Friday, December 17, 2010

A mid-Winter escape with the kids not 20 minutes from Boston?

On Ferncroft Rd just off Rte 1 in Danvers, Massachusetts and only 19 miles north of Boston awaits 65,000 square feet of indoor wet and wild fun at the Crowne Plaza Boston North Shore. Here, twisting and turning waterslides of bodies and rafts, a basketball pool. Zero-depth entry wave pool, dumping bucket, adventure river, climbing structure, whirlpools, lap pool and activity pools with lily pads for the kids to hop across. Movies are shown in the Dip-in Theater (really cute), and near the water action is the Key Quest Arcade with arcade and video games. You can even rent private cabanas here, as well, with refrigerator, TV and lounge chairs. 
Dip In Theater

The water park is open to registered hotel guests that purchase water resort packages and to day guests. Advance daily admission passes are available on CoCo Key's Website.
Dining inside the park, including fast food from Pizza Hut and A&W Root Beer, is nothing to get too excited about. More adventurous diners may want to check out the nicely appointed restaurant at the Crowne Plaza. My family and I enjoyed the water park, and the cost with the hotel room for the night was not to bad for the amount of time we spent in there. There was a nice hot tub to sit in, and we had no problems finding a place to eat or chairs to sit on. My twin daughters gave the place two thumbs up! A great place to bring the kids to chase off those winter blues.
Climbing structure part of the water park
Let us know what you thought of COCO Key if you have gone. Where do you go when you can't hop on a plane and head south to get away from the winter blues?

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nazia said...

very good, i like kids very much and i feel good to see it, great and very great

Judy1229 said...

It's a great waterpark for the kids. An even better destination for a quick getaway in the winter months. Kids can spend all day there, burn off all kinds of pent up energy and the parents can relax knowing there are plenty of lifeguards for supervision.
My nephew has made this a yearly 'treat' for his son during Christmas break. It's something they look forward to doing each year.