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Centennial Plaza Water Playground

Centennial Plaza's water playground offers the best fun in the sun on the Mississippi Gulf Coast!

Both Oasis Resort and Grand Centennial Hotel guests will receive wristbands upon check-in* granting
them access to the Coast’s newest and most fun water playground, including:

Zero-Entry Pool

Perfect for little ones to splash around or for adults looking for a gradual wade into the crystal-clear waters, Centennial Plaza’s zero-entry pool is sure to cool you off.

Swim-Up Bar

A quick swim across the pool and you’ll find yourself at Centennial Plaza’s swim-up bar, where we keep the drinks flowing while you’re floating! No need to bring your wallet – just charge your tab to the room!

950-foot lazy river

Grab an inner tube and start your journey down Centennial Plaza’s lazy river, which circles the Centennial Plaza water playground. Relax as you float the full 950 feet or use the lazy river to get from the swim-up bar to the splash pad and back.

Two Giant Water Slides

You don’t want to miss Centennial Plaza’s two giant water slides. Enjoy the views of the beach from the top before you launch yourself down and around the slides’ twists and turns and end with a splash into the pool at the bottom.

Fun, colorful splash pad

Surrounded by shallow water perfect for the littlest swimmers is Centennial Plaza’s huge colorful splash pad. With fun decorative touches like a friendly surfer and red & white striped lighthouse, the splash pad features smaller slides where your kids can race each other to the bottom, splash in the cascading water, and explore without ever leaving your sight.

Poolside Dining

All this fun in the sun is sure to leave you famished. Enjoy a delicious selection of food and drinks from the nearby Oasis Grill without even leaving the water playground area.

Centennial Plaza’s Water Playground is an amenity for Oasis Resort and Grand Centennial Hotel guests only.
Book your stay and play all day!

Centennial Plaza’s Water Playground is open seasonally, generally opening on or about the
beginning of March and staying open through October 31.