If you’re looking of something to do in Waterloo that the kids will love Lost Island Water Park is it! They have something for all ages, with two water areas for toddlers or the Tahiti Treehouse for those a little older. For those who are daring there is Lost Soul Falls which is a free falling slide where you go 28 feet per second! If you’re looking for a little bit of a slower pace they have the Tsunami Bay or the lazy Kailahi River where you can relax and float your way around the park. Their newest water ride is the Wailua Kapua that is designed to feel like a real roller-coaster with climbs, drops, twists and turns it is one of only ten in the whole world designed like this. Day passes are only $22.43 and can be bought online or at the park, ages three and under are free. Group discounts do apply for groups 20 or larger. All tubes and Parking are free. The park is open from June 1st until August 19th from 10:30am until 6:30pm. Outside of the water park they also have miniature golf, go-karts, and an arcade equipped with pool tables. The outside area is open from April thru September. Go-karts are $6.50 for one ride and Adventure golf admissions start at $6.30. Lost Island Water Park is located near I-380 and HWY 218 on the corner of Hess road and East Shaulis road.
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If you are ever in Waterloo Iowa and are craving Mexican Rudy’s Tacos is the place to go. Founded in 1973 the quaint little restaurant has the best authentic Mexican food around. Some of the menu favorites are the Corn Ball appetizer, chicken enchiladas and the mini taco pizza. Rudy’s Tacos also features a vegetarian menu. Rudy’s is located off HWY 218 at 2401 Falls Ave. at the corner of Falls Avenue and Ansborough Avenue. It is open Monday thru Saturday from 11am until 9pm, they also take carry out orders. Rudy’s started in 1973 from a little family owned restaurant that seated only 15 to 20 people in East Davenport. But the little space didn’t last long in 1977 they decided that they had to expand the building and from there they kept growing. There are currently 11 other locations spread throughout both Iowa and Illinois. All of their restaurants offer a family oriented Mexican dinning experience that is great for the whole family. Rudy’s over the years has stayed strong with a few simple goal and that is to provide the best Mexican food starting from the ground up. Rudy’s uses only the freshest ingredients getting that they can from the local markets and farms. Rudy’s over the years have learned the they would no be in business if it was not for their guests and they will do anything to make sure your visit is the best it can be, If you aren’t satisfied with your meal let the sever know and they can push something new out of the kitchen for you. You won’t leave Rudy’s Tacos without a full and happy belly.