This huge water park is a full day of fun for the entire family. With speed slides that propel you downward at 35 miles per ... More
This huge water park is a full day of fun for the entire family. With speed slides that propel you downward at 35 miles per hour, and slides that tower eight stories into the sky, even the most daring adventurers will get their fill of splashy thrills.
This was not a very good experience. There were TONS of bee's, and the place was very dirty. I know this isn't Raging Waters fault but the people were kind of rude as well. Not the employees but the guests. Anyway, will probably try a different park this Summer.
This park is full of fun and at the same time, lots of ways to get hurt. There is a serious bee problem, they swarm around the eating area. Its understandable because it is a water park but you would think they could do something about it. The eating area itself is not maintained clean at all, and it is my guess that it is not cleaned until the end of the day, because garbage was collecting around the tables and when the cleaning boy did show up, he swept up trash that had fallen from the trash can, and moved on. Last and most importantly: not one of the bathrooms that I went into had fully functioning toilets. Most of them were stopped up and dirty. While the customer service is decent the maintenence at this place needs a serious overhaul.
Don't waste your time or money going to this park. There are at least a half dozen water parks in the southern California area. For the love of all that is holy, go to Hurricane Harbor, it's cheaper, bigger, better maintained, better organized, and has at least semi-decent customer service. If this is your closest water park, all the other ones are worth the drive to avoid this place. Here's my horrible day at Raging Waters:
I have never had a worse experience with anything that was supposed to be fun. The park is miniscule compared to any other water park I've ever been to, including one in Oklahoma, but they've expanded the parking lot 5 times larger than its initial appropriate capacity, so the place is packed even on a slow day. The parking attendants are also horrible because they allow pedestrians to walk in front of the cars waiting to park for up to ten minutes without letting a single car park, which is a pretty big deal when the line stretches onto the highway. Once we finally did park it took half an hour to get into the water park because it's so far away from the lots. Once we got to the lockers there was no sign or staff member around to tell you that you have to get the locker keys at a separate kiosk that is nowhere in sight of the actual lockers. The instructions in the lockers themselves make it clear that they used to have the key already in them, like at Six Flags, but there's no indication that those instructions aren't relevant anymore. We waited in line for a ride for ten minutes with no indication of the line moving any time soon. Then the vending machine ate our money and when we went to guest services to see if we could get the money back they wanted us to wait for a third party company person to get there and deal with us. By this time we had been at the park for a couple hours without even getting wet because we couldn't find the one ride we really wanted to go on because the map of the park doesn't look anything like the park and doesn't even have half the visible rides on it, or a "you are here" spot. And to top it all off, I dropped my school ID at the park and when I realized it after I left and tried to call the park and ask if they found it, it was literally impossible to get in contact with an actual person instead of an automated machine or answering machine.
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