Save On Water Fun For The Whole Family at Raging Waters

A Southern California Summer calls for many days of a variety of family fun and water play.  With local beaches, splash pads and water parks, we certainly have options. As a kid, one of my favorite summer spots was Raging Waters in San Dimas that offers more rides, slides and attractions for kids than any other water park in the state, this 50 acre water adventure is sure to deliver gallons of fun and thrills for the whole family.

Raging Waters San Dimas High Extreme

Raging Waters, San Dimas offers fun for all ages. Our youngsters aren’t ones to run to the more daring rides and slides, so we start off in the “tame” section. The Little Dipper is designed for pint sized guests, this is the perfect splash zone and water slides for ages 18 months to 6 years.

The Little DIpper at Raging Waters

Just across the way is Kid’s Kingdom where a giant colorful water structure with fountains, water falls, slides and more awaited toddlers and children up to about 10 years old. A few quick runs down the slides and we were on to our next attraction.

Raging Waters Kids Kingdom

My kids absolutely LOVE the Wave Cove. Complimentary life vests are available to young guests to assist them in bobbing up and down through the waves.  As a matter of fact, all guests that are 48″ and under are REQUIRED to wear life jackets and are insisted to stay within arms reach of their parents. There are also inner tubes available as well to ride the waves.

Another family area is the Volcano Fantasea and the Splash Island Adventure. This area was quite crowded with entire families wading in the water or awaiting the giant 1,000 gallon bucket from Slash Island Adventure to dump on the victims below. Splash Island Adventure features 12 levels and 75 activities–including five slides, water cannons, web crawl tunnels, spiral cargo nets and swinging bridges.

Raging Waters Splash Island Adventure

Our favorite spot of the day is typically the Amazon Adventure.  Once my kids get in – they NEVER want to get out.  So we spent roughly an hour just floating (or chasing the kids) around the lagoon. However, for guests that are looking for a little thrill seeking rides, you’ll want to check out:

  • Aqua Rocket
  • The Bermuda Triangle
  • Dark Hole
  • Dragon’s Den
  • Drop Out
  • High Extreme
  • Neptune’s Fury
  • Speed Slides
  • Raging Racer
  • Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror
  • Thunder Rapids
  • The Vortex

We actually got the kiddos on the Aqua Rocket and they actually enjoyed it. This year they have gotten a little more daring, so we can’t wait to take them to Raging Waters this summer.

Raging Waters Aqua Rocket

Now you can spend more time having fun, with less of a wait time in line with the H2Go Pass. The H2Go Pass is perfect for those who want a little more time relaxing. Raging Waters offers many activities for kids and in-park dining that you can take advantage of while you’re not waiting in line! Passes can be purchased online or at the H2Go Booth, located in the main plaza at the Front Gate. Plan your summer activities ahead and purchase your tickets and passes before hand. H2Go Passes are available every operating day; however, they are limited. When they’re gone…They’re GONE. The H2Go pass is only available for the following rides:

  • Aqua Rocket
  • Thunder Rapids
  • Ragin’ Racer
  • Dark Hole
  • Dragon’s Den
  • Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror
  • Neptune’s Fury
  • High Extreme

Tips to remember when visiting Raging Waters:

  • Be sure to bring towels and sunblock, you’re going to need it.
  • Aqua socks or water shoes are great for when the concrete gets hot.
  • Live vests are complimentary for all guests
  • Arrive early if you want to set up camp with some lounge chairs, or cabanas are also available for rental.
  • No outside food or drink are allowed in the park, however there are picnic areas located just outside the gates
  • Lockers are available to keep your belongings safe and dry.  Day use starts at $10.
  • There are two parking lots $15 and you are shuttled to the front entrance – or $20 for preferred parking as long as that part of the park still has spaces available

Raging Waters

111 Lakeside Rd, San Dimas, CA 91773 (909) 802-2200

If you act now, visit their website: RAGING WATERS and use discount code: BALANCINGTHECHAOS. This will give you an exclusive online savings of  $8.00 off of the  General Admission gate price. That means, with my code, you’ll be able to purchase tickets at $37.99.

2018 Daily Ticket – Blogger Admission includes:

  • One Day Admission Ticket valid on any one (1) public operating day during the 2018 season.
  • Use of all rides and attractions at California’s largest waterpark.
  • Valid for Guests 36 inches and taller.

Valid only at Raging Waters Los Angeles in Southern California. Ticket is NOT valid at Raging Waters San Jose or Raging Waters Sacramento. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.

Get your Season Pass for as low as 3 easy payments of $20 and enjoy unlimited visits all summer long!

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