Cool off with Raging Waters Discount Tickets: $27.99 VS. $45.99. California’s largest water park, Raging Waters Los Angeles has 50 beautifully landscaped acres of slides, attractions and its own sandy beach.
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Raging Waters has an all new Aqua Rocket rocket style raft. Enjoy rides, slides, waves, rivers and pools. There’s also various kiddie attractions. Details of all fun things you can do at Raging Waters San Dimas below.
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THINGS TO DO AT RAGING WATERS SAN DIMAS
Raging Waters Rides & Slides
Raging Waters offers some of the best attractions in Los Angeles! Single riders can take the daring plunge down Drop Out, a seven story drop that reaches nearly 40 miles per hour in just four seconds, and twist and turn down other slides such as, The Vortex, The Bermuda Triangle, and more! There are plenty of two-person slides and body slides to enjoy, too.
Feel the adrenaline rush on the all new Aqua Rocket, a four-person rocket style raft merging the excitement of a roller coaster and the thrills and spills of a water ride.
Raging Waters Waves, Rivers & Pools
If you’re looking for a little R&R, grab a raft and take a relaxing float down the Amazon Adventure river. Or make a splash at Wave Cove, a wave pool that simulates true tidal movements.
Raging Waters for Young Kids
Whether you’re mild, wild or somewhere in between, guests of all ages can have a raging time! Raging Waters Los Angeles has four fun areas just for kids: Kid’s Kingdom, The Little Dipper, Splash Island Adventure, and Volcano Fantasea.
- Kid’s Kingdom, a 30,000-square-foot water playground, is just for children. This attraction invites youngsters to scoot about in a maze of plastic tubes and tunnels, slip down slides, swing from bars, and shower under waterfalls. Must be under 48″ tall to ride.
- Splash Island Adventure. This is a family-oriented tropical-themed adventure which features 12 levels and 75 activities–including five slides, water cannons, web crawl tunnels, spiral cargo nets and swinging bridges. Splash Island’s centerpiece is a 1,000-gallon bucket atop a five-story tower that tips hundreds of gallons of water over the whole attraction every few minutes.
- The Little Dipper is a pint-sized paradise which features miniature slides, wading pools, fountains and waterfalls. Must be under 48″ tall to ride.
- Volcano Fantasea features a giant volcano towering forty feet over a crystal blue lagoon. Children and parents alike can climb through the volcano and glide down twisting slides to the water below.
RAGING WATERS HOURS OF OPERATION:
Some days they open at 10AM or 11AM, and closes 5PM or 6PM, it varies by date.