With summer still going on strong, ramen noodles in Los Angeles seems like a fun time, but there are plenty of activities to enjoy with friends and families. One of the best things to do during the summer is to cool off by heading to a water park! Check out all the different locations below where you can have fun at a waterpark.
Did you know that Raging Waters is the largest waterpark in all of California? Featuring 50 acres of fun, you’ll be sure to find something for everyone to enjoy. The park also has things for kids of all ages. From action packed rides to Kids Kingdom, which features a playground full of kid friendly rides and attractions. The fun continues all the way until Saturday, September 21st, which is the last day the park is open for the season.
This park boasts the title of largest water park in Orange County. Here, you and your family can enjoy over 20 slides that any adrenaline junky will enjoy. If you want to relax, head over to the lazy river and soak in the sun. There is also a wave pool and kid area for the little ones to have a good time too! The park is open until Sunday, September 8th.
Located by Six Flags Magic Mountain, Hurricane Harbor is Six Flags’ water park counterpart. Choose between thrill rides, kids rides and family rides that everyone can enjoy. For things the whole family can enjoy together, try the wave pool or the river cruise among others. Kids have two areas to enjoy kid-friendly rides and attractions including Castaway Cove and Splash Island. There are also plenty of adrenaline pumping thrill rides as well! Enjoy Hurricane Harbor until Sunday, October 6th, which is the last day the park is open for the summer season.
Located in La Mirada, Splash! Is a family friendly and family oriented destination that is great for kids and families. While the location offers year round swimming lessons, during the summer, “Buccaneer Bay”, the center’s water slides opens up. Enjoy the pirate themed water slide and choose between three slides before splashing into the pool. The last day Buccaneer Bay is open is Sunday, September 29th.