There are also parks named Raging Waters in Wildwood, New Jersey, but only the three California Raging Waters parks are owned by Palace Entertainment. Until early 2011, there was also a Raging Waters park in Salt Lake City, now operating as Seven Peaks Salt Lake.
"Little Dipper Lagoon", another play area for children, at Raging Waters San Dimas.
'Aqua Rocket' (Coming soon for 2015 Season)
Aqua Rocket offers guests a radically different experience by merging the adrenaline rush of a roller coaster and the thrills and spills of a water ride. With the new generation of hydromagnetic technology, the four-person rocket style raft transits uphill for a series of four peaks and three exhilarating drops at a speedy 30 mph.
The Amazon Adventure is a quarter-mile-long, 3-foot-deep (0.9 m), tropical river that runs through a section of the park. Riders sit in rafts as the current pulls them around the river route.
The Dark Hole is a system of two fiberglass tunnels with a total drop of fifty-two feet. Riders sit in a two person raft speeding through the total darkness of the long flumes, the first of its kind in the country. Riders travel at a speed of 26 miles per hour.
DropOut is a seven-story water slide, one of the tallest slides in the country. Riders plunge at a near free fall, reaching speeds close to 40 miles per hour. Some riders will actually lift off the slide when coming down.
High Extreme at Raging Waters San Dimas, with dining area visible in foreground.
Standing at 10-stories, High Extreme sends riders through 600-foot (180 m) flumes, reaching speeds of up to thirty-five miles per hour. This ride originally used a toboggan-like raft for single riders; however, for many years thereafter only the two-person raft was used. As of 2006, the head-first toboggans returned and guests could choose between the two. In 2007, use of the double tubes was again discontinued, in favor of the head-first toboggans.
Riders race down the eight-lane slide on head-first toboggan mats similar to those used on High Extreme. At eight lanes and over 200 feet (61 m) long, Ragin' Racer is the largest slide of its type in the country. Going up to 34 miles per hour..
This slide debuted in 2004 and is a two-rider tube ride that sends guests plummeting down a steep 42-foot (13 m) tunnel. Circling around a 35-foot (11 m) bowl 9-foot (2.7 m) until they fall though a secret tunnel at the bottom.
The Wave Cove is one of Raging Water's oldest and most popular attractions. It is a million gallon pool with fan blades at the deep end, producing waves of up to three feet. Riders may be in the pool with or without an inner tube.
FlowRider is one of the newest attractions in the park, debuting in 2007. Riders ride on a boogie board on a jet-made continuous wave that moves 36,000 gallons of water per minute. Riders may perform tricks and other stunts at their own discretion. Although similar rides can be found throughout the US, FlowRider is the first of its kind here at Raging Waters.
Neptune's Fury is a closed tube ride in which 3 or 4 people sit together. It is dark inside to cause disorientation. This 600-foot (180 m)-long wild ride plunges the raft into total darkness through a 108-inch (2,700 mm)-diameter tunnel and down a 60-foot (18 m) drop at 30 miles per hour.
Bermuda Triangle consists of three fiberglass tubes, one plunging you at a vertical angle. This is one of the top-ten fastest slide of its kind in the U.S., attaining a speed of 50 miles per hour.
Vortex is a spiral tube slide that twists you at 360 degree angles, sometimes decreasing your oxygen because of its limited diameter, as you're traveling at a speed of 33 miles per hour.
Splash Island Adventure
A tropical-themed collection of 75 activities – including four slides, water cannons, web crawl tunnels, spiral cargo nets and swinging bridges. Splash Island’s centerpiece is a 1,000-gallon bucket atop a five-story tower that tips hundreds of gallons of water over the whole attraction every few minutes.