The only attraction of its kind in the Palm Springs area. Wet'n'Wild Palm Springs is a 21-acre waterpark offering desert visitors the chance to cool off with 19 water attractions, including 15 water slides, a giant wave pool, a FlowRider simulated surfing ride, lazy river, kids slides, and Kahuna's Beach House– a multi-level, family fun-house with five slides.
Rides at this waterpark vary from simple kids slides to exciting thrillers for the family and adrenaline junkies. Daredevils won't want to miss the thrills on Tidal Wave Tower where two side-by-side body slides, free-fall nearly straight down, seven stories. Pacific Spin is Wet'n'Wild's multi-person tube ride that begins with a 132-foot long tunnel that drops into a giant six-story funnel on its side, resembling a steep downhill half-pipe.Surf Rider is multi-rider toboggan water slide. In the southwest corner of the waterpark is Riptide Reef, an 800,000-gallon wave pool, producing ocean-like waves that you can ride on a tube.
This waterpark originally opened in 1986 under the name Oasis Waterpark. Purchased by Cedar Fair Entertainment in 2001, the park was re-themed and renamed Knott's Soak City in 2002. The park was sold again to CNL Lifestyle Properties in 2014, re-named and re-themed Wet'n'Wild Palm Springs, and expanded with the addition of the FlowRider.
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March 10, 2018 to October 14, 2018. Operating days and hours vary.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2018 Admission Rates
From Interstate 10 take the Gene Autry Trail exit and proceed south or from Highway 111 turn onto Gene Autry Trail heading north and proceed to Wet'n'Wild Palm Springs.