From the slide down to the water cannon on the side of the splash pool. The Hydro Rush Waterpark is an easy to set up, safe, and fun inflatable waterpark that fits right in your back yard.
Setting up the waterpark was simple and fast. Starting with a rock, stick, or anything that will puncture free area that’s fairly level about 18 feet long by 11 feet wide and overhead clearance of at least 8 feet. Roll out the waterpark and stake down the corners. Hook up the UL listed constant air blower plug it in and turn the blower on. There is a vent tube that is at the other end of the slide that should be tied so the climbing wall and slide can hold weight. I am very impressed with the quality of the design and outstanding construction. Our pit bull Skittles even joined in on the fun when someone let him out of the house. Worried that his claws might have punctured the climbing wall or slide I made all the kids clear out so I could check for damage. I found nothing. I was shocked because skittles has not had his nails done in a while, and they are brutal on skin and furniture so I figured the slide for trash but nope, couldn’t even tell that those daggers on his feet were dragged down the length of the slide.
The lay out of the Hydro Rush waterpark is perfect for maximizing fun in a relatively small area. The splash pool is a little more than ankle deep and goes from the climbing wall to the end of the waterslide there’s enough room for about 4 kids. My son’s favorite part was the water cannon on the side of the splash pool and sprays into the pool area, unless he is holding on to it. No one was safe from him and that darn cannon. There are water sprayers over the top of the slide that keep the slide wet and fill the splash pool. The sprayers are connected to the cannon so you only need one water hose to hook up.
The Blast Zone Hydro Rush water park is a fun and safe way to stay cool on those long hot summer days. They are also great way to entertain for children’s birthday parties. Yup, this is what Mattie got for her third birthday and it was a hit. The cousins were here her brother and sisters and they had a blast, going nuts kids flying everywhere water splashing dogs barking, and moms yelling don’t do that and wait your turn. The craziness lasted all day long, but when it was over we helped pour exhausted kids into car seats and sent them home. Whether it’s a birthday, or a really hot stuffy cranky kind of day the Hydro Rush water park is a great way to cool off, and burn that excess energy that makes your kids drive you up a wall. You cannot go wrong with a HydroRush Water park that can be picked up on Amazon.com. Check out BlastZone.com for more info on the Hydro Rush waterpark or check out their inventory from bounce houses to watersides.
All opinion are 100% my own, based on my own experiences with the HydroRush Waterpark.