Wild Bear Falls is the ultimate indoor/outdoor water park experience. Not only is there 60,000 sq ft. of watery fun for kids and adults, the water park also features an entry-level pool for toddlers. For those that are in need of a break from the water or want to recharge, there is a snack bar, gift shop and an arcade on the mezzanine level. High above the fun, the mezzanine also permits you to take in the action below or keep an eye on your family.
If you see a bear on the high dive and he growls, “Cannonball”, you have two options. 1. Accept the fact you’re about to be soaked. Or 2. Hope, hope, hope you are having a crazy dream. Make a splash with your little cubs this summer with GRRRRR-OOVY Pool
Bear Summer Snacks! Use blue pudding or jello, top with crushed vanilla cookies or vanilla Oreos, use a sour straw for towel, place teddy graham on top and garnish with umbrella. Cute for beach or mermaid party too.
Swimming pool Jell-O shots 2 3oz packets berry blue Jell-o 2 cups bowling water 1/2 cup cold water 1 1/2 cups cold vodka (Tito's) Mix Jell-o packets with bowling water until dissolved. Add cold water and cold vodka and mix. Refrigerate. Decorate with gummy bears and twizzlers or straws to create pool.
This has been one of the cakes that have gotten more compliments. Directions from the Womans Day website (Fun-In-The-Pool Cake). Its 2 8-in layers. The top one was hollowed out. I covered them all in buttercream and then made blue Jell-O using the quick-set method, filled the pool, and into the fridge it went until it was completely set. I used mini M&Ms for the tiles because I couldnt find Chiclets. Bears are Teddy Grahams that I decorated with royal icing. Toys and towels were made ...
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