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Seven Peaks Waterpark Provo

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Seven Peaks Waterpark
1334 E. 300 N
Provo
UT
84601
Tel: 801-373-8777

Where are we going today?

If you had to guess what was special about Seven Peaks Water Park Provo, what would you guess? Would it be that it has 500,000 gallons of wave pools? Perhaps it's all the family fun that is had there?

If you guessed that it's the LARGEST water park in the entire state of Utah - you'd be right!

Seven Peaks Water Park Provo has a range of water attractions - from the thrilling to the relaxing - so no matter how you want to spend your summer, you will find something for you!

Ready to hear some of the fun attractions just waiting for you? Let's go then!

If you first head to Rocky Mountain Beach, then you are in for the time of your life at the Wave Pool! It's just like being in the ocean, but without having to venture into the sea. The waves actually reach up to 4 ft in height, and you can enjoy the waves on a fun tub, or even body surf to shore.

A great way to practice those surfing skills!

If you want to kick back and relax, you can try the Canyon River, also known by it's more common name - the LAZY river! At just under a quarter of a mile long, there is certainly plenty of relaxation to be had!

Ready to try out some of those THRILLS? The Boomerang is an extreme, half-pipe style ride for those thrill seekers, where you shoot down 3 stories - and Boomerang back and forth over and over again! (Did the name give it away?)

How about the Sky Breaker, where you take on a speed slide more than 6 stories in less than 4.5 seconds. That is if you actually go down on your back. If you want more speed...try it head first! 

The thrills continue with sudden drops, jagged edges and twists and turns you never saw coming. Do you dare to take on the thrills at Seven Peaks Water Park!?

There are plenty of attractions too for those little ones, including water falls, soft floating crocodiles, kiddie water slides and fun fountains.

We told you it was great fun all around!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$24.99 + tax
  • Children$19.99 + tax (Under 48")
  • Free Under: 2 years, and seniors citizens over 65
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

12pm - 8pm.

May to August. Closed Sundays.

Teachers corner

Book two weeks in advance and enjoy the park with the students! They have 3 packages to choose from, and some include foods.

I'm Hungry!

Whether you want a cold treats or a full meal, there is something in one of their four food stands for you! No outside food or drink allowed inside the park except one water bottle each and toddler snacks in a zip lock bag..

Healthy Eating!

You are more than welcome to bring your own picnic lunch, you just have to consume it outside the park in the picnic areas..

Any Top Tips?

Kids over 12 are allowed in the park without an adult.

Doing our bit

They LOVE to keep you all nice and safe, so follow any height restrictions for some attractions as they are there for a reason!.

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs, just speak to Guest Services when you arrive and they can inform you of the best attractions to enjoy.

Baby Facilities

There is a gift shop where you can purchase swim diapers.

Can I get one of those?

There is a gift shop where you can pick up all the swim related items that you might need!.

More information

Make sure you bring plenty of sunscreen and a hat!.

What people are saying?

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    Run down, poor maintenance, staff is not friendly. Sell cheap passes to stay busy, and try to gouge folks on food and parking! Frequently have some of the slides closed for repair. Often very crowded, but did have some fun on slow-ish days during the week when it wasn't over 90F. Haven't gotten sick after swimming there, but the water looks dirty most of the time.

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    Okay, Phallon Park, a good chunk of your "review" doesn't even make sense. Setting your sentence fragment about "stickers" and your lack of punctuation at the end of the one about food aside, there are at least 3 problems:

    1. So the concrete's hot. What can they do about that? Is it supposedly "their fault" that some days are hotter than others? Do they control nature?

    2. Maybe they could maintain their grass better, but you're so goofed up that you think grass is "straw." Straw is not "dead grass," duh. Straw is a whole type of plant by itself...Read More

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    We love Seven Peaks! We have the Pass of All Passes, and we can go for a few hours in a day and still feel okay about it so we can beat the crowds! There have been twice where we've had issues with our passes (one because we couldn't find our code to renew and another because my husband lost his) and both were taken care of easily and with no hang ups. The ride variety could be better, but the lines have never been excessive for us.

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    Here we go. Very poorly managed park. We only went for a free work family day.
    They had stickers everywhere! The huge ones that stick into your feet. Their food smelled like vomit (thank god we didn't eat it) The concrete everywhere was so extremely hot that we were running to the grass which 80 percent of it is dead. So its actually straw. Which believe it or not is hotter than the actual concrete. The lines were long. I imagine people only come here on pass of all passes. You are FAR better off going to the Provo location Or Cowabunga Bay- I would...Read More

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    Saw some passes for Seven Peaks for sale (private seller). 3 for 35 dollars. Their website doesn't work. Tried to call them. Their phone number doesn't work.

    Based on what i've experienced already, and the reviews i've read, sounds like a nightmare we should avoid.

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by Maxx Fordham

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Okay, Phallon Park, a good chunk of your "review" doesn't even make sense. Setting your sentence fragment about "stickers" and your lack of punctuation at the end of the one about food aside, there are at least 3 problems:

1. So the concrete's hot. What can they do about that? Is it supposedly "their fault" that some days are hotter than others? Do they control nature?

2. Maybe they could maintain their grass better, but you're so goofed up that you think grass is "straw." Straw is not "dead grass," duh. Straw is a whole type of plant by itself that isn't related to the death of plants! Dead grass is not "straw," it's just dead grass!

3. So the lines may be long sometimes. But what should they do about that: be a... *less popular* place to go? Is it so "wrong" that they have such good business that they're a popular entertainment location? Long lines may be an inconvenience for you, but that doesn't come as a product of supposed "poor service;" that comes as a product of *great service* at a GREAT price! Nothing wrong with that!

Try getting your act together and having more of a clue before you give a place an undeservedly bad review, mmm-kay, "bud"?

Mike A. Christensen

by Phallon Park

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Here we go. Very poorly managed park. We only went for a free work family day.
They had stickers everywhere! The huge ones that stick into your feet. Their food smelled like vomit (thank god we didn't eat it) The concrete everywhere was so extremely hot that we were running to the grass which 80 percent of it is dead. So its actually straw. Which believe it or not is hotter than the actual concrete. The lines were long. I imagine people only come here on pass of all passes. You are FAR better off going to the Provo location Or Cowabunga Bay- I would rate solid 5! This park needs to get it together.

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