Picture this: You’ve just walked into Soak City Water Park, it’s a beautiful sunny day and you realize you’ve forgotten something! Whether it be sunscreen, extra towels, sunglasses, hats or a good pair of flip flops, we’ve got you covered. Head on over to Sandals Beachwear or Seaside Supplies and find all the essentials you’ll need for an amazing day at Soak City.
Both of our Soak City shops are stocked with the essentials and even things you didn’t realize you needed. Let’s start with the most important thing; sunscreen! We have SPF ranging from 4 to 100! We also have sunscreen (SPF 50) for the little swimmers as well.
Didn’t think you were coming into Soak City and don’t have a bathing suit? No problem! Both Sandals Beachwear and Seaside Supplies offer a wide range of bathing suits for men, women and children. We also have convenient changing rooms to try on any items! Next you’ll need some towels to dry off with after you’re done splashing in Tidal Wave Bay. You can pick some out, whether you want an American flag, a pineapple or to show off your love for The Beast.
When it’s hot, it’ really hot. Especially for your feet, which is why you can snag a pair of flip flops or water shoes so that your feet stay nice and cool while you’re in line for Rendezvous Runs! More items you might need include ear plugs, swim caps, goggles, water bags, and even waterproof phone cases.
Don’t forget about a hat! The only thing you need to worry about is which one to pick. That’s it, you’re all set to go enjoy your day at Soak City with all the essentials!
What item or items can you not leave home without for coming to the park? Let us know in the comments down below!
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