California's largest water park is consistently ranked as one of the top in the US. Raging Waters has 36 waterslides and attractions, a sandy beach, lazy river, and a large wave pool.
The park is known for having a large variety of waterslides and attractions. Aqua Rocket, the state of California's first hydromagnetic LIM water coaster reaches speeds of up to 30 miles-per-hour. We love High Extreme two 600-foot long serepentine body slides that you descend while riding face first on a mat. Speed Slides Raging Rocket and Screamer are two of the park's original, classic body slides that deliver a thrilling ride.
Families and friends can ride together on Thunder Rapids a five-person raft ride with 550-foot long flume that's 14-feet wide. Neptune's Fury is a 600-foot long raft ride for four riders that goes through total darkness. Ragin' Racer is the park's 8-lane, triple down mat slide where you can race your friends to the finish line.
Besides thrilling rides, the park's Kids' Kingdom and Splash Island are two well-designed children's water playgrounds.
New for 2022 – Bomb's Away replaces the well-loved Drop Out slides with two brand-new experiences. Both slides begin with a launch capsule where riders stand on a trap door. Choose between one tube that sends you straight down at 26 feet per second or the other than loops you around while in descent.
Type of park:
Open weekends and holidays mid-May through September, daily Memorial Day weekend to August 19, 2022
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2022 Admission Rates
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Raging Waters is located where the 10, 210 and 57 freeways meet in San Dimas, exit Raging Waters Drive/Via Verde.