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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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  • Roaring Springs is wildly overpriced and overrated for the size and features. The park is reasonably clean and well-kept, and the attractions they offer are well-maintained, but being a smaller water ...  more »
  • Roaring springs is fun for the whole family. Our favorite attraction is the endless river. Grab a tube and just float and float! They also have good food. Try the grilled hamburgers, cheeseburgers, or...  more »
  • This is the perfect place to take the family on a hot summer day in Boise. There is no way that you cannot have fun. The rides, the slides, the wave pool there is something for everyone. You can bring...  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....
  • 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.
  • Fun slides. I went as an 18 year old and it was fun, but 3-8 was the perfect time. I didn't feel the need to go all day, I would have gotten bored. Fairly busy so the lines were long too :/ I went on a weekend though... The two for Tuesday deal (2 people for 30$ from 3:00-8:00) is definitely worth it!! I enjoyed it, but didn't feel the need to go all day.
  • Was really fun and didn't find ourselves bored. Lines weren't to bad (we went on a Thursday). Wouldn't suggest buying the food though. Bought 2 curly fries for 3.99 each + tax and they weren't even hot. Bottle of water was 3.70 something?
  • Pricey to get in, but completely worth it. Went on a Saturday for 6 hrs. My kids (9 and 10) had a blast! My husband and myself really enjoyed ourselves as well. Lots of different things to do. Lifeguards absolutely everywhere monitoring everyone. Didn't experience long lines for slides; lines moved quickly. Staff helpful. Park was well maintained and clean. They have a medical building with staff at all times ( we needed a bandaid and they were quick to help and kind). Bathrooms spread out, so no searching! Lots of tables and chairs with umbrellas. There were also plenty of lounge chairs as well. Free life vests all over! You just grab one if needed. Just be prepared to spend a little t of money on food and drinks!! Two water bottles were $7 alone. They do have different food options through out the park, along with different dessert places. All in all, well worth your money!