California Attractions




California attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.


Waterworld California

Waterworld California is a 20-acre water park located in Concord that is open from May through September. It features over two dozen water slides and attractions including the “Breaker Beach” wave pool and the “Kaanapali Kooler” lazy river.

This California water park features the “Hurricane” and “Typhoon” slide complexes, each containing four different slides. Also included is the huge raft ride, ” Tornado” which blasts guests down a 132-foot long tunnel and drops them 75 feet into the mouth of a six-story funnel. Some of the other slides include the “Honolulu Halfpipe”, the Cliffhanger” speed slides and the “Diablo Falls’ drop slides.

“Wild Water Kingdom” is a 20,000 gallon pool that offers water play activities for the entire family while “Treasure Island” is a water play area exclusively for kids. Other family slides include the “Big Kahuna” and “Dragon Tails”.

For more information on this California theme park, please contact:

Waterworld California
1950 Waterworld Parkway
Concord, CA 94520
925-609-1364
www.waterworldcalifornia.com



The Wave Waterpark

The Wave Waterpark is a 3-acre park municipally operated by the city of Vista. It is open from May through September and features a heated competition sized pool and a “Flow Rider” simulated wave machine. Slides include the “Rip Tide” slide which drops guests into the “Rio Loco” lazy river. Other slides include the “Slam Dunk” enclosed slide and the three-story slides of the “Flash Flood”, “Salsa Twist “and “Tubulation”. Kids can enjoy the four-story interactive water playground, “Rippity's Rainforest”, that also includes an obstacle course and four slides.

For more information on this California water park, please contact:

The Wave Waterpark
101 Wave Drive
Vista, CA 92083
760-940-9283
www.wavewaterpark.com







Wild Rivers

Wild Rivers is a 20-acre water park located along Lake Shanalee in Irvine. It is open from May through September and features over 40 water rides and attractions including the “Monsoon Lagoon” wave pool and “Hurricane Harbor” surfing pool. Guests can enjoy the lazy “Safari River Expedition”, which circles the “Explorers Island” family area. “Explorers Island” includes the “Pygmy Pond” interactive toddler pool, the “Lake Victoria” kids pool and the mini slides of “Typhoon Lagoon”. “Water Walk” water playground.

The “Wild Rivers Mountain” slide complex features over 10 attractions, including the “Nairobi Express”, “Serengeti Surf Hill”, “Wipeout” and the “Congo River Rapids” raft ride. Other slides include the “Cobras”, “Bombay Blasters” and “Sweitzer Falls” as well as the “Wahtubee” speed slides and the “Abyss” dark slide. The park also features the “Bazooka Bowls” funnel slides, the “Patriot” raft ride and the four-story slides of “Chaos”.

For more information on this California theme park, please contact:

Wild Rivers
8770 Irvine Center Drive
Irvine, CA 92618
949-788-0808
www.wildrivers.com



Wild Water Adventure Park

Wild Water Adventure Park is a 52-acre water park located in Clovis. It is open from May through September and features over 20 rides and attractions including the huge “Blue Wave” wave pool as well as an Olympic sized pool. Kids can enjoy the fountains and mini slides of “Adventure Bay” along with the “Buccaneer Landing” interactive play area that includes slides and a big pirate ship.

Slides include the “Banzai Pipeline”, “Black Hole” and “Rampage” speed slides. Other slides include the “Sidewinder” halfpipe tube ride, “Thunder Falls” river rapids and the four drop-out slides of the “Caribbean Plunge”. The “King River Waterworks” complex features the parks four original slides while the “Gold Rush Mountain” complex features the “Vertigo” and “Vortex enclosed slides.

For more information on this California water park, please contact:

Wild Water Adventure Park
11413 East Shaw Avenue
Clovis, CA 93611
800-564-9453
www.wildwater.net







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