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Ravine Waterpark, Paso Robles

(4.1/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • We take our kids here every summer and we always have the best time! The service is wonderful. I would say that if you do go, get a cabana. It's a little bit more, but you're guaranteed some shade whe...  more »
  • So much fun!! We went for a senior day (over 40) party. I loved it, I wish they would do that more often.  more »
  • The Ravine Watepark is a lot of fun for your entire family. Though it is not the biggest waterpark I have been too it was the most friendly and cost efficient. The waterpark has expanded of the past s...  more »
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  • We get passes every year! Their pool for little kids is huge, has various slides, and other fun stuff. The place has a resort feel to it. We go on weekdays when there is always good parking and there are lockers available. A wonderful gem in the community!
  • Great water park! The life guards were all very alert and the grounds were clean. All of the slides were fun. My family enjoyed the day.
  • Really fun place to go with the family. Reasonable price to go in; even the food inside is very affordable. Very safe place for kids, with a lot of lifeguards all over the place.
  • This is a small water park, but a ton of fun. The admission prices are very reasonable (family of 4 (3, 7, and two adults) was $100 - not cheap, but compared to other water parks, certainly reasonable. No charge for parking, cabanas was expensive but with a large group (8 adults, 8 kids ages 2 to 9), was a good idea, and the food was priced fairly for being at an amusement park. Perhaps the biggest compliment to give them was the lifeguards. The lifeguard staff was on point! I don't say this lightly - I had lifeguard training in college, and as a parent, watch my little ones in the water. The young men and women at The Ravine are first class lifeguards. They are well-staffed with lots of guards throughout the park, rotating positions frequently (important for keeping good watch). They were also friendly! They helped encourage our kids down the slides they were nervous about, helped with innertubes at the bottom of each slide, and were not jerks about the way they'd enforce safety rules. I've seen others give kudos to the Ravine lifeguards, and am happy to add ours! The park has a nice lazy river ("Kickback Kreek"), perfect for cruising around in a tube. They have 2 slides ("Anaconda" & "Viper") that snake down on the SE end of the park - cool sidenote on those is that they let out in a pool that joins right back up to the lazy river. There is a wavepool on the N end of the river. There's a really nice, good sized knee-deep pool ("Tadpool") for the younger kids (esp. for the 2 - 5 age range, though the older kids also liked the little slides and all of the fun splash-zone things to do there, too). There is a single large drop slide ("Kamikaze") and the other dads and I liked the best, "Vertigo" (though everyone calls it the Toilet Bowl because it does resemble one!) - that one is a tube that shoots you into a bowl, where you swish around 2 - 3 times before dropping through a center hole into a deep pool where a lifeguard helps guide you out. "Quadzilla" and "Thunder Run" are the other two slides at the north end of the park, each accommodating 4 people at a time (4 "lanes" with a rider lying on a foam mat racing down on Quadzilla, 4 sitting on a large inflatable raft down an extra wide slide on Thunder). We were very pleased that it wasn't too crowded, and we definitely spent the day splashing, sliding, and playing, not standing in line getting sunburned! Free use of innertubes and life-vests was another plus and added to safety and comfort. We'd happily bring our family here again.
  • They did not have a weight limit posted anywhere on their website or outside before you pay. They about made a 16 year old cry after weighing the individual in front of others and rudely told them they were to "heavy" to ride all but one ride, after spending I'm sure close to $100.00. Like those of us who are not "model perfect" do not have enough issues, now we have to be embarrassed at water parks when we are trying to have fun with our families.