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Wet 'n' Wild Palm Springs, Palm Springs

(3.1/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
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  • The water part is very close to downtown and offers a variety of fun rides for the entire family. A great break from the summer heat. Suggest you bring water shoes as the cement can get very hot. The ...  more »
  • If you can't stand one more second of your children, take them to Wet & Wild! The place is HUGE! and the kids have tons of rides and a huge wave pool to choose. Did I mention a full bar? yes, it is tr...  more »
  • You have to do the toilet bowl, scary as hell. Good for hot days in Palm Springs. Family pack gave s good size pizza and small salad 
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  • Have not been there in many years. Just wanted to say this; Oasis needs to be brought back to life. All the old timers will agree with this. The park was legit. It's employees were happy. The people loved going to the park. The radio stations loved going there and Dj-ing. Time travel back to the 90's. That is when the good times were happening. Oasis Water Park was the best ;)
  • Gave the kids a choice this summer. One day at Disneyland ($600+) or the entire summer ( March-October) at Wet n Wild ($240+). We go two times a week and usually stop in Palm Springs Downtown for dinner/lunch/snack. Great place to kick back and have some fun for a few hours. It's hot (100f+) so not a great idea if you are sensitive to heat. Weekdays are best to avoid large crowds. Eat outside the park and don't bother with lockers. Keep your valuables locked in the trunk of your car.
  • Awesome slides. The First Aid staff (certified EMTs) are amazing and knowledgeable. My daughter scraped her nose and the EMT that helped her was very sweet.... He helped calm my daughter down and bandaged her up in only a few minutes!
  • Me and my sister went today and had an awful experience. We started the day off by going to a big slide that requires you to carry a floaty fit for four up stairs to the slide. We get up take a seat on the floaty and the dude waits till I'm seated to tell me I'm sitting incorrectly. If I'm doing a certain direction wrong speak up don't just stand there in silence! When we got up from the floaty we walked off and the lifeguard girl blows her whistle crazy at us implying that she wants us to put it back with the other ones. I didn't have a problem with doing so but please speak up and don't be in silence and assume certain things to be done. Also in the ripe tip reef pool me and my sister were splashing each other and later get scolded by a security guard/life guard dressed in a blue uniform. She tells us not to be horsing around/causing trouble but we simply were splashing around. She had a very unacceptable and disgusting attitude towards us. I took it she was probably having a bad day but it doesn't excuse her poor behavior. The overall service of all employees /staff sucked!
  • Summer of 2016 our family visited the park. I am a former swim coach, lifeguard, Olympian qualifier for swimming and swim instructor; with that said my experience I can see great lifeguards and who ever is in charge of training did an excellent job!! These lifeguards did an amazing job guarding the pool, their first aid guards were also trained well. Not sure about the nodding of the head of some bc you do lose sight of the swimmers when it was exaggerated. When a near drowning occurred, lifeguard jumped in other guards took over in that position, very synchronized. When a Child suffered from heat exhaustion, a guard radioed for help and three people were there to help within seconds. anyone giving a bad review really needs to look at the safety issue first. This is a very safe place for families to enjoy, but parents you still need to watch your own kids these guards are not babysitters.