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Aquatica San Diego
2052 Entertainment Circle
San Diego
CA
91911
Tel: 619 226-3901

Where are we going today?

Who's ready to cool off in summer? We know we are, and Aquatica San Diego is just waiting to help you do just that!

Aquatica San Diego is part of Sea World, so you know there will be a host of rides, thrills, splashtastic times to be had!

Have you every tried a high speed racing water slide? No? Well, we don't want to make you nervous by saying all you do is slide 375 feet around a 180 degree swooping turn as well as slide in and out of tunnels! Are you feeling brave!?

You can endure the STEEPEST drop in the park with the HooRoo Run, where it's 80 feet of pure downhill thrills, or you can choose from three different slides on the Kiwi Curl where one of the options you are in the dark!

Walkabout Waters is the perfect choice if you want to just take it easy on the four-storey interactive outdoor attraction, and Loggerhead Lane gives you 1,250 feet of long and lazy river to cruise down!

If you have those smaller water babies in the family, you can take them to Slippity Dippity, the toddler zone with age appropriate water elements just for them!

Did you know that Aquatic San Diego isn't all rides? Nope! There is even WILDLIFE there! The vibrant colors of the flamingos make them a popular attraction for kids, and if you are near the freshwater lakes and ponds, then keep an eye out for those cute freshwater turtles...they might just be poking their heads out to say hello! 

Cool off in San Diego at Aquatica - why not take the plunge!

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When can we go?

10am - 5pm most days but check before you visit

Season ends late September.

Teachers corner

If you want to bring the students, why not check out their group rates and take them for a fun day out! .

I'm Hungry!

From meals at the Waterstone Grill, to snacks at the Mango Market, there are plenty of things to fill those water loving tummies of yours!.

Healthy Eating!

There are healthy options in the park, like salads, and if you have allergens then speak to the staff as they are trained to help you find the best meal for you.

Any Top Tips?

If you want some privacy, hire at cabana (additional cost to admission) or a locker to keep you things safe.

Doing our bit

They have safety as their number one concern, so follow any regulations they have, including height or weight restrictions. Those under 42" must wear a life jacket .

Need a little extra help?

The park is set up to be wheelchair accessible. If you are visually impaired, give them two weeks notice and they can assist you on your day out .

Baby Facilities

Family restrooms are available near the main entrance to the park .

Can I get one of those?

The stop there has everything you could need, including footwear, sun care, hats, swimwear, and fun souvenirs to take home too! .

More information

Hands free cameras are permitted on certain rides, but other cameras aren't. .

What people are saying?

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    I loved Aquatica it was super fun,even when the lines are long it is always worth it ! Aquatica is the BEST WATERPARK I HAVE EVER BEEN TO! It has reasonable rules, and great,fresh severed food.IT IS GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AND IT IS UNBELIVABLY AWESOME FOR ALL AGES!!!!

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    We just spent a day at Aquatica and were very excited to go, we'd been to the Orlando one many times when we lived on the East Coast and expected a similar experience.
    Our experience was less than exciting!!!!!!! In the lazy river the floats are left empty and clog the entire waterway.
    Instead of being pulled out of the water and lined at the entry points they are left floating and at some points you have to push them out of the way just to get through.
    There are only 2 areas where small children ( my daughter is 6) can really play, and the food...Read More

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    Water slides were fun. They could use more though. The lazy river was more like the river from hell. Way overcrowded, unused tubes floating everywhere, and pushing and shoving.

    Overall it was a good time, the place is fun but has the potential to be way better.

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    It's a small kids Park. It's kinda advertised as a decent size Park for adults too. I went the other day, tiny, hour long wait in line for a tube the first ride we go on. For kids it might be fun but for the adults your jyst babysitting.

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    Parking fees rape you $20. $42 admission. Plan on a hundred dollars per person to cover the day. No dolphin encounter, no aquarium, no penguins, jacked up food and drink prices, long lines, closes early, and in the land of year round great temperatures, it's only open for the summer, and no improvement in the recent past. $16 itty bitty all day locker rental. No squirt guns!

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by Corinne Gallagher

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We just spent a day at Aquatica and were very excited to go, we'd been to the Orlando one many times when we lived on the East Coast and expected a similar experience.
Our experience was less than exciting!!!!!!! In the lazy river the floats are left empty and clog the entire waterway.
Instead of being pulled out of the water and lined at the entry points they are left floating and at some points you have to push them out of the way just to get through.
There are only 2 areas where small children ( my daughter is 6) can really play, and the food concessions are limited.
The price of admission doesn't justify the recreation that is offered. This will be our first and last time at this Aquatica.

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