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Kalahari Resort

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Kalina
Kalina
September 30, 2020
Indoor and outdoor waterparks, mini golf, laser tag, escape rooms, dining, and spa options.
Zac
Zac
July 22, 2020
Largest indoor water park in the US.
Kristen
Kristen
February 6, 2020
Days passes for the spa are $40 and include hot tub, steam room and sauna and they serve drinks!! Kids love the waterpark and huge arcade.
Carey
Carey
February 4, 2020
The Arcade is awesome
Tatiana And Hugo
Tatiana And Hugo
January 16, 2020
- Home to America’s largest indoor waterpark  - Slides of all sizes - FlowRider for surfing - Outdoor waterpark - Try the ropes course or zip line at Gorilla Grove - Miniature Golf - Arcade - Laser tag - Escape rooms - Bowling - 7-D theater

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