Seven Peaks Waterpark Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City

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Seven Peaks Waterpark Salt Lake City Reviews
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  • Went to the park on a Saturday in early August and almost everything was shut down. None of the tube rides were open. All the body slides were closed. The lazy river was closed. The hot tubs were clos...  more »
  • We had never been to this water park before... very very disappointing six of the main attractions were closed everything was extremely run down and trashy.lawns dead. Nothing taken care of. 3 water s...  more »
  • Don't waste your time and money coming here! The place is rundown and not taken care of. My thinking is if they can't maintain the grounds, who's to say the rides are actually safe? The bathrooms were...  more »
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  • Extremely fun place for the family for the price! Could have for sure have better up keep and maintenance most definitely but other than that the food is reasonably priced and is a very fun place
  • The owner of this place is Gary Brinton... Maybe the reason it is so run down is that his park uses "Aluvii" which is an amusement management software. If you look at "Aluvii"'s website, then you might understand why this park is so run down.
  • Sketchy owner in Provo. Treated my daughter badly when she worked there. The Salt Lake location however, is very nice with great management and very good staff. I highly recommend it.
  • This place is so run down. It's really disappointing. The first thing you notice is the green turf is completely ripped up and torn in a lot of places. There are weeds everywhere and dead grass. The kids area was a major disappointment. There were dirty swim diapers left in the rock areas next to the slides, the water was filthy and freezing cold. The lazy river makes you feel like your on the set of The Walking Dead floating past abandoned attractions and rusted equipment. We spent most of our time in the wave pool. It was fun and my kids loved it. But other than that it was really disgusting. We have the pass off all passes and use it for other things. I don't think we'll be back unless they do A LOT of renovations.
  • This place is down right dangerous. Not because of the slides, but because of the poorly maintained grounds. Patchwork AstroTurf around the wave pool has so many trip hazards as to qualify as an obstacle course. The wave oil itself wasn't working. No waves. More than a few slides were broken down for some reason, and the lazy river was also closed. The stairs the the slides are wooden with lots of splintery spots, and loose AstroTurf seeming placed at random spots. In general this place is really run down.

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