Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of WaterWorld California. All opinions are my own.
With the temperature’s rising, now is the BEST time to hit a Waterpark, and let me tell you, after this weekend, I’ve become a huge fan of Waterworld California.
Break Point Plunge:
Waterworld California’s latest Waterslide! Break Point Plunge is just that. AT the top you step into a small tube, and then there’s a countdown from 3…2…1…. a little bit of a wait then release. The bottom opens up, and the slide shoots you down a few feet to the waterslide below! One of the most unique waterslides I’ve ever been on. A must try!
Crazy right? I dare you to ride…
If you’re looking for something a little more calmer there’s always the Lazy River:
Doesn’t it just make you want to jump in?
If you want a little more seclusion while at the Water Park, investing in your own Calypso Cabana is the way to go:
A nice treat for your family. These Cabanas, available anywhere from 150-200 per weekend offer you your own secret place to rest in between water rides. Includes 2 to 4 Inner tubes of your own, your own wait staff where you can order food directly from your Cabana, and a place to relax. TRUST me, it’s the way to go!
Another huge favorite of the Water Park was Breaker Beach:
One of the BIGGEST wave pools around. Waves go off every 30 minutes and there was always a big cheer when that buzzer sounded.
If you are more of a family ride person, there are the Typhoon Tube Rides, where it requires a 2 person minimum, The Big Kahuna, and even the Tornado, a great family TUBE slide. There’s fun for the whole family at every turn.
Even a place for wee little ones:
Or Lil Kahuna Waterworks for the tiniest of family members:
Needless to say, I found my new favorite spot this summer.
Get a Season Pass for the LOW price of 52.99
1 Day Passes start at: 35.99 (even lower if you buy days in advance!) Check Waterworld California for more info.
Also, save a bit more with this Blogger Code: 20Familyfun
So, who’s ready to hit Waterworld California?