Seven Peaks Waterpark Salt Lake

★★★☆☆
  • 1200 W 1700 S

    Salt Lake City, UT 84104

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  • 801-375-3650

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We have generally enjoyed Raging Waters, but beware the true cost: You will need to rent a tube that cannot be shared. In the beginning, there seemed to be sufficient "complimentary" tubes. By the end of the year there were often none to be had. So be sure to add the cost of tube rentals for each member of the family for your day use or season pass.

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★★☆☆☆

We have generally enjoyed Raging Waters, but beware the true cost: You will need to rent a tube that cannot be shared. In the beginning, there seemed to be sufficient "complimentary" tubes. By the end of the year there were often none to be had. So be sure to add the cost of tube rentals for each member of the family for your day use or season pass.

Pros: Clean fun

Cons: bait and switch in the overall cost

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8/3/08
After reading the review of the dirty water, my family and I were skeptical about going to raging waters, but considering that there are only three water parks in Utah, and this was the closest to where we live, we decided to give it a try, I have to say, we were impressed by the whole facility, the water was crystal clear, the grounds were groomed, the employees were very helpful, and the concessions stand had great food, for that type of food. Needless to say we had a great time, my 11 year old commented that this water park was his favorite, out of the 3 major ones in Utah that we have tried.
Thanks Raging Waters for a fun expierence.

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★★★★★

8/3/08
After reading the review of the dirty water, my family and I were skeptical about going to raging waters, but considering that there are only three water parks in Utah, and this was the closest to where we live, we decided to give it a try, I have to say, we were impressed by the whole facility, the water was crystal clear, the grounds were groomed, the employees were very helpful, and the concessions stand had great food, for that type of food. Needless to say we had a great time, my 11 year old commented that this water park was his favorite, out of the 3 major ones in Utah that we have tried.
Thanks Raging Waters for a fun expierence.

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We went to Raging Waters in July of 2008. First of all I can not believe they charge $13.95 for a 3 and 4 year old. That is ridiculous, and our toddlers could only play in 2 of their 10+ water features. From the outside it looks like a nice, family friendly, clean park. We were so WRONG! As soon as we paid and went into the park we realized that all of the pools looked cloudy. I was seriously afraid for my children to even set foot in the water. I wanted to grab my toddlers hands and run, but we had to stay and try to have fun for their sake. Another disgusting part about the park is their bathrooms and dressing rooms. They were like something you would see at a camping ground. I was extremely disappointed, and could not believe this place was even in business. My only good point is that my kids did not get sick after swimming in that cloudy dirty water.

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★☆☆☆☆

We went to Raging Waters in July of 2008. First of all I can not believe they charge $13.95 for a 3 and 4 year old. That is ridiculous, and our toddlers could only play in 2 of their 10+ water features. From the outside it looks like a nice, family friendly, clean park. We were so WRONG! As soon as we paid and went into the park we realized that all of the pools looked cloudy. I was seriously afraid for my children to even set foot in the water. I wanted to grab my toddlers hands and run, but we had to stay and try to have fun for their sake. Another disgusting part about the park is their bathrooms and dressing rooms. They were like something you would see at a camping ground. I was extremely disappointed, and could not believe this place was even in business. My only good point is that my kids did not get sick after swimming in that cloudy dirty water.

Pros: My kids did not get sick after swimming in the cloudy dirty kiddie pool

Cons: The price, the dirty pools, dirty bathrooms, and RUDE unqualified staff.

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Saw the one-star review below and felt I had to respond. We went to Raging Waters twice in 2006 when our grandkids were in town. We're actually heading there today.

We had a great experience both times. We felt all of the rides were in good condition, the staff were great and we just had an all-around good time. It's a great value for the money, especially with coupons, discount days and super discounts for us 55+ grandparents.

I'll post another review after our experience today.

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★★★★☆

Saw the one-star review below and felt I had to respond. We went to Raging Waters twice in 2006 when our grandkids were in town. We're actually heading there today.

We had a great experience both times. We felt all of the rides were in good condition, the staff were great and we just had an all-around good time. It's a great value for the money, especially with coupons, discount days and super discounts for us 55+ grandparents.

I'll post another review after our experience today.

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We went to Raging Waters last summer (2006) and unless they have spent A LOT of money on renovations for the 2007 season, I cannot recommend this waterpark. In fact due to the dismal state of the rides, I would recommend that you do not go to Raging Waters - go to a local pool or spend your money on a good inflatable pool or slide that you and your kids can use again.

Why are we qualified to give them such a bad review? My husband worked at Six Flags Fiesta Texas' Waterpark during his teen years and has enjoyed visits to Schlitterbahn (rated #1 US waterpark by Travel Channel) at New Braunfels. I was at Waterworld Safari in Arizona the day they opened and spent my summers there as a teenager. When we moved to LA, we cooled off at Knott's Soak City. When we could, we made the drive to Raging Waters (rated #3 US waterpark by Travel Channel) in San Dimas and it was worth the drive - it's an awesome park. All of this to say: we r e a l l y enjoy waterparks.

