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Forecast for next week is showing rain. I understand that's the best time to be there.... But what do you do for shoes? I'm coming from Utah and don't have experience with the parks and rain. Thanks!
Rain boots!! I've ruined too many Uggs at the Park, (even with the water repellent spray), & walking around in soaking wet socks/tennis shoes is not fun! If you're not a fan of rain boots, I suggest bringing an extra pair of tennis shoes! - GrimGrinningAmanda 666.9 #348 1-28-13 6:51AMLike(4)Reply
Definitely bring ponchos because ones in park are spendy. We got ours at KMart since a little heavier duty. I usually wear tennis shoes because my feet don't handle rain boots to well. Still i hope you.have fun. - Tinkerbellmom4 453.3 #544 1-28-13 6:37AMLikeReply
were sandals and really soak up the experience without socks lol - pikaplaid 7504.7 #16 1-28-13 7:29AMLikeReply
Boots and make sure they have good traction. My boots don't and I slipped and fell this past Saturday. Still in a bit of pain now. - Lelundrial 937.8 #233 1-28-13 7:39AMLikeReply
As most people said, rain boots if you have them. I wear extra socks and put insoles in them to make mine comfortable. But Lelundrial brought up a fantastic point, if you can or have them, something with good traction. They try their best to make everything safe, but it's impossible to put carpets all over the park. It does get very slippery!! - jamielynn 163.3 #2663 1-28-13 8:01AMLikeReply
Which week are you talking about? SoCal forecast this week is not showing any rain that I can see. - MyPark 1297.9 #155 1-28-13 8:42AMLikeReply
As long as you pick your feet up when you walk your feet will stay dry. I stay away from any puddles but usually cast members squeegee the puddles away and my feet stay dry. But I do love to skate (with my shoes not skates) through the park when the floors are wet. It's fun the floors become super slippery so if you skate while you walk you won't slip as much. - maxinerenton 422.7 #593 1-28-13 8:47AMLikeReply
Extra pair of shoes and socks and put them in a locker when you get there? - Normstar 102.8 #3729 1-28-13 8:49AMLikeReply
My husband wears a good pair of tall hiking boots, my daughter and I wear rain boots. - Linzee 1927.7 #104 1-28-13 8:50AMLikeReply
Just make sure they're water proof and comfortable. I wore converse there in the rain one day and had the worse experience... canvas+rain makes for a horrible, trench foot, kind of day - KylaShea 632.7 #369 1-28-13 8:54AMLikeReply