This brand-new $50 million Wet'n'Wild waterpark opened in Las Vegas for summer 2013. After a very successful debut, the waterpark reopens in 2016 for its fourth season.
Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas features a variety of waterslides, rides, and water attractions to keep guests of all-ages entertained and cool. Several of the rides found at this park are special like the Rattler which was the first slide of its kind in North America, Constrictor, voted one of the Top 5 Water Slides by the Travel Channel's Extreme Waterparks show, and the world's first waterslide gaming experience – Slideboarding. Thrill junkies can also try the Canyon Cliffs, two body slides that drop six-stories and accelerate riders to speeds of up to 33 feet per second.
Other popular attractions include the Hoover Half Pipe where riders seated in multi-rider tubes plunge down a 57-foot drop that sends the tube up a wall where riders experience weightlessness. You can also line up to race your friends and others on the six-lane Desert Racers. Here you'll speed down a 360-foot lane that descends six-stories, while riding on a foam racing mat face first.
Kids will also have plenty to explore with a 10,500 square-foot, multi-level aquatic play structure – Paradise Falls – featuring 11 slides, spray guns, geysers, and topped by a massive tipping bucket that drenches all who stand below.
For families and those wishing to relax, the park's Splash Island is an interactive children’s area with kid friendly slides and a giant dumping bucket. Nearby, the Colorado Cooler, is a 1,000-foot lazy river to float and Red Rock Bay is the park's large wave pool with three-foot swells that you can body surf or ride while floating on a tube.
Wet'n'Wild also has great amenities including large shaded areas, private cabanas and misters to keep you cool, plus a variety of food & beverage options and a gift shop.
May 25, 2013
Open weekends March 24, 2018 to September 30, 2018, daily Memorial Day weekend to mid-August and Spring Break.
2018 Admission Rates
Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas is located just off I-215 at Sunset Road and Ft. Apache Road.