Kool Runnings Adventure Park offers an exciting mix of family entertainment and excitement. The Water Park has ten water slides, children’s interactive play area, leisure river and wave pool. Admission includes unlimited access to the water slides. The Adventure Zone is one adrenaline rush after another with paintball, go-karts, Jamboo rafting, kool kanoe adventure and kayaking. The park also has culinary-heritage and adrenaline tours, serves up authentic Jamaican delicacies and has daily entertainment programs. They also cater for special groups, signature events and offer park rental options.
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Jewel Lagoon Water Park invites families and friends of all ages to experience a day-long destination of swimming and adventure, from the tame to the thrilling.
With a variety of attractions for toddlers through teens – including a family raft ride – our island resort’s water park is the perfect place to make those special memories in Jamaica. And best of all, it’s right on site, making family fun at our all-inclusive beach resort a breeze.
Go on a water adventure while visiting and enjoy:
-Private cabanas for rent
-5,000-square-foot oceanfront sundeck
-Dining area with full-service bar and grill
-Zero-entry beach lagoon with geysers
-Pirates Ice snow cone hut
-Two splash-down pools
-Kids gang slide
-Lazy river with rock grottos and waterfalls
-Speed slide and family raft ride
-Stage featuring music daily
-Multi-level kids slides and splash zone
With the Caribbean’s year-round gorgeous weather, you can visit our kid-friendly water park from 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily and never run out of things to do.
Day passes to Jewel Lagoon Water Park will be available based on water park capacity with certain restrictions and blackout dates. Reserve your day passes early online.
Call to book +1-876-633-4000 or
Water Fun Facts
Jamaica has 26 watersheds. A watershed is the area of land around a river that drains in the river when the rain falls. This can occur through underground crevices as well.
Jamaica’s freshwater comes from rivers, streams, wells and springs as well as from harvested rainwater. The groundwater supplies about 80% Jamaica’s water.
Jamaica has about 120 rivers, most of which flow to coast from the central mountain ranges. Those on the north side tend to be shorter and swifter than those on the south side.
One of the first ever piped water supply systems in the Western Hemisphere originated in Jamaica, in the town of Falmouth, Trelawny. With the Martha Brae River as its source, in 1799 the Falmouth Water Works Company was established to supply the town of Falmouth and visiting ships.