The largest attraction of its kind in the Northwest, Roaring Springs offers more than 20 water rides and attractions. Here you'll find water slides, tube slides, an interactive water play area, lazy river and wave pool.
The waterpark's collection of exciting water rides includes Viper's Vortex, a four-story two passenger flume ride that ends with a swirl around the inside of a giant bowl, Racing Ridge, a head first racing mat slide, Mammoth Canyon, a four-person family raft ride that spins and feels like a bobsled on water and Thunder Falls, an exciting triple down, family raft ride.
For the ultimate thrills try the Cliffhanger freefall speed slide or Corkscrew Cavern twisting enclosed speed slide. Both begin from an enclosed launch capsule with a trap door that opens dropping the rider into the slide.
When it's time to relax hop on a tube and float on the Endless River or float atop the waves in the Whitewater Bay wave pool.
New For 2020 – Snake River Run a new $1.3 million ride where seated in a single or double tube you launch into a "double explosion loop" followed by back-to-back flying saucer turns.
Type of park:
Reopened May 30, 2020. Open daily through Labor Day, then weekends through September.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2020 Admission Rates
The park is located approximately five miles west of Boise off I-84, exit 44 in Meridian. Parking is free.