Wet N Wild Las Vegas 3.0 (reviews)

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About Wet N Wild Las Vegas

Are you ready to take on all the slides at the new Wet N Wild in Vegas?  Are you sure?!  

So, you're really ready to be catapulted from 36 feet in the air through a 110 foot tunnel, before experiencing zero gravity in the eye of the Tornado?

And you're ready to plummet through an enclosed tube slide then be pulled around by centrifugal forces?

And just to be sure, you're ready to start more than six stories up in the air where you then take on a near vertical drop at a heart pounding 33 feet per second? 

You must be brave!

But don't worry if you don't think you are quite up to the challenge, as Wet N Wild have everyone covered!

Kiddie Cove is a great area for those little adventurers with three fun slides, which provide a great introduction to the water park, and Paradise Cove is a refreshing multi-level complex of interactive elements across five super fun zones, including nine slides and 300 gallon tipping bucket!  Better watch out! 

To ensure the kids stay safe, each ride has a height and weight restriction, so just make sure you check these out before you start queueing.  Sometimes the rides are scarier than they look! (We found out the hard way!)

If you want a change of pace, check out the family friendly events they hold throughout the year, such as the Labor Day Weekend BBQ and Dive'n'Movies where you can enjoy the latest blockbusters from the relaxing wave pool or the comfortable deck chairs out under the stars. 

Get ready to get WILD! 

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Adults $39.99 (42" and taller)

Children $29.99 (42" and under)

Free Under 2 years.

Last Update 2022

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Wet N Wild Las Vegas FAQ’s

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at Wet N Wild Las Vegas?

You are unable to bring outside food into the park (except plastic water bottles), but don't worry because there are plenty of foods for you to choose from! American classics such as burger, chicken and pulled pork and pizza. For those sweet toothed water babies you can grab churros, funnel cakes and even fried cheesecake - yum!

Any top tips when visiting?

Be sure to take your own towels, but don't worry about sunscreen - they will provide it for free - It's very important you look after your beautiful skin!

Does Wet N Wild Las Vegas have healthy eating or Vegan options?

Special exceptions to the no outside food rule can be made for special medical dietary requirements, food allergies as well as baby food.

The Oasis Cafe serve healthy snacks like veggies & hummus, chicken caesar salad, veggie burgers and fruit.

Is Wet N Wild Las Vegas fully accessible?

Just speak to staff if they have any questions about the accessibility, they will be happy to help!

Any additonal information?

There are three different sizes of locker available for you, which are not included in the admission cost but a great way to keep your items safe. Lifejackets, however, are provided at no cost.