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When the summer heat hits, Kings Island’s Soak City Water Park is the perfect cool-off option for all ages. With more than 50 water activities, including 36 water slides, Soak City offers entertainment options galore for families to experience together.
There’s even water fun available for the little ones who can’t swim yet! There are dedicated spaces specifically for young children. Designed with kids in mind, these areas feel just as exciting for them as the experiences their older siblings have with the bigger attractions. Children can spend hours exploring our kid-friendly water slides and dozens of interactive splash stations overflowing with fun.
After splashing around all morning, refuel at Soak City’s Island Smokehouse restaurant. Offering a completely unique dining experience, guests will enjoy the smells and tastes of smoked pulled pork, smoked or grilled wings, hand-breaded chicken tenders and shrimp, all cooked to perfection on the restaurant’s wood fired smoker. Pair your meal with one of several delicious side dishes, including baked beans, fries, mac & cheese or coleslaw.
Soak City is open daily through August 18; August 24-25 and Labor Day weekend August 31 through September 2.
Soak City is included with park admission to Kings Island, making it two great parks for one price!
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