Seven Peaks Waterpark

★★★★☆
40.2373 -111.636
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801-373-8777

1330 E 300 N

Provo, UT

84606

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it was the most amazing thing ever i loved it and ps the sob story about one slide is a lie i had done all the slides in 6 hours lolz and there slides are in a great place and there faculteis have been remodled raging waters slides are kinda lumpy so... SEVEN PEAKS IS A MUCH BETTER CHOICE

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★★★★★

it was the most amazing thing ever i loved it and ps the sob story about one slide is a lie i had done all the slides in 6 hours lolz and there slides are in a great place and there faculteis have been remodled raging waters slides are kinda lumpy so... SEVEN PEAKS IS A MUCH BETTER CHOICE

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I traveled 4 hours with my family to enjoy Seven Peaks. I was shocked that they would not let us bring food or water into the park. They took my wife??s water bottle from her and emptied it before allowing her in. The food at the park is unreasonably priced. There are only two slides in the park that you can ride without a tube. Tubes are $5 bucks each. If you should happen to want a chair, bring extra money because you have to rent one. If you want shade, bring your own because there is hardly any in the park. The day we were there, a person was hurt and taken away by ambulance. An hour and a half after the ambulance had left, all slides in the park were still closed and none of the lifeguards could tell us when they would re-open. Overall, my family and I had a terrible experience and will never be going back. Raging Waters in Salt Lake City is a much better option. They have better slides, they are more courteous, more grass and shade and they allow food in.

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★☆☆☆☆

I traveled 4 hours with my family to enjoy Seven Peaks. I was shocked that they would not let us bring food or water into the park. They took my wife??s water bottle from her and emptied it before allowing her in. The food at the park is unreasonably priced. There are only two slides in the park that you can ride without a tube. Tubes are $5 bucks each. If you should happen to want a chair, bring extra money because you have to rent one. If you want shade, bring your own because there is hardly any in the park. The day we were there, a person was hurt and taken away by ambulance. An hour and a half after the ambulance had left, all slides in the park were still closed and none of the lifeguards could tell us when they would re-open. Overall, my family and I had a terrible experience and will never be going back. Raging Waters in Salt Lake City is a much better option. They have better slides, they are more courteous, more grass and shade and they allow food in.

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We went to seven peaks today and came home feeling we never want to go back. There were way too many people and no way to control that many people. We waited just to get in for almost an hour. We waited just to get a locker for 45 mins and we waited in line just to get a tube for almost 2 hours. The line situation under the water tower is completely unorganized and took forever. We only had time to do one ride on the slides. The wave pool and lazy river were so packed I couldn't move let alone enjoy it. It was dirty and the bathrooms were way too small. I don't plan on referring anyone else to 7 peaks. We won't come back. We paid a lot of money for nothing! I was disappointed.

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★★☆☆☆

We went to seven peaks today and came home feeling we never want to go back. There were way too many people and no way to control that many people. We waited just to get in for almost an hour. We waited just to get a locker for 45 mins and we waited in line just to get a tube for almost 2 hours. The line situation under the water tower is completely unorganized and took forever. We only had time to do one ride on the slides. The wave pool and lazy river were so packed I couldn't move let alone enjoy it. It was dirty and the bathrooms were way too small. I don't plan on referring anyone else to 7 peaks. We won't come back. We paid a lot of money for nothing! I was disappointed.

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★★★★★

how much do you make at seven peaks? im 14 next year and im looking for a job . a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aa a a a a a a a a a aa a a a a a a a aa a a a a sincerly
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Seven Peaks Water Park used to be the only water park place in the entire valley. I have to ad mit that we had fun there. But after Orem City built Scera Pool, we don't go there any more because their equipments and facilities are very old and also did not look clean. Once there's competition, it's much easier to tell that the new one is much better.

