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The Cove Waterpark

Jurupa Aquatic Center – The Cove Waterpark – is part of Riverside County Regional Parks. This 7.5 acre aquatic facility is a combination waterpark and competition swimming pool.

Sporting a pirate theme, the waterpark offers a variety of water attractions for families to enjoy during the summer months. The waterpark attractions include Riptide Reef, a double FlowRider® that creates a smooth barrel-less wave that riders can body board or stand-up to surf, Crow's Nest, a water slide tower with three different 180-foot slides, and Captain's Bay, a water activity pool in the middle of Treasure Cove. For a relaxing time try the Ne'er Endin' River, an endless lazy river that passes by pools, waterfalls and beneath bridges. For young children there is a pirate themed splash playground called Lil' Mate's Lagoon.

The Cove Waterpark is a full-service facility with food concessions, changing rooms, lockers, and picnic areas. The park can also accommodate birthday parties.

More About The Cove Waterpark

4310 Camino Real
Riverside, CA 92509

(951) 360-1974

Park website:
www.covewaterpark.com

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Type of park:
Outdoor Waterpark

Park size:
7.5 acres

Operating season:
Due to COVID-19 the park remains closed. As of August 3, 2020 a reopening date has yet to be determined.

Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.

Admission prices:
2020 Admission Rates

  • General Admission: $19.50
  • Child (under 48"): $15.50
  • Senior (age 55+): $15.50
  • Toddler (under 36"): $10.50
  • Riverside County Employee & Military: $15.50
Children under 30" are admitted free. Discount admission offered on Tuesday and Thursday nights.

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