Upon hearing that they are about to be taken to a water park with waterslides, man-made waves and many other exciting attractions, kids tend to bubble over with anticipation. Parents, on the other hand immediately begin making mental checklists of all the things they need to do in preparation for the trip.
Thankfully, though, there are several online resources that detail how to survive a water park weekend. Because whether you’re are an anxious parent or you just like to stay organized, most moms and dads can use a little help with planning their looming New Jersey water park adventure with the kids.
Bring your things
Here is a checklist of water park essentials you can start collecting to help ease your mind, one item at a time:
- Life Jacket
- Cell Phone Protector
- Lip Balm
- Hair Ties
- Water Shoes
- Beach Towel
- Sun Hat
- Water Bottles
- Dry Clothes
- Detangling Spray and Comb
Next job: Packing
Once you have collected all the items on your checklist, the next thing on your to-do list is packing. The key is to conveniently stuff as many items into as few bags as possible so that there will be sufficient space for the rest of your family in the car.
Also, make sure you pack in a way that items of utmost importance are the most accessible in the bag.
After the packing is out of the way, the next piece of essential water park preparation is an orientation on family safety. As the goal of your planned water park adventure is for the family to have a fun getaway, every member of the family should be familiar with water park safety rules and regulations.
Planning a water park adventure can be difficult, but the rewards are great. Safety is of paramount importance; you have to prevent unwanted incidents from happening. Now, have fun with your family!