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★★☆☆☆

Seven Peaks Water Park used to be the only water park place in the entire valley. I have to ad mit that we had fun there. But after Orem City built Scera Pool, we don't go there any more because their equipments and facilities are very old and also did not look clean. Once there's competition, it's much easier to tell that the new one is much better.

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Seven Peaks is a great water park for people of all ages. There a kiddie/toddler pools for the young ones and plenty of waterslides to thrill the older ones. Although day passes are expensive, pricing can be extremely cheap if you buy a season pass. This past season I purchased a season pass for $40...considering that a day pass is $18 I only had to go 3 times the whole summer to get my money's worth. Kids 3 and under are free too! I advise going as early as you can because it does get crowded by the afternoon. Also can be very crowded on Saturdays. I recommend bringing your own food in a cooler as well because food prices are costly. Overall, a great place to have fun and cool off on those hot, summer days!

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★★★★☆

Seven Peaks is a great water park for people of all ages. There a kiddie/toddler pools for the young ones and plenty of waterslides to thrill the older ones. Although day passes are expensive, pricing can be extremely cheap if you buy a season pass. This past season I purchased a season pass for $40...considering that a day pass is $18 I only had to go 3 times the whole summer to get my money's worth. Kids 3 and under are free too! I advise going as early as you can because it does get crowded by the afternoon. Also can be very crowded on Saturdays. I recommend bringing your own food in a cooler as well because food prices are costly. Overall, a great place to have fun and cool off on those hot, summer days!

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The only complaint I have about this park is that it is too busy. They need to double the size to accomidate everyone. I really enjoy the rides and activities though.
The environment is great and everyone is happy. My favorite ride is the cave in.

4
★★★★☆

The only complaint I have about this park is that it is too busy. They need to double the size to accomidate everyone. I really enjoy the rides and activities though.
The environment is great and everyone is happy. My favorite ride is the cave in.

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Well if you're ever going to get a water park in Utah this is the place. Just east of Provo and BYU this waterpark boasts of a few decent water slides and most importantly a lazy river and wave pool. With hot summer days in Provo, a nice dip into the park is a must during the triple digit temperature days of summer.

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★★★★☆

Well if you're ever going to get a water park in Utah this is the place. Just east of Provo and BYU this waterpark boasts of a few decent water slides and most importantly a lazy river and wave pool. With hot summer days in Provo, a nice dip into the park is a must during the triple digit temperature days of summer.

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Seven Peaks is a great water park for the whole family. There is something for everyone here. They have really geared their attractions to focus on all levels of play. From infants & toddlers to the thrill-seeker. It is small enough not to get lost yet big enough not to get bored. It is a fun day trip. My kids love it. We can only afford to go once a year however which would be my only complaint. Also, that once you pay to get inside, you have to pay to rent various types of tubes. I think the tubes should be included in the admission price and kept at the individual rides that require them. You have to guard yours so they don't get taken. They sell passes which do bring the price down but it is expensive to buy passes for everyone in the family. Fun place to go though!!

PROS: Tons of water fun for the whole family!
CONS: Too spendy to visit more than once a summer for me!

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★★★★☆

Seven Peaks is a great water park for the whole family. There is something for everyone here. They have really geared their attractions to focus on all levels of play. From infants & toddlers to the thrill-seeker. It is small enough not to get lost yet big enough not to get bored. It is a fun day trip. My kids love it. We can only afford to go once a year however which would be my only complaint. Also, that once you pay to get inside, you have to pay to rent various types of tubes. I think the tubes should be included in the admission price and kept at the individual rides that require them. You have to guard yours so they don't get taken. They sell passes which do bring the price down but it is expensive to buy passes for everyone in the family. Fun place to go though!!

PROS: Tons of water fun for the whole family!
CONS: Too spendy to visit more than once a summer for me!

