Roaring Springs Water Park, Meridian

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Roaring Springs is the Northwest’s largest water park and features attractions for every member of the family, including a wave pool, float river, two family raft rides, bowl slide, four-lane racing slide, tube slides, kiddie play area, and the new Corkscrew Cavern 360 degree looping waterslide. Roaring Springs is located five miles west of Boise, off I-84, at exit 44 in Meridian. Wahooz Family Fun Zone and Pinz Bowling Center are connected to the water park and Triple the Fun tickets are available. Visit www.roaringsprings.com for more information.
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  • I felt like most patrons here were families, so we were slightly out-of-place, but whatever. :) We like water parks. We live in Oregon (no water parks), so we HAD to enjoy one on our road trip to Utah...  more »
  • This is a big park with lots of slides. We are retired and on limited budget so went on the 2 for Tuesday which was great. All the staff were ver friendly and seemed to have fun with their jobs.  more »
  • Roaring springs waterpark was full of thrills left and right. It was so much fun, and the lines weren't bad at all. I highly recommend the trapdoor waterslides!  more »
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  • Favorite place in Idaho... the most friendliness service and staff members I've ever encountered... place is spotless - prices are fair... food costs are very reasonable unlike other major theme parks that over charge by tons.... highly recommend this establishment to any and everyone... the cabana rentals make it great to have a home base that kids can go to....
  • Yes it's a little pricey but they also have lots of promotions or deals that help with the entry. I went with a group of 16 ppl so we got a pretty good deal. The food inside is very expensive so you better prepare for that one if you have a big family. I went in around noon and didn't have a line to wait to get in, but we did have to park pretty far. My kids absolutely loved this place. Every slide had lines but they moved pretty fast. Not a lot of shade so try to get there early to be able to get room under the big umbrellas. Overall really good experience, we're definitely going back.
  • This water park has some great attractions and is a lot of fun. I enjoy bringing my family but find it to be cost prohibitive. It is more than $100 admission to take a family of four to the PM Plunge (3-8 PM). If the operating costs justify charging those high prices then I would understand, but I feel like there is an element of greed at play... I wonder if admission would cost as much if there were a comparable competing water park in the Treasure Valley?
  • This water park is pretty cool. It's got some very fun slides and has all different options for everyone. Lazy river, splash pad for the little ones, relaxing pool, wave pool and of course several slides of all types. The wait for the slides on my visit was hot and miss. The popular ones had about a five or more minute wait time. I'm sure it could've been worse on a extremely packed day. I rented a cabana so we had a meeting place and a way to get out of the sun. The cabanas are pretty expensive but for us a no brainier since we have two children, one being only seven months old. They offer water and table service. Two tanning chairs as well. Great buy in my opinion. The overall cost for us was pretty expensive but I know in some cities it's far more expensive. My visit wasn't the best and that's not because of roaring springs. There was a crazy cold front that moved in bringing high winds and a cloud of dust with it. They ended up shutting the place down. We were only there for an hour and a half. Luckily they refunded my tickets. They pro rated my cabana but I got most of the money back. If I was on vacation longer I would've just taken the rain check and went back but unfortunately that couldn't happen. I feel like they treated us well and didn't give us any hassle when asking for a refund. I'll for sure go back to roaring springs then next time I'm in Boise.
  • Exciting water park with something for every age. Slides of all kinds and a couple of drop tubes. A really good burger grill and a Mexican food or hot dogs or ice cream stand is available. A family could easily spend the whole day here.

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