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Wet and Wild Weekend at California Water Parks

Published on: May 21, 2019

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Memorial Day Weekend is the Season Opener of the majority of water parks in California. If your park hasn’t opened by then, it’s missing out!  They’re wet, they’re wild, and people of all ages are into making a BIG SPLASH at these summertime attractions. Go easy if it’s your first time in swimwear this year to avoid your biggest sunburn of the year.

California’s water parks feature rides, slides, some have camps, discounts for groups, cabanas for rent, lots of food and snacks to buy, and some even offer buy-outs if you want to have the entire park for a special event of your own.

With several dozen major water parks to try in California, there’s hardly a dry eye on Memorial Weekend.

California Water Parks

BIGGEST: Raging Waters San Dimas is California’s largest water park with more than 50 world-class rides, slides and attractions spanning 60 acres of fun.

Raging Waters San Jose offers 23-acres of water rides and millions of gallons fun.

Raging Waters Sacramento with 25 family-friendly attractions is Sacramento’s largest water park.

Orange County’s largest water park: Knott’s Soak City with new Shore Break and The Wedge water slide towers.

Silicon Valley / Bay Area: Boomerang Bay Santa Clara at California’s Great America.

SeaWorld Aquatica in Chula Vist is part of the SeaWorld San Diego family.

Legoland California Water Park in Carlsbad is designed with kids and families in mind.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Valencia maintains the tradition and reputation of Six Flags in offering thrill water rides and attractions.

Six Flags Waterworld California Concord offers East Bay summer heat reprieve.

See water park season openers throughout California!

 

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