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CoCo Key Water Resorts offers locations throughout the U.S. All of the properties offer a similar Key West theme along with indoor water park fun, although the park in Florida is outdoors. The hotels vary in size and amenities, but the water parks themselves are all about the same size and have similar slides and other attractions.
When it first opened, CoCo Key was a chain of water resorts owned by a single entity. The company had some financial problems and sold its properties. Each of the resorts is now independently owned and operated, although they retain the branding and a similar look and feel.
At roughly 60,000 square feet, the indoor water parks at CoCo Key resorts are average in size. With body slides, tube slides, a lazy river, an indoor/outdoor whirlpool spa, an activity pool with features such as water basketball and other features, and the Parrot's Perch interactive play center, which has small slides and a tipping bucket, there are plenty of ways to get wet and have fun.
The water parks are open to registered hotel guests and offer day passes for the general public not staying at the hotels. The resorts typically offer packages that include hotel accommodations and water park passes. The following list of resorts is arranged alphabetically by U.S. state.
CoCo Key Water Resort Orlando, Florida
Located at the CoCo Key Hotel along International Drive, the Florida CoCo Key—unlike the other resorts in the chain—features an outdoor water park. It does include a canopy to partially protect guests from inclement weather. Along with water slides and swimming pools, the hotel is home to a 6,500-square-foot arcade, three restaurants, an on-site convenience store, and a fitness center.
CoCo Key Water Resort Danvers, Massachussettes
Located 19 miles north of Boston at the DoubleTree by Hilton, CoCo Key Water Park Boston North Shore is a medium-sized indoor facility and was the first major indoor water park resort in New England.
While it lacks a wave pool and the signature attractions found at larger parks, such as a water coaster or a surfing ride, it does offer plenty of watery diversions including two body slides, the Barracuda Blast and Pelican Plunge raft slides, a lazy river (filled with not-so-lazy passenger-triggered sprayers), and an indoor-to-outdoor spa.
CoCo Key Water Resort Kansas City, Missouri
Located at the Adam’s Mark Hotel and Resort, this CoCo Key water resort offers packages that include four water park passes valid for two days. At this park, guests can ride body and raft water slides, float down the adventure river, shoot hoops in the activity pool, master the floating lily pads or relax in the hot tub. The resort also includes the Key Quest Arcade to keep kids entertained.
CoCo Key Water Resort Omaha, Nebraska
Located at the Ramada Plaza Omaha, the facility has a convention center and an indoor water park that includes nearly 1,000 feet of slides reaching upwards of five-stories for "daring youngsters" and calmer waters for the littlest swimmers. Once the kids finish swimming and dry off, they can play in the Key Quest Arcade, filled with traditional and newer games.
CoCo Key Water Resort Mt. Laurel, New Jersey
Located near Philadelphia, this resort offers a 55,000-square-foot indoor water park filled with 150,000 gallons of water, an arcade, and several restaurants. The water park's attractions include Parrot's Perch, an interactive aquatic jungle gym for kids of all ages; Coconut Grove Lazy River, where guests can grab an inner tube and cruise down nearly 300 feet on the resort’s lazy river; and, three water slides between 300 and 350 feet long.