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Raging Waters Review: Summer Fun at California’s Largest Water Park

Raging Waters Los Angeles is California’s best and largest waterpark! This 60-acre waterpark in the Los Angeles area has been recognized by USA Today as a “Top 10 Water Park” and is home to more than 50 world-class rides, slides and several attractions for all ages to enjoy, including Aqua Rocket, the state’s only hydromagnetic water coaster! Open mid-May through late September, Raging Waters is the best place for water slides in Los Angeles, to keep cool, enjoy special events, family dining options, and a whole summer of fun!

Raging Waters is Open Now until the End of September. Check out the hours and the dates open:


Raging Waters Los Angeles


Purchase Season Passes or Daily Tickets

111 Raging Waters Dr, San Dimas, CA 91773

(909) 802-2200

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Our Raging Waters Visit This Summer

It’s the last week of summer break for our family and there was no better way to celebrate than visiting Raging Waters Los Angeles this week. Our kids have been asking all summer to visit for the first time and there was something for everyone. The last time my husband and I visited was over 25 years ago and this was our kids’ first time visiting. My boys’ loved the High Extreme water slide, Aqua Rocket, and Thunder Rapids while my toddler enjoyed the multiple large kid’s playgrounds and lounging in the lazy river. Those who want to beat the heat can lounge in the lazy river or enjoy the wave pool. Due to the heat and our kids having difficulty waiting in line, we decided to get the H2Go fast pass. The H2Go pass is a virtual queuing system where you make a reservation by scrolling through the list of available attractions on a waterproof wristband. We were alerted when our ride time was ready and we went through a dedicated H2Go line to enter the ride. The H2Go fast pass was definitely worth it to save time in waiting in line for rides and was easy to use. There were plenty of dining options available such as Pink’s Hot Dogs, Carl’s Jr., Dole whip, refillable drinks & icees and more. We ended up staying the whole day at the park and our family had such a fun time. This will definitely be a annual summer trip for our family! We can’t wait to visit again.

Refillable Icee DrinksH2Go WristbandPink’s Hot Dog 

Tips before you go:

  • Reserve your tickets online before you visit at ragingwaters.com. Parking is $20 and cash only
  • Save time by purchasing the H2Go pass, a fast pass system where you can reserve rides in advance through a waterproof wristband. Enter rides through a dedicated H2Go line and cut your wait time and enjoy more rides at the park
  • The Dark Hole and Dr. Van Dark’s Tunnel of Terror rides require 2 riders on a tube. If you have a 3rd person or odd number group, a swap is allowed where the 3rd person waits for the first riders to finish before going on the ride.
  • Hydrate often and bring your own bottled water and sports drinks. No other outside food and beverages are allowed
  • There’s a storage area for your water shoes and flip flops before most rides. Otherwise, most people hold their shoes while on the ride
  • Bring a waterproof case to hold your phone and capture memories in the park
  • Lockers are available to store your items in the park
  •  Designate a place to meet ahead time with your family

Check out more pics and videos in our IG reel:

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Our visit was hosted by Raging Waters but the content and opinions expressed here are my own

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