Take the Family to Bunker Beach Water Park this Summer!

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Friday, April 24th, 2015 at 9:15am.



Finding something fun to enjoy near Edina isn't difficult. There are a number of great attractions throughout the area.

When summer rolls around, spending time outside is important. A trip to Bunker Beach Water Park in Coon Rapids is a great way to spend the day with the family. This is the largest outdoor water park in the state and very convenient for those in the Edina area.

You will want to bring your swimming gear, towels, sunscreen sunglasses and a little cash for concessions and tube rentals. Here is some of what the water park offers.

Programs

If you want to enjoy plenty of fun at the water park, you can join one of the programs, which will be held this summer. They have a Cardio club, which walks against the current of the lazy river and an Aqua Zumba class.

The cardio club will be held from June 16th to August 29th every Tuesday and Thursday from 7:15pm to 8:15pm, every Wednesday from 9:30am to 10:30am and every Saturday from 8:30am to 10:30am. The dates and times for the Aqua Zumba class have yet to be announced.

Throughout the park, you will find plenty of waterslides, waves, pools and much more. There are areas for small children, older children and adults to enjoy. You can spend time in the wave pool, book an area for a group outing or get a season pass and visit often. Some of the attractions you can enjoy include:

  • The Wave Pool
  • Twisted Towers and Splash Cove
  • The Lazy Loop
  • Rocky Bay
  • Plunge Pool
  • The Volleyball Court
  • The Sand Box
  • And More!

Location, Hours and Fees

Bunker Beach Water Park is located at 701 Country Parkway A in Coon Rapids. They are open from 11am to 7 pm daily from the first Saturday in June through Labor Day.

Regular daily admission is $15 for those over 48", $12 for those under 48" and $12 for seniors. They also offer a discounted admission after 4pm.

Season passes are $80 for those over 48", $55 for those under 48" and $55 for seniors.

 

Image: Courtesy Bunker Beach Water Park

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