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Raptor Reef
175 W. Orchard Ave
Tel: 208-762 7529

Where are we going today?

You know what's great about indoor waterparks? Well, it doesn't matter what the weather is....you can still enjoy a SPLASHING great time!

Raptor Reef is Idaho's super family friendly indoor water park, with over 25,000 sq feet of indoor fun with a host of water activities to keep you entertained!

Kids can enjoy playing on the children's lagoon, which also happens to be a super cool 2-storey play structure with water guns, slippery slides and even a perilous tipping bucket!

It's perfect for those smaller water babies as they have a shallow pool, with only 11" at it's maximum depth. Perfect for those wanting to make their own mini splash!

If it's slide you love, then it's slides you'll get at Raptor Reef! The "Lost Falls" is the longest tube slide in the park, at just under 400 feet. Yep - you read right! It's full of turns and twists, that will send thrills through the single or double riders that give it a go!

Want to know that Raptor Reef call their "Superbowl Ride"? It's called the "Velociraptor Vortex" and starts out in a gigantic bowl, and spins you until you're flushed...how cool is that!

Did you know that Raptor Reef has the only indoor wave pool in the area? Pretty special then! This fun wave pool has 6 different wave patterns, and up to 3 foot waves, so you can have all the fun of the ocean, without having to visit the ocean!

Don't forget at Raptor Reef they LOVE celebrating your birthday with you, so why not bring your friends and all enjoy a splashing time!

Idaho never looked so cool!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$21.95 + tax (Over 42")
  • Children$15.95 + tax (Under 42")

When can we go?

Hours vary so check before you visit.

All year round.

Any Top Tips?

Everyone under 15 years must be with an adult .

Doing our bit

They want to keep you safe, so some attractions have height restrictions. Make sure you honor these as they are for your own good!.

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs just give them a call to see how they can help you .

Baby Facilities

All children under 2 must wear approved swimwear diapers regardless on if they are potty trained.

Can I get one of those?

There are some life jackets for your use, but you can also bring your own. There are also lockers available to rent .

More information

Kids under 3 years are not permitted in the hot tub .

What people are saying?

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    This place isn't too bad for what it is. The footprint is small but the space is used efficiently. Life guards are alert and attentive. My kids loved it. The price is reasonable for what you get, and it wasn't very crowded when we where there. We were there in early November so I don't know how crazy it gets in the summertime. But for a place to escape the Idaho cold it was great. The Holiday Inn Express needs some work, but that's a different review.

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The Weather


Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 64° F / 18° C
Humidity: 65 %
Wind: ESE - 9 MPH


Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 56° F / 13° C
Humidity: 73 %
Wind: SSW - 8 MPH


Conditions: Rain
Temp: 52° F / 11° C
Humidity: 92 %
Wind: NE - 8 MPH

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