Though it is comparatively small and lacks the high-profile attractions of larger indoor parks, 'Boji Splash still offers a couple of moderate slip 'n' dips for those looking to quench their need for (hopefully not too much) speed. Features include a drenching 500-gallon dump bucket, an interactive pirate ship with real (water) cannons, the swaying, spraying lily pads, a triple-hoop basketball pool, and a relaxing lazy river. Without thrill rides such as a water coaster or a bowl ride, 'Boji Splash is probably geared mostly to families with young children.
Adults can enjoy a refreshing beverage at the Crazy Parrot Cantina while the kids splash away, and once everyone gets dry (or at least dryer), there is an arcade connected to the park for some non-aquatic action.
At the Bridges Bay Resort, guests may choose from a variety of well-appointed condominiums. Lake-view and lakefront residences are available, featuring two and three bedrooms, a full kitchen, laundry, gas fireplace, and more. Those planning on staying awhile can even bring their boat to experience the waters of Lake Okoboji — the indoor park's natural namesake.
Indoor Water Park Square Footage
Passes to the water park are included with room rates at the resort. Day passes are available.
Bracco Waterfront Grill & Bar is located at the resort and offers a full menu including burgers, flatbreads, and heartier entrees.
From Highway 71 (north or southbound travelers), turn east on Linden Drive in Arnolds Park (at Tom's Plumbing), then drive over the new Hinshaw Bridge past Triggs Resort to Bridges Bay Resort.