Los Angeles 411: Raging Waters in San Dimas, California
Only someone from Southern California would post a blog about a water park in the beginning of February. I realize that many of you live in areas where you are looking out over frozen bodies of water. However, winter will pass before we know it and it will once again be time to engage in summer activities, many of which include water, so here is a fun place to consider if you decide to take a summer vacation to Southern California.
Raging Waters is located San Dimas, in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County. Raging Waters is one of California's largest water parks, located 30 minutes East of Downtown LA.
Guests of all ages can choose from a collection of wave pools, including one called “The Dive-In Movie”, where you can float and ride the waves on rafts and inner tubes while watching a movie on the large screen.
There are water slides of all sorts, including a sixty-foot water slide called, “Drop Off”, which only the bravest water fans will attempt.
There are many themed water attractions, such as “Volcano Fantasea” and “Splash Island”.
One of the newer additions to Raging Waters in San Dimas is a roller coaster type ride called “High Extreme”, which gives any dry land roller coaster a run for its money.
If you get hungry from all those water activities, there are themed restaurants and food stands galore, such as “Sharkeys Seaside Grill”.
So if your summer plans include a vacation to Southern California, plan to visit Raging Waters in San Dimas, and plan on having some outRAGEous family fun.
Raging waters is located at 111 Lakeside Rd, San Dimas, CA 91773, phone number (909) 802-2200. Months and hours of operation are from May through September, 10am to 7pm, Monday through Sunday.