park, depalm or Morgans?

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