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Rainbow Falls Waterpark Elk Grove

Where is it at?

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Rainbow Falls Waterpark
200 Rev. Morrison Blvd
Elk Grove
IL
60007
Tel: 847 228 2860

Directions

From I-290 (IL-53), exit at Exit 4, Biesterfield Road, and head east about 0.5 miles past Arlington Heights Road. Biesterfield Road will become JF Kennedy Blvd. and then about 0.25 mile later become Reverend Morrison Blvd. The park entrance will be on your left side. From I-90, exit at Arlington Heights Road, and head south about 2.5 miles to Elk Grove Blvd. Make a left onto Elk Grove Blvd., and take it to Reverend Morrison Blvd. and will see the park entrance on your right side.

Where are we going today?

Who's ready to explore and enjoy a tropical paradise, right in Illinois? If you put your hands up, then you might want to head to Rainbow Falls Waterpark to make a SPLASH!

Rainbow Falls Waterpark is a super fun way to spend the summer, and get cool!

There are a host of things to do for the whole family, and fun water attractions too! Splash the day away on the multi level water play fun house, or zip and zoom down those giant water slides.

For those little ones, there is even a tot pool so they can have their own area away from the bigger kids.

Feeling like you want to relax a little? Just head on over to the lazy river, where you can just float on your inflatable and watch the world go by! 

The Barracuda Bowl lets you whirl around a vortex in Sunfish Bay, and if you are feeling like a real challenge, then the Calypso Twist might just be for you! Take on FOUR giant water slides that will twist and turn you right down to the rivers edge.

Dolphin Drop will help you make a huge SPLASH, and Dolphin Dive is great for those brave little ones who want to give the cannon ball a go!

Grab some shade as you cool off in Coconut Grove, where you can bring your own lunch and enjoy a picnic!

Lily Pads, bucket drops, and zero-depth fun is all waiting for you at Rainbow Falls waterpark. 

Summer in Illinois has never been so COOL!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$15 weekdays. $16 weekends
  • ChildrenSame as adult
  • Free Under: 2 years.
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

11:30am open. Close 6pm - 8pm seasonally.

Late May to Early September

Teachers corner

They are the perfect destination for field trips, camps, and school groups! Just speak to staff and see how they can help you enjoy a splashing day out!.

I'm Hungry!

The Hideaway Cafe has menu options from Rocco Vino's in Elk Grove Village. .

Healthy Eating!

They have salads and juices available at the concessions, or you can bring your own food into the park and enjoy it on the grass! Make sure you don't bring glass. .

Any Top Tips?

Make sure you take your hat and sunscreen! Also check out the pre-season and post-season times and dates, as you can get more fun during the summer. .

Need a little extra help?

The park is completely ADA compliant, with disabled toilets too.

Baby Facilities

They have swim diapers available, as well as baby changing rooms.

Can I get one of those?

Sunscreen, swim diapers available..

More information

The twilight fees are valid 6pm - 8pm Mon to Sat, and 4pm - 6pm Sunday, where you get a discount for 2 hours of swimming .

What people are saying?

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    This place is a rip off. I remember going at $6 a resident. Now its $9 that is complete rip off and especially you have to pay for a kid that is under 48". It's not that clean of a place. Better spend your money on something better then wasting 50 dollars for only 4 people. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME GOING!!!!!!!

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    It is the best place to have quality time with the family but don't go on the toilet I heard people got hurt

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    Not worth the money for non residents. They charged my daughter full price even thou she couldn't get on any of the slides. The rides that she could get on I thought I was gonna go deaf from all the whistle's from the rule team aka life gaurds. I was looking for a change but would have had more fun at my neighborhood pool and been 32 dollars richer. Oh well you live and you learn, but would certainly not recommend. Hope this saves the next person from making the same mistake I did. Also if your child is under 48" and you are not a resident dont...Read More

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    Great área to spend family time

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    They need to charge more to the out of town people...since most of them do not know how to behave in public. Last time i was there a huge fight broke out and man were hitting woman and there was blood in the pool.

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by Anthony Frye

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Not worth the money for non residents. They charged my daughter full price even thou she couldn't get on any of the slides. The rides that she could get on I thought I was gonna go deaf from all the whistle's from the rule team aka life gaurds. I was looking for a change but would have had more fun at my neighborhood pool and been 32 dollars richer. Oh well you live and you learn, but would certainly not recommend. Hope this saves the next person from making the same mistake I did. Also if your child is under 48" and you are not a resident dont waste your time/money...

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