Review: Legoland's Pirate Reef Ride Will Leave You Absolutely Soaked

If you don't want to walk around the theme park wet, there are $5 body dryers right near the Pirate Reef exit.

opened late last week and the weather in Carlsbad could not be more perfect for such a wet ride.

As The Los Angeles Times reported in a review of the ride, "When I rode Pirate Reef, it felt as if every last drop of the 155,000 gallons of water in the lagoon rose in unison and crashed down upon our collective heads. I couldn't get wetter if I dove into a swimming pool in a rainstorm."

The journalist who wrote the review wore a poncho on the ride and still managed to get drenched.

To read the full review go to: latimes.com/travel/deals/themeparks/la-trb-pirate-reef-legoland-california-review-05201229,0,5125030.story

If you've had a chance to check out Pirate Reef, give us your review in comments.

Dawn Trogdon July 06, 2012 at 01:21 AM
Yes this should not be an amusement park ride but rather a water park ride. You really should wear a bathing suit on this ride! Our entire boat was soaked all the way through including our underware. Shoes socks and all. Even with the family dryers they offer don't dry you enough!


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