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Raging Waters San Jose

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Raging Waters
2333 South White Road
San Jose
CA
95148
Tel: 408-238-9900

Where are we going today?

Feeling the heat in San Jose? Why not visit Northern California's LARGEST waterpark - Raging Waters of course!

This family friendly water park has a host of water attractions to keep the whole family cool over summer - so let's get exploring! After all, there are 23 acres waiting to be enjoyed!

There are rides galore, such as the super fun Dragon's Den, where you will catapult through darkness, before plummeting into the mist-shrouded abyss of the dragon....sounds pretty scary!

Raging Waters also lets you bolt through 60ft of twists and turns, plummet into free falling thrills from over 200 feet, and barrel down 500 feet of the Barracuda Blaster. And that's just the beginning!

In addition to the rides and slides, Raging Waters has some other attractions, which are a bit more gentle, for the family and those younger little ones.

The activity pool is the perfect place for the family, with waterfalls, slides and kids can even climb across an alligators back! The Endless River is perfect to just float and relax in, and the wave pool lets you experience the ocean without leaving the park!

Arrrr....let's not be forgetting about Pirates Cove, with cargo nets and water cannons part of the interactive water play structure.

Those super little ones have their own Little Dipper slide, with a bubble pool, and of course the fun Wacky Water Works.

Make a SPLASH on your next family day out at Raging Waters - you know you want to!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$36.99
  • Children$36.99
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Hours vary on the day and month

May to September

Teachers corner

They offer discount rates for groups, so why not bring the students along and enjoy a celebration or sports day!.

I'm Hungry!

There is a host of food to enjoy at Raging Waters! From burgers, fries, pizza, hot dogs and chicken - and of course those sweet treats!.

Healthy Eating!

Only plastic water bottles are allowed to be brought in from outside the park, but there are fresh salads and fruit available within.

Any Top Tips?

Why not hire a cabana for the day for the family? It gives you extra shade and privacy!.

Doing our bit

They have height restrictions on some rides because they want to ensure kids stay safe - so follow these guidelines! There is also a First Aid station in the park.

Need a little extra help?

Get in contact with them to find out all about the accessibility for you. They can let you know the best rides for you.

Can I get one of those?

The Oasis Gift Shop is the best place to pick up anything you forgot - such as sunscreen or swim diapers. But they also sell great merchandise too!.

More information

Parking is self-service stations or parking booths. $6 per car, and $10 Premium Days.

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 (;

The Weather

Friday

Conditions: Clear
Temp: 72° F / 22° C
Humidity: 55 %
Wind: NW - 14 MPH

Saturday

Conditions: Clear
Temp: 73° F / 23° C
Humidity: 57 %
Wind: NW - 15 MPH

Sunday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 69° F / 21° C
Humidity: 66 %
Wind: WNW - 15 MPH

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