Raging Waters in San Dimas Celebrates 35 Years
We finally made it to Raging Waters in San Dimas and had a great time splash around! I will admit, it has been 35 years since I last visited this water park... If you have never visited, I've got some tips, ways to save and general park info to get you ready for your visit this season.
Raging Waters Los Angeles opens May 18 through September 21st. Make your plans to enjoy a day of water fun in the sun that is perfect for the entire family. With 50 acres of slides, attractions and a sandy beach, there is something for everyone.
Rides & Slides: Raging Waters offers some of the best attractions in Los Angeles that are great during the summer months to cool you down! take the daring plunge down Drop Out, a seven story drop that reaches nearly 40 miles per hour in just four seconds. Twist and turn down other slides such as, The Vortex, The Bermuda Triangle, and more. Grab a friend and head down one of the many two-person slides and body slides.
Waves, Rivers & Pools: Looking for a little R&R, grab a raft and take a relaxing float down the Amazon Adventure river and drift away.
Kiddie Attractions: Mild, wild or somewhere in between, visitors of all ages can have a raging time in one of Raging Waters four fun areas just for kids: Kid's Kingdom, The Little Dipper, Splash Island Adventure, and Volcano Fantasea.
If you have young children, I would recommend checking into renting a cabana. The park does offer some seating but it is limited and on a first come first served basis. Cabanas give you a great place for the kids to rest, have a designated meeting place and many of them are literally steps away from the smaller attractions like Splash Island and Volcano Fantasea offering a great way to keep your little ones within an eyes shot. Sizes and amenities vary but all come with a table, chairs and front access to beach areas or Lazy River access. Cabana rentals do not include park admission and are available on a first come, first served basis. Reserve your cabana online to guarantee your spot. Prices start at $119 for the day.
Tubes are available in the lazy river and wave pool but are on a first come, first served basis. They do offer rentals for a nominal fee. My tip, get to those areas early to snag a tube (if using ones within the attraction, they must stay there). Wave pool operates is in sessions so keep an eye out for when they start. Tip: if you have younger kids get a life jacket or secure a tube, the pool depth is deep at the end but has beach walk in level perfect for younger kids.
Know before you go:
No outside food permitted, see site for the dining options.
See site for days of operation and hours as they vary.
Parking is $15 per vehicle
Lockers are available for your personal belongings
Life jackets are available for younger children if needed
What to bring:
Water shoes, pavement is hot on little feet going between the attractions.
Goggles to protect your eyes
Bring your own towels
Waterproof case for your phone, cash or CC.
The more Extreme rides are to the right of the entrance along with the Lazy River. To the left is the Splash area, wave pool and a few more of the bugger rides along with food stands and cabanas. Lockers can be found to the right of the entrance.
Enjoy unlimited visits all summer! 2019 Season Passes on sale for as low as $59.99 each! BUY NOW The following attractions open one (1) hour after park opening: Amazon Adventure lazy river, Dark Hole, Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror, Dragon’s Den, Drop Out, Ragin’ Racer and Thunder Rapids.
Parking is $15
111 Raging Waters Drive San Dimas, California 91773-3928