Question - Can I bring food into Raging Waters Sacramento?

Answered by: Wayne Nelson  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 27-06-2022  |  Views: 1434  |  Total Questions: 14

We do allow sealed, plastic water bottles, but no other outside food, beverages, or glass containers are allowed inside the park. Raging Waters has a wide selection of food to choose from; such as hamburgers, french fries, pizza, salads, sandwiches, hot dogs, chicken, ice cream, and soft drinks. No outside food or beverages are allowed inside the park. Water and Sports Drinks are permitted. Raging Waters has a wide selection of places to eat with food items such as, hamburgers, french fries, pizza, salads, sandwiches, hot dogs, chicken, ice cream, soft drinks, popcorn, funnel cakes, and cotton candy. You may only bring SOFT coolers into the park that are no larger than 8” X 10” x 8”. (Lunch box size as seen below) Lunch box sized coolers can only contain factory sealed bottled water and ice. Raging Waters, San Jose is concerned about your safety. Therefore we do not allow any outside food or beverages or glass of any kind to be brought inside the waterpark. However, sealed plastic bottles of water are permitted. Guests under 48 inches not permitted to ride. Single riders only. Shirts and Life jackets not permitted. Weight limit 300 pounds.

https://www.ragingwaves.com/park-rules/

No outside food or beverages may be brought into the park with the exception of factory sealed water bottles. No alcohol is allowed on Raging Waves property. Dive masks are not allowed anywhere in park – eye-wear is allowed on slides but must be secured.

https://www.rwsplash.com/plan-a-visit/tickets-and-passes

Raging Waters Tickets Whether you are visiting for your first time or your 50th, we've got your ticket to summer fun! Kids 2 years and under are free and do not need a ticket or season pass for park entry.

https://www.rwsac.com/plan-a-visit/faqs-and-tips

We do allow sealed, plastic water bottles, but no other outside food, beverages, or glass containers are allowed inside the park. Raging Waters has a wide selection of food to choose from; such as hamburgers, french fries, pizza, salads, sandwiches, hot dogs, chicken, ice cream, and soft drinks.

https://www.ragingwaters.com/plan-a-visit/lockersandrentals

Regular lockers rent for $12 per day You are welcome to use the Park's changing rooms or you may change prior to entering the Park.

https://ragingwaterssydney.com.au/plan-a-visit/faqs-and-tips

Yes, there is a nominal fee of $10 for one day parking at Raging Waters Sydney. Parking is FREE for Platinum Passholders.

https://www.rwsac.com/hours-and-directions/calendar

Park Hours Raging Waters will be open from 11am - 5pm. Park hours and attraction availability are subject to change without notice. Raging Waters Sacramento opens at 11:00 a. m. unless otherwise noted. Slides, attractions and refreshment stands begin to open progressively starting at 11:00 a. m..

Some bad things about Raging Waters in San Dimas CA. It seems like a nice place but here are some things wrong with it: - They do not heat the water in anyway anywhere. I went in 90 degree weather and was diving into 60 degree ice cold water.

https://www.ragingwaters.com/things-to-do/attractions

Raging Waters Los Angeles has four fun areas just for kids: Kid's Kingdom, The Little Dipper, Splash Island Adventure, and Volcano Fantasea. These areas are filled with pint sized slides, pools, fountains, waterfalls, and many other water activities.

https://ragingriverswaterpark.com/hours-prices/

2020 Daily Pass Rates Captain Day Pass (guests 48″ & taller) $15. 00 Senior Day Pass (age 62+) $12. 00 Spectator Non-Swimmer Day Pass $ 8. 00 Age 3 and Under FREE Twilite Rate (DAILY from 4-8pm) $10. 00

https://www.rwsplash.com/hours-and-directions/calendar

Park Hours Raging Waters San Jose typically closed at 4PM, but may close earlier. Closing time is determined daily based on weather conditions.

https://www.ragingwaters.com/

This 60-acre waterpark in the Los Angeles area has been recognized by USA Today as a “Top 10 Water Park” and is home to more than 50 world-class rides, slides and several attractions for all ages to enjoy, including Aqua Rocket, the state's only hydromagnetic water coaster!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReLGbvnf9Nw

Raging Waves is home to a large portfolio of ProSlide slides, including a huge Tornado funnel as well as a TornadoWave.

https://www.wildwaves.com/park-policies.php

The consumption of alcoholic beverages is NOT allowed in the parking lot, and is restricted inside the park to the confinements of Sharkey's Bar (located in the Water Park). Wild Waves Theme & Water Park is NOT liable for any lost or stolen property. Do not leave valuables unattended in your vehicles.

https://www.ragingwaves.com/attractions/

4 slides (including a fun crocodile slide) and zero-depth entry – perfect for kids to splash in!