Review This: CoCo Key Water Park

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CoCo Key Boston North Shore Water Park. Credit: Patch file photo
CoCo Key Boston North Shore Water Park. Credit: Patch file photo

Long an amusement destination for kids and their families, CoCo Key Water Park in Danvers welcomes North Shore folks and beyond to this popular destination. 

With a tropical theme, this water park features cabanas, thatched roof huts and colorful island decor, all surrounded by 65,000 square feet of water fun, including slides, sprays and and swimming. The park also includes dining, and is adjacent to a hotel for those making it a longer stay. 

Reviews found online of Coco Key Water Park in Danvers ranges from disappointed to thoroughly impressed. 

Corey Skinner posted on Facebook, "Such an awful experience this past weekend. From the dining in the lounge to the lack of response to customer issues. Awoken at 3am to kids running around the halls and banging on the walls. It's not even worth one star."

Also on Facebook, Christine Mistro posted, "My husband and I took our son and a friend on an overnight last night. The water park was fantastic and we all had a great time. Hotel was great and we loved the family room with the two kids beds. Only complaint was the food at the water park wasn't good but hotel food was great. We will be back!"

Peggy C. from Auburn, ME, recently posted on TripAdvisor, "Last year was so much fun we had to return! We all had a blast - 6 to 45 years old. If you are looking for a quiet, then you will be disappointed. But this is a kids water park - you have 100's of kids running around having fun. The life guards are very attentive and I felt comfortable that help was always there if we needed it."

Read the many reviews on TripAdvisor here. 

But we want to hear from you, Danvers Patch readers, about your experience and thoughts on this local attraction. Please post them in the comments section below. 

Buddy April 30, 2014 at 10:39 AM
We went their one winter because we were sick of winter. And they advertised its 80 degrees year round which sounded nice. I knew it wouldn't be like water country, but it wasn't bad for adults. They have a bar so you could drink, and the hot tub was nice and big. And they had a couple fun slides. Like someone said the park food wasn't good but they have a good restaurant in the hotel. We were awakened by kids too and then the fire alarm all night. But it was ok because shhhh don't tell we only had a pass for one day, but they don't check so we went in for free the second day.


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