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Seven Peaks Waterpark Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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1.5/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
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  • Great to go with family, fun for all ages. Have monitors that take care of all. Great
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  • I was considering taking the grand kids to this park, then got a couple of free passes and had to make it happen. Groupon also had some great deals. We got there around 11am and stayed until they clos...  read more »
  • Rarely to you see such focused life guards as we did at this fun waterpark...though we did not go onto the steep blue and yellow slides....the others were good enough. 
  • Good place not great. Older slides but still fun. Lots of room to spread out and put up a beach umbrella/tent. You can bring coolers with ice and water but no other drinks or food. Great deal with the pass of all passes deals available on the web. Lots of room for toddlers and small children to swim and have fun.
  • I have been going to Seven Peaks, preciously Raging Waters, (and earlier Wild Wave) since they opened in 1982. I have read some of the poor reviews and have to wonder what these people are expecting - a private island in the Bahamas? This place is the closest thing to a beach in Salt Lake, with seagulls to boot, and is a major BARGAIN! It is clean, fun, the staff are friendly and our entire family always has a great time. The wave pool is warm and such a great place to hang out with the babies in the shallow water while the big kids play. We got a season pass for $20 a person, and season parking and tube rental for an additional $30. I have not one complaint and plenty of praise. This is a Utah treasure - my favorite summer place to relax and play with my family in the summer. Haters just always have to hate.
  • It was fun. We did the pass of all passes and added 15 for parking and 9 for each tube rental. A day rental is 6$ and a day parking is 7$ I paid 26 for just the pass. So worth it even if you plan on going twice only but it's good for an entire year once you get it and you can use it for other places. The park is great for kids and everyone else.
  • My toddlers have a lot of fun for cheap with our pass of all passes but they could do a lot to upgrade & repair it. They've done a nice job with seven peaks provo but it seems they just let the salt lake one get run down. My kids are young enough it's fine since we usually only do an hour or so each time we go but it would be nice if they repaired it more.
  • It is obvious that they don't put much-needed money back into the park like the Provo location. The "Tidal" pool hardly ever works like it is suppose to, they've removed the countdown clock...actually all clocks are gone and they don't play music anymore even though the speakers are still mounted. The most the grass has turned to mud and cannot be walked on or used and in many places artifical turf may be better so it can at least be utilized. Don't get me wrong, we love the park and go every year, but are also disappointed that it isn't potential. However, it is often full because the pass of all passes is such a good deal for those of us who can't afford much, but it would be nice if it was fixed up before next year's reopening. Maybe they could reallocate some fund from Provo's location to put back into SLC location over the winter season. I am just a voice speaking for many who feel the same. Or they could do the Xmas attraction here at the SLC location to earn funds to put back into the park here as well.
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