Our expectations were that their facilies and equipment would be in good shape. They were not. All of the rides looked old and worn - On the rides that have stairs, the blue 'astroturf' that's supposed to protect your feet was almost completely worn off. The stairs had many slats that were loose - wobbled when stepped on - and in need of repair. The platforms were rickety and felt unsafe. Slides and pools had very worn patches and looked like they needed to be resurfaced.

I should have gone to First Aid after riding the Waimea Wave, but I was so upset all I wanted to do was go sit down. (My husband worked as an EMT in college and checked me for injuries.) The ride was so rough, my head smacked the sides of the chute and I actually cracked my nose on the floor of the chute so hard that I had my husband check to make sure it wasn't broken.

Are they a good deal? Well we went on the "2 for $20 on the 20th Days" special. We got wet and cooled off (that's the only reason I gave them one star), got injured, and came away very disappointed in the overall quality of the park. Even at at a entry fee of $10 a person, this was not a good deal.

Has anyone else gone this summer? Have they done any renovations?

I just found out that there's a waterpark in Provo - Seven Peaks - so we're going to try that one.

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We went to Raging Waters last summer (2006) and unless they have spent A LOT of money on renovations for the 2007 season, I cannot recommend this waterpark. In fact due to the dismal state of the rides, I would recommend that you do not go to Raging Waters - go to a local pool or spend your money on a good inflatable pool or slide that you and your kids can use again.

Why are we qualified to give them such a bad review? My husband worked at Six Flags Fiesta Texas' Waterpark during his teen years and has enjoyed visits to Schlitterbahn (rated #1 US waterpark by Travel Channel) at New Braunfels. I was at Waterworld Safari in Arizona the day they opened and spent my summers there as a teenager. When we moved to LA, we cooled off at Knott's Soak City. When we could, we made the drive to Raging Waters (rated #3 US waterpark by Travel Channel) in San Dimas and it was worth the drive - it's an awesome park. All of this to say: we r e a l l y enjoy waterparks.

Our expectations were that their facilies and equipment would be in good shape. They were not. All of the rides looked old and worn - On the rides that have stairs, the blue 'astroturf' that's supposed to protect your feet was almost completely worn off. The stairs had many slats that were loose - wobbled when stepped on - and in need of repair. The platforms were rickety and felt unsafe. Slides and pools had very worn patches and looked like they needed to be resurfaced.

I should have gone to First Aid after riding the Waimea Wave, but I was so upset all I wanted to do was go sit down. (My husband worked as an EMT in college and checked me for injuries.) The ride was so rough, my head smacked the sides of the chute and I actually cracked my nose on the floor of the chute so hard that I had my husband check to make sure it wasn't broken.

Are they a good deal? Well we went on the "2 for $20 on the 20th Days" special. We got wet and cooled off (that's the only reason I gave them one star), got injured, and came away very disappointed in the overall quality of the park. Even at at a entry fee of $10 a person, this was not a good deal.

Has anyone else gone this summer? Have they done any renovations?

I just found out that there's a waterpark in Provo - Seven Peaks - so we're going to try that one.

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Our family loves to go to Raging Waters during the summer months. They have the best slides and different pools in Salt Lake. My kid's favorite part is the wave pool where every couple of minutes you are hit with big waves that knock you all around. My wife and I prefer the lazy river, where you just sit back and let the water drift you around the circle. The prices can be a bit expensive, but its not hard to find coupons or discounts on their website or other promotions going on. It also can get crowded, which is expected at any swimming pool during the summer. But overall our family loves Raging Waters.

PROS: Great Slides, Wave Pool, Lazy River
CONS: A Little Bit Expensive

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Our family loves to go to Raging Waters during the summer months. They have the best slides and different pools in Salt Lake. My kid's favorite part is the wave pool where every couple of minutes you are hit with big waves that knock you all around. My wife and I prefer the lazy river, where you just sit back and let the water drift you around the circle. The prices can be a bit expensive, but its not hard to find coupons or discounts on their website or other promotions going on. It also can get crowded, which is expected at any swimming pool during the summer. But overall our family loves Raging Waters.

PROS: Great Slides, Wave Pool, Lazy River
CONS: A Little Bit Expensive

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If you can consider having a water park in an industrial park fun and exciting, perhaps you've discovered an interest into Raging Waters. This waterpark is not a site to behold, nor is it all too captivating as it sits on a small plot and only boasts some slides and a wave pool. Would not recommend.

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★★☆☆☆

If you can consider having a water park in an industrial park fun and exciting, perhaps you've discovered an interest into Raging Waters. This waterpark is not a site to behold, nor is it all too captivating as it sits on a small plot and only boasts some slides and a wave pool. Would not recommend.

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Raging waters is a fun place to go on a hot day to cool off. There are alot of fun slides and a wave generating pool. You can also host parties there. There is plenty of shade their as well as lockers to put your belongings in. You may also buy food and drinks there. I recommend this place to anyone.

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★★★★☆

Raging waters is a fun place to go on a hot day to cool off. There are alot of fun slides and a wave generating pool. You can also host parties there. There is plenty of shade their as well as lockers to put your belongings in. You may also buy food and drinks there. I recommend this place to anyone.

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Unless you're hydrophobic and your worst nightmare involves being seen in your swimsuit in public, you'll surely find something fun to do at Raging Waters. Even standing in line to ride the slides can be a good time:…

 

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