Water Parks

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Make sure that you pack the essentials for your visit - swimwear, sunscreen, sunglasses, water, sandals and towels for a day of fun!

Boomerang Bay (4701 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara) 


Boomerang Bay is located inside the California Great America theme park in Santa Clara and is included in the admission fee. The complex offers a huge lagoon, spray ground of interactive fountains, lazy river for inner tube lounging, a wave pool, and poolside cabanas for rent. Most water rides are not suitable for toddlers, but they sure will enjoy it. Right outside the Boomerang Bay is Planet Snoopy, where the little ones can enjoy low key rides and attractions that are suitable for tots.

Hours and opening days change seasonally, check the website calendar here: www.cagreatamerica.com/hours-directions

Adult - $45.99, children 3 and under – free. Membership and discounted packages available online.
Great America
Prewett Water Park (4701 Lone Tree Way, Antioch)


Seasonal city Water Park with pools, water slides for toddlers and big kids, waterfalls, a floating bridge, shallow tadpool.

Hours and opening days change seasonally, check the website calendar here: www.ci.antioch.ca.us/citysvcs/prewett/park-calendar.htm

Adult - $12-14, children 30” and shorter – free. A nice pricing information: after 4pm, the price drops to $6. Membership and discounted packages available online.
Antioch Water Park
Waterworld California (1950 Waterworld Pkwy, Concord) 


Waterworld California is an outdoor waterpark located in Concord. The park is known for its great water slides, but the two toddler areas are making it great for the little ones.
Treasure Island is a large, interactive water-powered playground, with tunnels, slides and interactive water obstacles.
Lil’ Kahuna’s Waterworks is a renovated sprayground with more than 15 wet-and-wild elements complete with everything from tipping buckets to pint-sized water slides. The nearby shaded seating makes it great for parents, too.
Also available at the park: BBQ area, cabana rentals, and gift shops.

Hours and opening days change seasonally, check the website calendar here: www.waterworldcalifornia.com/hours.php

Adult - $35.99, children 3 and under – free. Membership and discounted packages available online.
Waterworld California
Aqua Adventure (40500 Paseo Padre Pkwy, Fremont) 


Lazy River, splashy water play structure, pool and a few big water slides = Lots of fun! Aqua Adventure is affordable compared to other waterparks, it is not huge, but great for little ones.

Hours and opening days change seasonally, check the website calendar here: www.goaquaadventure.com/schedule.php

Adult - $18.99, juniors (under 40”) - $13.99, children 3 and under – $3. Fremont residents get a discount. A nice pricing information: if you don’t plan to get wet, get the Spectator ticket for $18.99, and upon leaving get $8 refund if wristband returned still on wrist (not available on Saturdays or for Special Events).
Aqua Adventure

Silliman Aquatic Center (6800 Mowry Ave, Newark)


Whether the weather outside is frightful or delightful, it's always nice in Newark’s exciting indoor water park located at the Silliman Activity Center.
With lazy river, two mid-size water slides, lap pool, massive play structure for littles and in-pool basketball, it is a great family outing. All pools are heated year long.

Hours and opening days change seasonally, check the website calendar here: www.newark.org/departments/recreation-and-community-services

Adult - $9, juniors (3-17) - $7, children 3 and under – $3. Membership and discounted packages available online.
Silliman Aquatic Center

Robert Livermore Community Center Pools (4444 East Ave, Livermore)


The new Robert Livermore Community Center has two pools: a zero-depth pool with an interactive play structure and a water slide, perfect for tots (open in 2016 from May 14 to September 18), and a 13-lane lap pool (open year-round).

Hours and opening days change seasonally, check the website calendar here: www.larpd.org/brochures/Summer_2016_Brochure_web.pdf#page=6

Adult - $6, juniors (under 48”) - $4, children 2 and under – free. A nice pricing information: if you don’t plan to get wet, get the Spectator ticket for $5. Membership and discounted packages available online.
Livermore Community Center Pools

Raging Water (2333 S White Rd, San Jose)


Raging Waters San Jose is celebrating its 30th season as Northern California’s premier water park destination. Enjoy scenic panoramic views of Lake Cunningham and the San Jose Foothills, over a million gallons of water attractions, and 23-acres of family fun!
The most popular family attractions include a huge Wave Pool, Endless River and Family Raft Ride. That said, most of the attractions are not suitable for toddlers, and are more for the older adventure seekers.

Hours and opening days change seasonally, check the website calendar here: www.rwsplash.com/hours-and-directions/calendar

Adult - $32.99, juniors (under 40”) - $26.99, children 2 and under – free. Membership and discounted packages available online.
Raging Water

1 comment:

  1. Looks a fun place I need to put on my list of spots to visit with my little ones.

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