Roseland Water Park

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50 Eastern Boulevard, Canandaigua, NY 14424 [Directions]
Depends on time of year, check their [WWW]website
585 374 6000
<fun AT bristolmt DOT com>

Roseland Water Park is a 56 acre aquatic amusement park in Canandaigua, NY - only a short 20 minute drive southeast of Rochester. Roseland is connected with Bristol Mountain Resorts and the integrated website has in-depth information and includes videos, FAQ, etc.

They have a diverse selection of rides; lazy river, an over-sized group tube (fits about 6 people), two classic style water slides, a dual tube slide, a wave pool and a very large kids area with a playground in the center of the shallow pool and a large bucket that fills and dumps water (kid's love this). Most of these rides are fairly recent and are in excellent condition.

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2007-04-17 14:18:30   Because it is not as close to downtown Rochester and the fact that they don't use overly paranoid policies means waiting lines for rides are extremely fast. —TravisOwens

2007-04-17 14:23:20   My favorite water park in the area, the lines move fast, they have many different kinds of rides. The two older (aka classic) water slides aren't very smooth and I wouldn't recommend riding them unless you have a shirt on as I got "bit" by a few of the intersections on the way down. Despite, I highly recommend this park above any other in the area. Plus it's in a great location by the finger lakes. —TravisOwens

2011-07-16 22:57:21   Really nice water park! Very clean, well-maintained, nicely spread out. We went on a very hot Saturday afternoon, and no waits were longer than a few minutes. Very large wave pool with plenty of deck chairs for those just wishing to hang out and watch. The kids splash area is really nice for young children, and older children and adults will love the tube slides. I agree with the previous comment about the classic water slides not being smooth, but they are pretty awesome if you are looking for a wild thrill. You can't bring your own food into the park, but they have nice picnic tables just outside the gates (and you can exit and re-enter if you need). Overall, our family preferred it to the water park at Seabreeze. —Roddy