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It is nice having the waterpark near our neighborhood. We don't have to go far to LA or San Dimas. The only bad thing about it is all of San Diego's residents seem to come here in one day, like ants whom found sugar.Other than that, I'm not complaining though. The line is long but the ride is worth it and gnarly!!! They got everything for everyone. The water is well as clean as a crowded gathering, but it is still acceptable. I recommend to go around to different supermarket or shopping center to get good deal, cause something will show up in summer. Then come here early to get to the rides before everyone and leave last. Don't forget to get a couple lockers and bring only the essentials from your car. We fit 3 people's stuff in one locker. We share a sunblock, bring couple towels, one big container of water, and a credit card. Just carry as little as possible. I checked here http://www.family-vacation-getaways-at-los-angeles-theme-parks.com/Soak-City-Hours-and-Attractions.html for the opening hour, cause it varies between months.
We attend Soak City in San Diego almost every summer, and the kids always enjoy it more. There is a great kid's section for the younger ones, and there is a Lazy River around it, where you can just float. The older kids usually goo on big group slides together, and they love it. Also, the wave pool is a blast. Especially when movies are played!
Thirty-two waterlogged acres packed with twenty-two of the most intense water rides imaginable and appointed with a 1950s San Diego surf theme. Body slides, tube
slides, wave pools, beaches, and a kiddie play zone will supply your youth with a water wonderland filled with surprises. Food and snacks available on the premises.