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Seven Peaks Water Park is located at the foot of our beautiful mountains here in Provo Utah. The scenery and backdrop are simply breathtaking, expecially in late afternoon and early evening, when the sun is in the east, and the West mountains are simply glowing with blue sky, green folliage and golden sunny rays. Sounds poetic - it is. Especially while floating on the 'lazy river" or in the giant wave pool.
The price of admission is very fair for a days amusement park fun - with something for every person, every age.
There are food venues, gift stores, and gazebos for visitors. There is a large area for company parties, family reunions, etc.
Unique because of the location and backdrop, and world class because of the large variety of water attractions!

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★★★★★

Seven Peaks Water Park is located at the foot of our beautiful mountains here in Provo Utah. The scenery and backdrop are simply breathtaking, expecially in late afternoon and early evening, when the sun is in the east, and the West mountains are simply glowing with blue sky, green folliage and golden sunny rays. Sounds poetic - it is. Especially while floating on the 'lazy river" or in the giant wave pool.
The price of admission is very fair for a days amusement park fun - with something for every person, every age.
There are food venues, gift stores, and gazebos for visitors. There is a large area for company parties, family reunions, etc.
Unique because of the location and backdrop, and world class because of the large variety of water attractions!

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Seven Peaks is so much fun and has so many different things to do. It is great for kids, but adults have a lot of fun too. My favorite is the river that you float down on tubes. I think the prices are good for the amount of activities there are to do.

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★★★★★

Seven Peaks is so much fun and has so many different things to do. It is great for kids, but adults have a lot of fun too. My favorite is the river that you float down on tubes. I think the prices are good for the amount of activities there are to do.

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Seven Peaks is a great place to unwind and relax. They have an incredible water park. There are many fun rides to choose from. They also have a wave generating pool, and a lazy river where you can relax in a tube. They have plenty of shade and food as well. Be sure to check it out.

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★★★★☆

Seven Peaks is a great place to unwind and relax. They have an incredible water park. There are many fun rides to choose from. They also have a wave generating pool, and a lazy river where you can relax in a tube. They have plenty of shade and food as well. Be sure to check it out.

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I loved going to Seven Peaks at least once a summer. They have some really good slides and a good wave pool. Prices aren't really too bad to get in and the lines never seemed outrageous either. I'm waiting for them to get some newer and more updated rides/slides though!

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★★★★☆

I loved going to Seven Peaks at least once a summer. They have some really good slides and a good wave pool. Prices aren't really too bad to get in and the lines never seemed outrageous either. I'm waiting for them to get some newer and more updated rides/slides though!

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Whether you want excitement or just a lazy day in the sun, 7 peaks has what you need... My favorite thing about 7 peaks are there tube activities since slides seem so much funner with a friend. Make sure you put a really big friend of yours in the bag of the tube and you will fly. The Lasers Edge, an in the dark, light and sound adventure is a ton of fun and you will scream the whole way.

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★★★★☆

Whether you want excitement or just a lazy day in the sun, 7 peaks has what you need... My favorite thing about 7 peaks are there tube activities since slides seem so much funner with a friend. Make sure you put a really big friend of yours in the bag of the tube and you will fly. The Lasers Edge, an in the dark, light and sound adventure is a ton of fun and you will scream the whole way.

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There were summers as a kid where we seemed to go to 7 peaks every week. There is a lot to do and going there is a great way to spend a summer day. The main tower has a great variety of rides ranging from the extreme (black-hole and freefall) to the mild. Also you'll find both tube rides and individual rides. The wave pool is pretty big and lots of fun to try and survive in. Lazy river is a little boring but still cool...

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★★★★☆

There were summers as a kid where we seemed to go to 7 peaks every week. There is a lot to do and going there is a great way to spend a summer day. The main tower has a great variety of rides ranging from the extreme (black-hole and freefall) to the mild. Also you'll find both tube rides and individual rides. The wave pool is pretty big and lots of fun to try and survive in. Lazy river is a little boring but still cool...

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Seven Peaks is touted as the largest waterpark in Utah, with speed tubes for the reckless, play pools for the kids, and plenty of room to soak up some rays. If you don't feel like getting wet, you can always hit a…