Oceans of Fun
Comfort Inn & Suites has discounted Oceans of Fun tickets for sale for only $49.99 each plus state sales tax. That is over 12% off!
Oceans of Fun opens for the season and on a daily basis on Friday, May 27th until Monday, September 5th. Oceans of Fun closes after Labor Day.
Worlds of Fun & Oceans of Fun – one park, one price, twice the thrills, where guests enjoy all 235-acres of rides and slides. Oceans of Fun offers 60 acres of splashing excitement and fun for every member of the family, plus the thrills of Worlds of Fun right next door, included in admission!
Six new slides are housed on a 65-foot-tall complex overlooking Surf City Wave Pool. At the peak stands Predators' Plunge, where guests climb into the Aqua-Launch, a chamber with a floor that suddenly drops out, sending riders on a high-speed near vertical drop and a series of loops and s-curves in a translucent flume. Known as a Constrictor, the fourth slide features double tubes spiraling down an enclosed slide with four 360-degree tight turns. Sharks' Revenge, two other enclosed tube slides feature high speed drops and banks.
Other attractions include Hurricane Falls, a daunting 72-foot tall super slide that sends rafts of up to five sliders twisting down a flume of river rapids. Feed your need for speed with the dual race slides of Typhoon, float your way down the vertical drop of Aruba Tuba or just get soaked on the notorious body slides of Diamond Head.
Guests of all ages are drawn to the fun at Paradise Falls -- a water funhouse that includes water cannons, sprays, tipping pails, net crawls, rope bridges and waterslides and much, much more.
Kids will have a blast in Crocodile Isle, a 2,000 square foot spray ground complete with mini water slides and Captain Kidd's Pirate Ship. Adults and kids alike will enjoy Coconut Cove, 20,000 square feet of water refreshment with floating animal friends and a lily pad path.
Those who prefer pure relaxation can float along the Caribbean Cooler, an 800-foot gently flowing lazy river. Adults will find their own hideaway at Castaway Cove, featuring a swim-up cabana serving tropical refreshments. And for a beach within reach, enjoy the surf at the one-million gallon Surf City wave pool.