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Offering more than 20 rides with a 1950s Southern California theme, this water adventure park features single-rider high-speed slides, inner-tube slide flumes, a wave pool, lazy river rides and a children’s pool and activity area.
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This is one of the best water parks I have been to in awhile. The slides are awesome. The wait in the lines were not that bad. The concession food was good. Parking was a bit crowded but very organized. I would definitely recommend this...More
I had not been here for a few years and after entering the park, discovered that there has been changes in the park which have made it more geared towards children vs older kids and adults. I think I will try a different park the...More
We went to the water park and it was one of the only attraction parks we did attend in California.
As someone who is not a major fan of rides and especially rides with water, I really enjoyed myself, its very child friendly, loads of...More
We went with a 3 & 5 year old. It was a good day out, the young man at the ticket office gave exceptional customer service when we had an issue with our tickets bought online. The rides were not as good as the Gold...More
Love the water park! I don't do the big scarry water rides, I stick to the lazy river and wave pool. But i can see how the big water rides give the brave people big smiles!! Makes me thinks am on a vacation!!
Take my kids to SOCAL Theme parks every year. Put Knotts on the agenda as I hadn’t been there for 20+ years. We booked multi park passes to do the water park and general park on the last day of the year it was open....More
This place is fun but quite honestly, it is a bit run down. The stairs going up to the slides are all rusted out and made me nervous to be on them. They were literally falling apart in some places. Just didnt seem very safe.
Admission price is great. The rides have long lines in middle of summer (as is expected), but love that you can get in lazy river and cool off anytime. The large raft on water slide was my favorite- almost didn’t stand in hour long line...More
We went with three generations and all of us had a great time. There was an area our 3 YO adored. There were slides our 68 YO took a shine to. Lots of choices - we went midweek and waits for popular slides were 10-15...More
Response from jeffcS4865GB | Reviewed this property |
sorry I think I thought you were talking about the water park Yes Knott's is open for sure at 10am and I believe it closes later for the holidays. I think the only day Knott's is closed is Christmas day, besides that 10am... More
sorry I think I thought you were talking about the water park Yes Knott's is open for sure at 10am and I believe it closes later for the holidays. I think the only day Knott's is closed is Christmas day, besides that 10am everyday it opens. I have had season passes for years. As I said earlier they do have a schedule on the net but it probably won't be updated for next year until after the first
Response from SteveG4098 | Reviewed this property |
Soak City is a Great place for kids of all ages. There is a Lagoon area for your six and two year old. Plus the Lazy river is also a great treat. Its not to expensive to get in but food prices can be a bit much. But bring... More
Soak City is a Great place for kids of all ages. There is a Lagoon area for your six and two year old. Plus the Lazy river is also a great treat. Its not to expensive to get in but food prices can be a bit much. But bring your own food in a cooler in your car. They allow you to leave and come back but you can't drive out. So bring sandwiches you will see many people doing it. Also at the end of the parking lot there is a Fat burger Place which is pretty good. The hotel has a great Pool and a small water portion of water pull levers like in Soak city. There is also a Subway, Ihop and Flame broiler within walking distance to eat. Soak city does get busy so I suggest you get there right when it opens to claim your spot. Have fun and get wet after all it is called Soak City!