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Roaring Springs Waterpark, Meridian
(4.1/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • i almost died at roaring springs by drowning in the kiddie pool. I also got a 90$ ice cream that melted on me. 
  • This is a great water park with many options for family of all ages. The one draw back is long lines but worth it. 
  • Very Clean! Great time for all ages, from toddlers in the kiddie pool go adrenaline pumping trap door slides! Must do summertime fun in the Boise area! 
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  • Love this park. Yes the lines are long but there's a lot to do and you can always stand in a shorter line and wait for the other one to get smaller. Everyone has always been very friendly and to those complaining about weight? Do you want to die????? Rules are stricter because laws are stricter now then even a few years ago. It's for everyone's safety. I rather have to stand on a scale then just get on the ride and then flip. I've flipped on a ride before and luckily it was at the end so all I got was some bruises but it wouldn't have happen if there had been stricter rules in place!
  • Water park is a blast and definitely fun for all ages. The lines can get a little long when it's hot and of course everyone goes to the water park when it's hot. The food/drink offerings are adequate, but on the pricey side. In a pinch, it's not uncommon for people to pack a picnic and leave it in a cooler in the car. When people get hungry, pop out to the car and grab a snack then head back in to get some more trips down the slide. TO get the most out of your admission, plan to get there close to open and make a day of it.
  • It's a good time and well ran. Yes, it's crazy busy, but it's also the only water park anywhere close enough to get to. The pricing is comparable to anything else, but they also have coupons everywhere and weekly specials that help a lot with the cost. If you have a few people going, getting a cabana is the way to go. Having your own little private area is a lot more relaxing. They also have plenty of staff to alleviate the worry of your children running around by themselves. Not sure why there are negative reviews. So they weigh you on certain rides now. I'm not a small guy, and I own it, so if they want to weigh me for the safety of me and everyone else, so what?
  • Great water park especially mid-week. Look for coupons and deals it can be expensive. The ability to get a cabana gives you a little privacy especially while eating. I was visiting form the east coast (New England). Not too many water parks around this was a nice treat in the 100 degree desert heat.
  • WAY OVERPRICED!!! before you go in and even the food is over priced. Took my toddler a few times this summer spent $40 just on my toddler... for 4 hrs of not even going down the slide...could just go to the Village.