Bunker Beach is the best play to get wet in Minnesota. It’s a 8.5 acre park filled with fun slides wet water and a great friendly staff. Bunker Beach is open each year from the first Saturday in June all the way through Labor Day. It’s the place to be during a hot summer day. There are plenty of things to do for kids of all ages. The price is great as well it’s just $14 bucks for anyone over 48 inches tall. Kids under 48 inches and seniors get in for just $11 bucks. If you want to save a few bucks just stop by after 4 in the after noon and enjoy the park for 3 hours for just $10 bucks as an adult or $8 for kids or seniors. There are a lot of different pools at Bunker Beach perhaps the biggest is the Wave Pool. The waves can reach a height of 4 feet which makes you feel like your bouncing around in the ocean its lots of fun. Tubes can be rented for just 3 bucks for 2 hours, hurry because its first come first serve and only 200 can be on the wave pool. Other great places to hang out are at the Adventure pool this is great for the little ones because its considered 0 depth meaning it a gradual slope making it impossible for the little ones to fall in the deep end. No water park would be complete with out a few slides and there are 6 slides at Splash Cove and the Twister Towers. The 6 slides are broken down into 2 body and 4 tube slides. . One of the coolest parts of Bunker Beach was Rocky Bay. This play area is a pool with basket ball hoops and even two rock walls that skyrocket out of the water. When you get to the top you can jump into the pool or slowly climb your way back down.
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I can honestly say that the Harvest Grill in Coon Rapids Minnesota is the most beautiful restaurant I’ve been to in a long time. Driving up to the grill the outside was done up in stained wood and stone pillars that made it look like a lodge in the woods. When the hostess opened the doors for us the inside matched the beauty that was outside and I’m not talking about the hostess. The smell of the kitchen also hit me as we walked into the restaurant. The grill was wood fired and the smell of hickory filled the dinning area. The Restaurant had a high ceiling with white painted planks and richly stained struts that stood out. All of the tables were a dark oaks that maked the chairs with brown and red cushions on the chairs. The Barr was large and had plenty of room and it had a terrace built into it to hold the bar glasses. The kitchen from what we could see was clean and spotless. The food was just a beautiful as the building itself. Serving up the best Steaks, Seafood, ribs, and chicken in a manor that can only be found in Minnesota. Entrees are served with a delicious salty bread, the veggie of the and a potato anyway you want it. I got the Ribeye Steak which was a generous 12oz for just an extra 2 bucks I got a crisp fresh Caesar salad, my wife added a few Coconut ship onto her meal for just $4.