Pioneer Waterland & Dry Fun Park
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Pioneer Waterland & Dry Fun Park
Pioneer Waterland
Pioneer Waterland ^ Dry Fun Park Sign - panoramio
Entrance sign for Pioneer Waterland
Slogan Ohio's Premier Waterland and Dry Fun park
Location Chardon, Ohio
Operating season May through September
Pools A single pool
Water slides 6 water slides
Children's areas A single children's area

Pioneer Waterland and Dry Fun Park is a waterpark located in Chardon, Ohio. It is family owned with a variety of dry and water rides.[1] It is on the smaller side, with many family attractions, such as a natural paddleboat lake. The park is open from May through September and also features a Fall Fear Fest every Friday and Saturday Night in October. [2]

Pioneer Waterland and Dry Fun Park paddleboat lake

Attractions

Waterpark:

  • Twin bonzai speed slides
  • The thriller slide
  • The screamer waterslide
  • The black hole water slide
  • A Lazy River
  • An Activity/swimming pool with 60 ft. water obstacle course and giant water floatables
  • Water volleyball
  • Water Basketball
  • Dinosaur slide
  • Elephant slide
  • Paddleboat's
  • Gorilla double slide
  • Turtle slide
  • Frog slide

Kidsland:

  • Kiddie waterland
  • Pelican slide
  • Raindrop
  • Adventure island
  • Tot-land play area
  • Ride-on toys
  • Crawl-through tunnel
  • Playhouse

Sportsland Fun Area:

  • Frisbee Golf
  • Golf driving range cages
  • Air cannon shooting range
  • Water cannon war zone
  • 18-hole miniature golf course
  • Bankshot basketball course
  • Sportsland basketball arcade

Pay-as-you-play:

  • Professional batting cages
  • Fun zone game arcade
  • S.A.F.E. Archery
  • Grand prix go-karts
  • Formula K racers

References

  1. ^ "Pioneer Waterland Owners". geaugamapleleaf.com. Retrieved 2017. 
  2. ^ "Season". pioneerwaterland.com. Retrieved 2017. 


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