Wild Water Adventures 2.6 (reviews)

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About Wild Water Adventures

Did you think Fresno could be so....cool!? Well, at Wild Water Adventures, it can be!

This family friendly water park is a great way to cool down over summer. There are a host of water activities of varying thrills, so the whole family will be able to find something just for them.

Did you know that the crowd favorite is an adventure called the GhostSlider? Can you guess what happens? We'll give you a hint - it involves a whirl wind flume, and a dizzying super bowl! Ah!

Also popular for those thrills is The Blue Wave, with 30,000 sq feet of wave pool - in fact it's the LARGEST in the whole of California! There is beach entry, so those little ones can have a splash and pretend they are in the ocean too!

For those little water babies under 52", Adventure Bay is perfect for them. There is unlimited fun with tropical gardens, a splash pool, colorful sea creatures, slides, and great interactive fun. They can splash, climb, hide and slide all day!

They can also be a mini swashbucklers in Buccaneer Landing with kiddie sized slides, as well as Orca Lagoon with two fun dolphin slides and shallow waters. 

Wild Water Adventures has so much water fun you might not know where to start! They have thrilling mat slides for that extreme racing, as well as half pipe slides and yes....even a black hole!

Dark tube rides, pirate ships and whirling tunnels continue the fun in Fresno. We told you Fresno was COOL!

What thrills will you take on first!?

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Adults $31.99

Children $23.99 (Under 48")

Free Under 2 years

Last Update 2022

Discount Seniors ($16.99) and after 4pm ($19.99)

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Wild Water Adventures FAQ’s

Doing our bit

They LOVE to keep you all safe, so some of the rides have height restrictions on them so you can make sure you are on the appropriate rides.

Any top tips when visiting?

You can rent a cabana and lockers if you want to make your stay a little more comfortable with places to keep your things safe.

Does Wild Water Adventures have a gift shop?

There is a Splash Shop where you can pick up all those swimming needs! If you forget important items like sun screen, make sure you pick some up!

Teachers corner

They have group rates which is perfect for those student trips to celebrate, stay cool or just have fun!

Does Wild Water Adventures have healthy eating or Vegan options?

They have a number of BBQ's located throughout the park, so you can bring your own food to enjoy it you want!

Is Wild Water Adventures fully accessible?

Guest Services are the best place to speak to about any special needs you might have

Any additonal information?

Even if you aren't swimming, you will still need to pay for the admission