Cowabunga Bay Water Park, Draper

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  • My grown daughter, my 6 year old grandson, and myself have been season pass holders for two years now. I spent every weekend but three this past summer at the water park with my grandson who loves the...  more »
  • We came to Utah on part of a two week family road trip to go to the large amusement park in Farmington however we ended up choosing the waterpark instead and I'm glad we did. When we arrived there are...  more »
  • Despite being small, the Park provides lots of fun to the family with heated pools, several waterslides and the delightful lazy river.
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  • Took a family of 5 for the first time today and we had a blast! We got season passes for around $75 p/pass and we can't wait to use them all summer. I have a 6 year old and 2 year old. Both kids could have been entertained all day. The 6 year old loved all the slides (some were a little slow but it's not such a bad thing depending on the age of your children). There's also a couple different play areas which are perfect for my 2 year old. Also, i thought the concession food was reasonably priced. $8-10 is about what you'll expect to pay for a combo meal and I was able to share with my kids. All in all, a great experience!
  • It is a fun place to the family. The pools are not too deep so I feel comfortable with my 8 year old swimming around without assistance. The slides are fun but cold, cold water. There is a gradual pool and lazy river for family and a little kid area for more preschoolers. There are tubes for all to use without additional fees. Lots of fun for the kids.
  • Great for little kids, as the parents can see them easily. No slides dump into pools, so it is more safe. Not a ton of slides, so older kids get bored quickly. Expensive for single day passes, I think so they can push the season passes.
  • The slides were great and the lazy river was enjoyable. The French fries were pretty tasty, but I am not sure about the rest of the food. We had a Cabana, which was great to have a large enough base to return to when taking a break from the sun.
  • Great for little kids and big. Many waterslides. Also, lots of surface water to play in. Kids areas that are safe. NOTE: THERE ARE NO WATER FOUNTAINS. If you don't want to buy drinks, bring water bottles. They don't let you bring any food in.

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