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Wild Waves and Enchanted Village, Federal Way
(2.7/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Two Parks for the price of ONE! 70 acres of rides, slides, shows and attractions. You can fly, ride, spin, coast and splash all in one place in one day! Open May - December, on select days.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Having the teenagers check in with me every 90 minutes was key. If they were at all late, we would pack up and go home. I am Auntie and a full time care giver, they know if I say we will go home (whic...  more »
  • We took our niece and nephew here for the day and had a fun experience. There are several nice water slides and rides here. The lazy river is a lot of fun. The timber hawk and log ride are also very f...  more »
  • I can honestly say this is thee worst water/entertainment park I have ever been to. On a rather warm August day our family ventured to this dump. Rather shocked at the price, we did it anyways. There ...  more »
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  • It's definitely not a park built for thrill rides like a Six Flags might be, but it's absolutely a good day. Food is expensive, you pay for parking, ($10), but the rides are fun. Park seems to be staffed only by teenagers, but it wasn't an issue during our visit. If we had had children with us, I'm not sure how much fun we would have had avoiding the funner thrill rides.
  • On the smaller size, but I feel it's just right. There's water rides, with your normal dry amusement park rides. I love the themes they use in this park, and I like how they take safety seriously. FrightFest is great as well with rides and haunted houses.
  • As a person who has been to wild waves throughout my life, I can say that this place is great for anyone wanting a day of fun or relaxation. The name represents the two different aspects of the park. "Wild" meaning dry rides and excitement, and "waves" meaning wet slides or pools. Something about being able to ride a rollercoaster and a water slide at the same place (with lines much much shorter than other, more popular theme parks) is very satisfying. I look forward to enjoying the new rides and attractions that are being built this year.
  • This place is amazing! There are no lines! Was so much fun! You do need 2 days to visit the whole park. A sunny day for the water park and a cooler day for the Enchanted Village Amusement Park. Will come again!
  • I kept my expectations low coming here and had not read any reviews beforehand. We had family in town so we took four boys 9-12 yrs old for the afternoon. Here was the good. It was better then what I was expecting (low expectations). Both rollercoaster rides were fun and while the kids enjoyed several other rides, us adults did the more mellow Wave Pool and Kongo Lazy River. On a hot day it was great. Overall it was a good experience and I think we'd come back again. Bought tickets online which did save us some funds. Now the not so good that kept it from 5 stars. First the male bathroom was pretty nasty which you kind of expect, but the only available stall my son went into had someones underwear and plate of nachos in it, etc. The lockers were very expensive at $15. Food was okay. Anyway, kids had fun and so did the adults hence the 4 star rating. We went on a Thursday and imagine weekends are a mad house which could affect my rating. Check it out!