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My two year old is convinced this is the beach and cries to be taken back during the rest of the year. For the first month after summer he sits by the front door waiting for us to go back. I love how consistant the staff is in keeping big kids and adults off the little kids slides so the little ones don't get hurt and how helpful they are with the kids.
Have to get here before they open, especially on a hot day, or you will be sitting in your car for an hour just waiting to get in! Be prepared to pay for EVERYTHING! Starting with $15 parking, tickets to get in, no food allowed, not even water.. We did get annual passes and the parking pass. Pays for itself in three trips. But it is so so very busy! And not the most polite group of customers.. But I must admit, they have something for eryones, if you are prepared to wait in line. However.. My daughters friend (6yrs old) is taller than my daughter (7 yrs old), they were playing nicely in the little kid splash area (the tall 6 yr old is very timid and frightened of slides) so this area was perfect for her, until we got kicked out because she was taller than the stick! Even though she was younger, and in a group with other young kids, she was kicked out of the area because she was too tall. I realize they need standards/limits but really? Personal judgement would go very far here...
WE PURCHASE OUR TICKETS ONLINE TO AVOID THE LONG LINES. MY FAMILY GOES THERE EVERY SUMMER 3X A MONTH. WE LOVE GOING THERE. EVERYTHING IS GREAT THERE THE RIDES AND ALL. ITS A GREAT PLACE TO TAKE YOUR FAMILY WE HAVE 5 KIDS SO ITS A PLUS TO KNOW WHERE TO TAKE THEM AND HOW MUCH FUN THERE ITS 10PLUS.LOVE IT!
The fifty-acre park, the largest water theme park west of the Mississippi, houses fifty million gallons of water and more than thirty-five water attractions for aquatic thrill seekers, including the Vortex, a four-story tower with two enclosed, 270-foot-long, spiral body flumes; and the world’s highest headfirst water ride, the High EXtreme. For those not inclined to plunge from such heights or velocities, there are tamer options, including a children’s activity pool and play area. New for 2006 is the Ragin’ Racer, an eight-lane action slide. OutRAGEous!
While living in Azusa, this was a very quick trip down the freeway, and a great excursion even as a mom alone with three young kids. I would go prepared with a life vest for the littlest, a picnic lunch, and plenty of sunscreen! There is a great little winding river, a climbing structure with a large fountain on top with small slides for little ones to go down, and a "beach" to play in. In the area for smaller kids, the staff does a good job of maintaining. Teenagers and adults love all the thrill rides! Can be crazy on the weekends, but is definitely fun for the whole family!