Introducing Raging Waters: California’s Largest Water Park
A water park in Sacramento, San Jose, and Los Angeles? Yes! Raging Waters: California’s Largest Water Park provides endless summer fun at three locations all over the state. Boasting more than 50 rides and attractions, including several slides and attractions suitable for adrenaline junkies, Raging Waters is one of the largest water parks in California and one of the most popular summer destinations around. Check out this guide to find out everything you need to know about Raging Waters, including hours of operation, rates, and rules to make sure your trip there goes off without a hitch!
Located near the pristine lakes, rivers, and streams of Northern California, there is something for every thrill seeker at Splash Kingdom Waterpark in Modesto. Those looking for more action can head over to Island Waterpark in Stockton where the only ride that isn’t a waterslide is a rafting river. And those seeking true relaxation will find it in Dry Town waterpark in Santa Clara where they have only two waterslides on offer. These three water parks are now one family with all your favorite rides and attractions!
Raging Waters, one of the largest water parks in California is a chain of three. The first and original park is in Sacramento on Lake Almanor. This park offers Splash Kingdom, Island Waterpark, Dry Town waterpark, and more than 50 attractions. The second park is found in San Jose off Highway 101. It has Splash Kingdom, Island Waterpark, Dry Town waterpark and more than 30 attractions to choose from. Thirdly there is Los Angeles near the Lincoln Heights area at 720 W 1st Street which houses Splash Kingdom, Island Waterpark and Dry Town waterpark with over 35 rides to chose from including their famous Tornado roller coaster ride for the big kids!
Ranging from wacky water slides to gentle river rides, there is a variety of attractions that are sure to captivate every member of the family. The park also offers themed swimming areas with accompanying areas for adults, kids, and babies. For more adventurous visitors looking for an exhilarating experience, the Cliff Jumps offer an incredible way to get some serious adrenaline pumping. But wait–there’s more! Raging Waters also provides complementary locker service, so don’t forget your town.
What is this water park?
Raging Waters is a series of three water parks set in Sacramento, San Jose, and Los Angeles. The location is especially notable as one of the largest water parks in California, sprawling over 60 acres and boasting more than 50 rides and attractions. It has been open since 1974 and from then to present day have grown from 2 to 3 locations with all sorts of rides for kids to adults alike. In addition to being an attraction for all ages it also hosts corporate events such as receptions or team building activities, anniversaries, reunions and other family events such as
Opening Hours & Admission Prices
On any given day, the park is open from 10am to 7pm, with the gates closing at 6pm on weekdays and 8pm on weekends. Adults will have to Bar Mitzvahs.