Raging Waters Sacremento

Sacramento, CA

Where are we going?

Raging Waters Sacremento
Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail

916 924-3747

What is there to do?

There's an oasis in the heart of Sacramento, and it's called Raging Waters!

Raging Waters Sacramento is ALL about COOL family fun, with over 25 exhilarating water rides and attractions, stomach-scaring slides, crystal clear water and a whole lot of family fun!

Are you excited to hear what you can enjoy? Let's SPLASH then! 

Feeling brave? Why not challenge a friend to race down the SIX story, dual racing slide on the Cliffhanger, or grab those tubes and take on the ultimate water thrill ride as you catapult through nearly FIVE stories of darkness, before vanishing into the abyss!

You can brave the totally enclosed tube slides, or ride the tallest and fastest inline water luge in Northern California! Eeeek!

There are mammoth wave rides with nearly vertical drops, or twist and turn completely in the dark! There are splashes, swooshes, plunges and speed to be enjoyed - and some of them are pretty scary!

Did you know that Raging Waters Sacramento also has Northern California's original wave pool! There is over 540,000 gallons of water that simulates the true ocean waves - even as high as 6ft! Eeek!

If you want a well deserved break, just kick back and enjoy the 800ft long lazy winding river, and those little ones can enjoy their own kiddie sized fun with the Treehouse Reef kids play area, as well as a Shark Pool where at a depth of 2ft, it's a great place for them to learn to swim!

It's all the RAGE at Raging Waters, and we wouldn't want you to miss out, so let's make that SPLASH!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $34.99

Children: $34.99

Free Under: 2 years


Need a little extra help?

If you have a disability, you can call 916 924 3747 for information about the rides


When can we go?

Hours vary by month so check before you go!

May to September


Any top tips?

The best time to visit is weekdays or weekends before 1pm, for less crowds.

I’m Hungry!

From Dippin Dots, to Carls Jnr, Beach BBQ and snacks, there are plenty of things to enjoy to fill up those rumbling tummies!

Healthy Eating

They allow sealed, plastic water bottles if you want to bring your own. It's worth taking as you need to stay hydrated!

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