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Waterworld California

Concord, California

Located near San Francisco, San Jose and Oakland, Waterworld California is the largest water park in Northern California with more than 30 water slides and attractions.

Here you'll find Breaker Beach– a half-million gallon wave pool, Cliffhanger– side-by-side freefall body slides that descending seven stories in three seconds, and Tornado– a thrilling six-story funnel of swirling water that drops riders 75 feet on tubes to splash down the funnel before passing through a waterfall into a refreshing pool The waterpark also offers a gigantic wave pool, family play structure with three slides, and Northern California's longest lazy river.

Waterworld California's newest thrill ride, Break Point Plunge, drops riders through a near-vertical chute into a 270-foot long enclosed flume featuring a tight 360 degree turn at thrilling speeds.

Park amenities include a variety of food and beverage options, gift shop, luxury cabana rentals, shaded pavilions for groups, plus locker and changing facilities.

Where To Find This Waterpark

1950 Waterworld Parkway
Concord, CA 94520

Phone: (925) 609-1364

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Water Park Facts

Park type:
Outdoor Waterpark

Operating season:
Open weekends mid-May through September, daily early-June to mid-August.

Admission prices:
2017 Admission Rates

  • General Admission*: $38.99
  • General Admission: $35.99
  • Child (under 48")*: $28.99
  • Child (under 48"): $25.99
  • Senior (age 60+)*: $28.99
  • Senior (age 60+): $25.99
* Denotes weekend and holiday rates.

Children 2 and under are admitted free.

Location & Directions

Waterworld California is located off I-680, exit Willow Pass Road and turn left onto Waterworld Pkwy.

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