The only waterpark in the Palm Springs area, this 16-acre attraction sports a 1950s Southern California beach theme of surf woodies and longboards. Knott's Soak City has 20 attractions, including 13 water slides, an 800,000-gallon wave pool, 600-foot lazy river, kids slides and the Kahuna's Beach House — a multi-level, family funhouse with five water slides.
Daredevils won't want to miss the thrills found on the Tidal Wave Tower with two side-by-side, seven story free-fall body slides. Knott's Soak City's newest attraction Pacific Spin is a multi-person tube ride that begins with a 132-foot long tunnel that drops into a six-story funnel that resembles a steep downhill half-pipe.
Knott's Soak City Palm Springs opened in the early 80s and was originally called Oasis Waterpark. Purchased by Cedar Fair Entertainment in 2001, the park was renovated, re-themed and renamed.
Phone: (760) 327-0499
Open weekends March to October, daily Memorial Day to Labor Day and spring break.
2013 Admission Rates
From Interstate 10, take Gene Autry Trail exit and proceed south to Knott's Soak City.