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Raging Waters Sacramento, Sacramento

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  • This is the longest review I've ever written, but you all deserve to hear of my entire experience! I was super excited to go to the water-park on Memorial day, but much to my disappointment, it was a ...  more »
  • Diana, the birthday coordinator, and Kady, the server at Shipwreck Reef cabanas, are the main reasons why I'm leaving a positive review. They were both friendly and professional. Diana made us feel li...  more »
  • It was super overpriced! It costed $6 for one innertube that no one used. There were wasp nests on the rides. The bigger rides such Cliffhanger, Shark Attack, and Stingray are fun. The other are not a...  more »
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  • I've never been to a water park before so I don't have much to compare it to. The slides could have used a good scrubbing inside and out, the decor was a bit rundown and the lifeguards wouldn't talk to you, they would just stand there and constantly nod which I found rather disturbing. They also don't allow you to bring in your own food so you have to buy it in the park and of course it was HORRIBLY expensive for what you got. However, there were different types of slides for every age range and everyone in our group had a great time!
  • Decent priced fun and we had a great time despite the park being smaller than I expected.
  • It was trash...I didn't even get to go on my bday because they decided to close at 1 because it was "slow" and the Weather was bad but it was only partly cloudy. Don't go here ever sunsplash is a way better that's why it costs 3 times more and it's still worth it.
  • I practically have PTSD from my visit to this waterpark. I have been visiting Raging Waters since I was maybe 5 or 6 years old. I am now 16, and I am old enough to see the actual state of this mediocre establishment. For starters, the pavement is absolutely BLISTERING. Since you must buy a locker to store your shoes, it's impossible to walk from slide to slide in these conditions. Nothing is done to cool the pavement down which ultimately forces you off of it and into the grass, bark, or weeds - your choice. What management must forget about is that grass, bark, and weeds STICK TO WET FEET. Of course, this leads me to mention the disgusting state of their pools. When I visit and sit in the lazy river, I don't even want to touch my feet to the ground. I must say, the park's slides may not have significant design flaws, but it's employees sure have some issues. The so-called "lifeguards" are virtually useless. The slide operators often times do not seat people in the right order in their inner tubes. It is supposed to go: lightest person in the front and heaviest person in the back. To make matters worse, the slide operators purposely move your inner tube violently side-to-side before sending you down the massive slides. This not only makes me uncomfortable, but it jeapordizes my overall safety. The slides are maintained terribly. They are rough, faded, and they leak. I have come home with scrapes and bruises countless times from rough slides. They're usually inoperable anyway, which actually makes me feel better knowing that I'm not going to be subject to riding anything that should otherwise not be open to the public. The food is overpriced and subpar to Six Flags cuisine. To sum up my complaints, I am dissastisfied with the condition of the park's pavements, the disgusting and undesirable condition of the park's pools, the lack of expertise and professionalism from employees, the lack of maintenance performed on their slides, and the overpriced concessions that are so desperately needed on a hot day.
  • Really had a good time here. Wasn't too crowded and the staff was very helpful. My 4 year old daughter isn't exactly the strongest swimmer so the lifeguard at the top of the slide would have the lifeguard at the bottom catch her, I really appreciated that and my daughter had the time of her life. The food was way overpriced and sub par. Also 3 slides were closed, otherwise I would give 5 stars. Overall though it's really family friendly had we had a great time. I would definitely recommend.