Evergreen Wings & Waves Waterpark
(In McMinnville, OR )
Evergreen Wings & Waves Waterpark, located in McMinnville, OR Is the perfect place to take your family for Spring break or anytime at all!
Can you imagine a water park with ten water slides, most of them starting from the inside of an actual airplane? To top it all off there is actually a water museum to learn about the power of water in our lives?
Information: (Taken from their website)
My husband and I brought our four children, plus my oldest son's girlfriend, and they all had a blast! Even my husband felt as though he was a kid again, as he blasted down every slide and floated around in the wave pool. I stood by to take lots of pictures, but I do regret not getting in on the action myself. However, it felt awesome just wading around in the warm, immaculate water. This place was beyond my expectations of cleanliness!
Kendallyn and Braxton in the wave pool
There is a huge wave pool, a hot tub, a regular swimming pool which has basketball hoops, a vortex pool which spins you around in a circle, and ten water slides. There is a section for babies to get in on the action, and a fun water play structure! Perfect for my son, Braxton's age. Watch out for the giant bucket that fills every three minutes and spills over! It really gets you drenched!
Braxton was in seventh heaven! He loved every single water slide! Here he is emerging from one of the 'kiddo' ones:
Soon, however, Braxton was joining the older kids and Daddy on the bigger slides:
My teenagers had an absolute blast as well, as you can see from the following photos:
(Kendallyn and Myelie taking time to pose for the camera.)
My girls getting off of the big yellow slide
My oldest son, Jonathan and his girlfriend, Cass posing for the camera.
Jonathan and Cass making a quick escape, and onto the next ride:)
My husband, Jon, the biggest kid of all!
When you get hungry, which you certainly will, from all of the energy you spend swimming; there is the Milky Way Cafe upstairs which serves hamburgers, hotdogs, giant soft pretzels and ice cream. Yummy!
And don't forget to check outthe children's museum while you are upstairs. Lots of hands on exhibits to teach you and your child about the importance of water in our world.
My family visited Evergreen Wings & Waves Waterpark and had a blast. The opinions are my own.