Two years ago my wife was taking a walk around the neighborhood dressed in her normal shorts and T-shirt. An elderly couple rolled up on her in their golf cart and told her she needed to go and put a coat on! They were wearing coats and hoods. (Real ones, not hoodies) About the same temp, 60's. LOLMid 60's!!! Oh no, we might have to put on a light hoodie!!!!!
The best way to avoid this scenario is to upgrade (or not) to the Plus option once you’re actually at the parks.As seasoned Northerners, we've swum when it's freezing outside. Sixty degrees is nothing! We'd have been there in our swimsuits, pounding at the gates with our pasty white limbs to get in!
I know there are disclaimers on tickets that basically say, "we promise you nothing, and it's not our fault if everything is closed when you get here," but I wonder: has anyone ever complained and gotten compensation (e.g., a refund of what they paid to upgrade) if they purchased Parkhopper Plus tickets and then both waterparks were closed when they visited? Disclaimer or no, it's got to feel like a huge bait-and-switch.