Explore Raging Waters in Sacramento

January 15, 2018
Category: Things to do in Sacramento

Raging Waters Sacramento, formerly known as WaterWorld USA and later as Six Flags Waterworld, is located at the grounds of Cal Expo at 1600 Exposition Blvd. It is the largest water park in the Sacramento area. For almost forty years now, Raging Waters has been the de facto destination for a day of fun and frolic for people in the city and tourists who want to escape the summer sun and cool off. The water park has more than two dozen attractions, all of which are suitable for kids as well as adults. There are more than twenty slides and a lazy river that is eight hundred feet long. Raging Waters has one of the original wave pools in California.

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Cliffhanger is one of the most popular slides at Raging Waters. It is an extreme body slide where you race down from a height equivalent of six stories. Kids need to be four feet tall to be eligible for this slide. Dragon’s Den, another popular ride, is a tube slide. Both riders should be at least four feet tall and should not weigh more than four hundred pounds. Most rides and slides have similar minimum height and maximum weight stipulations. Younger kids can enjoy the kiddie slides at Treehouse Reef and Shark Pool. These children’s play areas are ideal for infants and toddlers. The pool is only two feet deep. Other popular rides and slides are Great White, Hammerhead, Honolulu Half Pipe, Hurricane Bay Slide, Mako, Splashdown, and Stingray & Manta Ray. Breaker Beach is the original wave pool in Northern California. Calypso Cooler is a nice place to chill out. There is a volleyball court for those interested and picnic grounds where you can hang out with family and friends.

There are general admission and season pass. There are different types of season passes catering to specific needs. You can check out these options here. There are scheduled events from time to time. You might want to check the calendar if you want to partake in any of these activities. You may want to avoid the time when the California State Fair is held as the surrounding grounds are busier. You would need to get into the fair and then get to the water park. But that is not a problem if you have a good day planned for a visit. The water park opens at 11 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m., with an additional hour on weekends or two more hours on summer weekends.

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