What to bring and wear to the water park

To help you figure out what to wear and what to bring with you to the different parks, I’ve put together a list that will help you. Depending on the type of park you’re going to, what you need and should wear will vary sometimes.

On the whole for both types of parks, you’ll want to bring the following

· camera

You want to be able to capture all the fun you are having. By taking photos, you will be able to remember your trip for years to come.

· sunblock cream

You will be outside for most of the day. Even if it’s not sunny out, it’s important to bring sunscreen and make sure everyone puts it on. This is especially important for children.

Something to entertain the kids while they ride there.

If it takes a while to get where you’re going, you’ll want to make sure you bring something to help keep the kids entertained in the car. This will make the journey smoother and you will then be in a better mood once you reach your destination.

Baby stroller for the little ones.

When there is a lot of walking to do, the stroller is good so you don’t have to worry about carrying babies all day.


Nowadays, most places take both debit and credit cards, but it’s important to have a backup. You may come across small sellers who don’t or machines may break, but if you have spare cash, you won’t have to worry about this.

Small first aid bag

There should be at least one person in a group who has some sort of mini first aid kit on them. This should include at least Band-Aid, Tylenol, and Neosporin. A headache is the last thing you want, when you have a lot of rides to do.

Bad mesh/swimming bag

A mesh bag that you can put on your back is easier than a bag when you’re at the park. You can put more things in it, both men and girls can wear it, and you don’t have to worry about one shoulder getting hurt from all the weight on one side.

What do you wear to the water park?


Swimming diapers

All babies who are still in diapers should wear swim diapers. I know there are chemicals in the pool, but that shouldn’t make a difference. Putting on the right nappy for your baby is the right thing to do. Nobody wants to worry about floaters while in the water.

· Life jacket

If the child or children you live with either cannot swim or are at a lower level for swimming, you should be sure to take appropriate safety precautions. This includes a life jacket or other flotation device.

Sandals/water shoes

Children tend not to pay attention to where they are walking. To keep them from getting into anything you might find disgusting, it’s a good idea to bring them sandals or water shoes. You don’t want to bring regular shoes that you have to wear socks in, as these can get uncomfortable if they get wet and start to smell. In a water garden, concrete is also hot if it is not blocked by the sun or gets wet. Some children may have less pain tolerance; So they wouldn’t be able to handle it. If you don’t want to worry about carrying your baby or children with you when they’re not in the water, it’s a good idea to make sure they have something on their feet.

· Swimwear

Children need to wear appropriate swimwear when they are in the park. Many parks will not allow children into the park even if they are wearing normal clothes. It’s okay if you leave them in a clean shirt if you’re afraid they’ll burn, but otherwise you should stick to clothes that were meant to be worn in the water.

· Dry the set of clothes to change

It’s a good idea to bring a set of dry clothes to change into after you’ve finished the day, especially if you’ll be spending more time in your car. After a long day out, kids are likely to get tired and worn out when they get to the car. You want to make sure they are as comfortable as possible to keep weirdness to a minimum.

grown ups

Appropriate swimwear

It is very important for adults to bring actual swimwear to wear in the water park. No one wants to see someone walking around in a bra and underwear or boxers. There’s a reason they’re a separate set of swimwear, so use them! Also, make sure they fit appropriately. Most people don’t want to be able to see anything hanging/appearing! This is a family park and one has to remember that there are children running around.


Be sure to bring sandals or water shoes to wear in and out of the park. Tennis shoes can be a pain because most of the areas you go in contain water, so there’s a good chance your feet will get wet! You don’t want wet feet stuck in tennis shoes. This is at the same time uncomfortable and smelly!

Clothes to change

It’s a good idea to have a set of dry clothes to change into when you leave the park. That way, if you decide to stop anywhere before reaching your final destination for the night, you don’t have to worry about what to wear.


Make sure you have towels for everyone in the family. At some point, everyone is going to want to dry off. It’s also nice to lay on the beach chairs to reserve your spots. This way, your family will have a place to return to throughout the day if they want to take a break. This also makes it easier to find people during the day.

What do we wear at amusement parks?

Children / adults

Comfortable clothes

Although you will be doing different kinds of movements outside in the day so you should avoid wearing skimpy clothes. You might even end up getting wet from a game, so avoid wearing dark underwear under light clothing and anything you don’t want to get wet.

Comfortable shoes

Most trips to an amusement park or theme park involve lots and lots of walking. This makes wearing comfortable shoes extremely important. You should avoid any kind of shoe that might cause a blister and any shoe you don’t want to get dirty. Your best bet is to choose comfortable tennis shoes or sandals that you know you can wear all day.

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