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Raging Waters San DImas San Dimas

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Raging Waters San DImas
111 Raging Waters Drive
San Dimas
CA
91773
Tel: 909-802-2200

Directions

Raging Waters are about 30 minutes from the Disneyland area. From LA/Santa Monica, take 10 Freeway E to 57 N. Exit on the Raging Waters Drive, turn left and follow the signs - then get swimming!

Parking is $15 cash only. Premium parking available.

Where are we going today?

There is nothing like a beautiful California's summers day, and what better way to spend it than enjoying over 50 amazingly landscaped acres of water park fun! Splash the day away at Raging Waters San Dimas - California's largest water park!  Pretty amazing!

Ready to find out all the exciting things you can do? Here we go! Ever wondered about the Bermuda Triangle? Well, here you can just get lost in a sea of FUN! Twists, turns and tunnels will make you feel like you are actually IN the triangle! Perhaps you want to brave two 500 foot long flumes which drop 52 feet - did you know it was the first two-person raft adventure ride in total darkness, in the WHOLE country!?

The Drop Out is a SEVEN STORY drop - one of the tallest in the entire country, and Neptune's Fury is a 600 foot long wild ride dropping you at 30 miles per hour! Crazy fun!  And we're only just skimming the surface of these amazing rides!

Of course, not all the rides at Raging Waters San Dimas are for the very brave. There are fun wave attractions, river and pools, like Splash Adventure Island which has 12 levels of fun, and Flowrider where you can try your hand at surfing!

Little kiddies will love the attractions especially for them, like Kids Kingdom which is an amazing playground just for them, and the Little Dipper which is perfect for those under 48" tall and features miniature slides, foundations and wading pools.

So get those simmers out, slap on that sunscreen and get down to Raging Waters San Dimas! Summer’s here!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$41.99 (48" and taller)
  • Children$29.99
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Opens at 9am or 10am. Shuts between 5pm and 7:30pm, season depending.

May to October

I'm Hungry!

What isn't there to eat! You certainly won't be short of those energy fixes. Delicious burgers, juices, hot dogs, pizza, nachos, ice cream....even BBQ! YUM! NO outside foods or drinks allowed unfortunately. .

Any Top Tips?

Why not have your birthday at the park! Raging Waters have a number of party packages so check them out and see what suits you best! .

Need a little extra help?

Guests with special needs may contact the Park at 909-802-2200 for information regarding accessibility to rides, attractions, shops and restaurants. Upon arrival at the park, please inquire as to available accommodations..

More information

A lot of the rides have height restrictions, so make sure you check before you queue to enjoy them! .

What people are saying?

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    Raging waters was great! I loved it very much but the bad things are that the women's bathroom was terrible. You had to hold up the shower handle by yourself and there is nothing for you to hang you towel to have some privacy. Overall the rides were great and the waves too. If you have young kids, and they don't like the cold, I don't recommend going to kids kingdom the water is freezing cold there. The food there is great though.

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    Went to this park with high expectations, immediately I was shocked that they have NO changing rooms.... I was told 'just get changed in the restrooms', so I had to get changed in this disgusting not clean restroom cubicle ! absolutely disgusting, what kind of water park doesn't have changing rooms?

    Lockers - you have to pay $10 for a tiny one person one, $20 + for bigger ones, and you don't get the money back (what a scam).

    Food - as usual rip off the tourists, if you wanted to order a Full pizza which was about the same size as a large Dominos...Read More

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    I am not a water lover and I hate to drink water that is dirty.

    Yup, I got a panic attack on my first ride and didn't know that the water on the rides was up to my stomach area only...I was full from water after the first ride. Just make sure you don't drink the bugs in the water.

    Coming to Raging Water for the first time was fun experience, even for someone who can't swim. Remember money is the key to everything at Raging Water:
    1. $15 parking (CASH)
    2. $13 for a little locker (CASH/CREDIT), but you do get $5 CASH BACK when you return key
    3....Read More

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    Really fun rides but way too crowded and each line takes about an hour and a half. Not worth waiting that long. Not clean at all.

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    Great time nice ride beautiful ladys

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by Simon Pitt

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Went to this park with high expectations, immediately I was shocked that they have NO changing rooms.... I was told 'just get changed in the restrooms', so I had to get changed in this disgusting not clean restroom cubicle ! absolutely disgusting, what kind of water park doesn't have changing rooms?

Lockers - you have to pay $10 for a tiny one person one, $20 + for bigger ones, and you don't get the money back (what a scam).

Food - as usual rip off the tourists, if you wanted to order a Full pizza which was about the same size as a large Dominos it was $33 !!! one slice was $6.99, plus tax. It tasted great though.

Slides - awesome, loved the slides, however the QUEUES!!!! horrific, after suffering mind numbing boredom for 30 minutes per ride, twice, i said 'never again'. So i just went and paid another $20 which I couldn't afford to get a pass which meant I could skip the lines. Once I had that pass I thought great my problems are solved.... Except they weren't because most rides you need 2 people, i was going on my own because the person i went with just wanted to swim and wasnt into slides.... so i was told 'you cant come on this ride unless you find someone'. I had to suggest to the person that they could find someone else on there own and pair us up (they should have suggested that themselves), they did and usually it worked although it was annoying so I tried to avoid rides that were not one person at a time from then on. I really enjoyed the slides and the rapids.

Overall it was good, but DO NOT GO if you don't want to pay another $20 to skip the lines, you'll have a horrible time. Also don't go if you dislike disgusting restrooms that you have to get changed in. Those things aside I had fun.

by Wilson Kwong

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I am not a water lover and I hate to drink water that is dirty.

Yup, I got a panic attack on my first ride and didn't know that the water on the rides was up to my stomach area only...I was full from water after the first ride. Just make sure you don't drink the bugs in the water.

Coming to Raging Water for the first time was fun experience, even for someone who can't swim. Remember money is the key to everything at Raging Water:
1. $15 parking (CASH)
2. $13 for a little locker (CASH/CREDIT), but you do get $5 CASH BACK when you return key
3. $$$ for food and drinks...but you and your sweetie can PICNIC

Also, I was glad I brought slippers to wear, but make sure take them off and place it between your hands when you go down on the slides. Don't forgot sunblock, else you will burn up. Remember, all you need to do is stand up in the water if you cant swim (;

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