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Review of Raging Waters

Raging Waters
Ranked #111 of 143 things to do in Sacramento
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Raging Waters is Sacramento’s Largest Family Waterpark. Located in the heart of Cal Expo, home of the CA State Fair, Raging Waters has been a landmark in the community since 1986. With over 25 exhilarating water attractions, this family centric location offers a fun and exciting day for guests each season. Popular attractions include: Cliffhanger Speed Slides, Hurricane Bay, Splashdown, Shark Attack Waterslide Complex, Breaker Beach Wave Pool, Calypso Cooler Lazy River and Treehouse Reef! Live For Summer at Raging Waters!
Reviewed April 8, 2013

They don't allow boys to wear swim shirts, but they allow girls to wear any kind of shirt. Sun exposure is a safety issue.

Exposed metal in the slide scratched my youngest pretty good. Only if he'd had his swim shirt on...

Wave pool was broken and not working when we went.

5  Thank PabloFreedom
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Reviewed July 27, 2012

Wow, spent several days beating the heat in Sacramento at Raging Waters. The rides were so much fun, although an escalator would be nice for senior citizens (joke). It would be good if you could buy your ticket (long line) and then go in rather than have to stand in entrance line (long line). Being able to have the season pass is great although again another long line. Fun, active way to spend the summer - just remember to bring water as water foundations are far and few in between.

3  Thank Kate A
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Reviewed June 29, 2012

Raging Waters is not your latest wiz bang water park but my children (11 & 14) still had fun. You cannot bring your own food and drinks into the park so we had to put our lunch back into the car! $10 parking
The park is tired but children and water always make the best of the situation.

4  Thank Pinki24
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Reviewed June 20, 2012

We had a great day at raging waters. Loved the lazy river. Definitely get a cabana!!!

3  Thank jmo02
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Reviewed January 9, 2012

Parking - $10. Admissions varies on the day but is expensive - check online before you go. (overall, the waterpark in Roseville is cheaper.) Can be very crowded on weekends and during the summer and a bit rowdy at night. (I don't let my tweens stay alone.) Food is pricey. Plan to go for the day - you are making an investment!
The kids do love it. They don't seem to mind the long wait for the rides. It's good to go on a hot day as the water always seems to be cold. (especially in the kiddie pool.) We usually go early so I can find a nice chair in the shade to settle in with my book.

4  Thank travel-gourmetstyle
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