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H2Oasis Waterpark is a 56,000 square foot Tropical Island in the Last Frontier. At the time of completion, it was the fifth largest indoor waterpark in the U.S. H2Oasis offers families a place they can come enjoy quality family fun while escaping...more
well, the family and i went there today, and what can i say; we actually had a good time. we had won free tickets in a raffel, 2 adults 2 children and decided to finally use them.
staff - very friendly and quick to help....More
If I could give it no stars I would. The wave pool is broken again. All the lockers have been booked by one party (an hour after opening), vomit in the bathroom, everything is covered in so much rust and grime, you need a tetanus...More
H20asis is always generous with a donation of tickets for our community library fundraiser. The Healy children enjoy visiting the facility when they come to Anchorage and we thank H20asis for their support over the years.
You know I've been a lot of places, and met a lot of people in the hospitality industry. The people at H2Oasis are genuine, and I felt welcomed by every staff member. The owners are on site most days, and the amount of care shown...More
Just as many others have said, the place is run down and most attractions don’t work. Two of three slides were functional and they would only let one be used at a time. The wave pool has NO waves and hasn’t for a long time....More
We decided on our Alaska trip with our 15 yr old granddaughter to do at least one thing that wasn't so much an Alaska thing, she chose the water park. We get there after a $20 Uber ride go inside to pay $25 per person...More
My kids and I love small waterparks. We found this online and could not wait to visit! It was terrible!!! They have three slides. During our visit only 2 were working. One is really cool but requires a floatie. The entire park only has 7...More
The price is not worth what you are able to do. Almost 100 dollars for 3 adults and 1 child and we spent an hour there. When we went on 6/5/18 the wave pool was broken and only 2 slides were operating. The only positive...More
My family just moved to Anchorage and stopped in for Toddler Time. It was very enjoyable and affordable. Only $6 for me and my daughter (3) to swim. The only open areas during toddler time we’re the pirate ship and part of the shallow end...More