Take a break from the heat and enjoy a day at Knott’s Soak City Water Park in Los Angeles. Soak City offers slides and rides for everyone, as well as some great shopping, dining and relaxation opportunities for the whole family! Soak City, which is adjacent to Knott’s Berry Farm Theme Park (not to be confused with the San Diego location) is a 13-acre water park that is home to 17 tube slides, a massive wave pool, and a world-class lazy river…you also won’t want to miss Pacific Spin—an awesome ride that drops you 75 feet into a six-story water funnel! What else is in store at Knott’s Soak City Orange County? Here’s a look at some of the park’s highlight attractions:
Banzai Falls: Take your pick of six multi-lane speed slides that let you drop headfirst onto a mat before diving down a 41-foot high speed slide into the pool below!
Gremmie Lagoon: Fun for the little ones at Knott’s Soak City Orange County! This lagoon gives tots the chance to cool off in a refreshing playground that is home to an octopus, submarines, and loads of splashes and sprinklers.
Laguna Storm Water Tower: 43-feet tall, this massive water tower lets you choose from the Typhoon, Tornado, or Cyclone tube slides…all of which drop you on twists and turns before splashing you into the pool.
Sunset River: 1,780 feet of river (one third of a mile in length), this river is the widest and one of the longest water park lazy rivers in the world! Don’t miss the chance to chill out on an inner tube.
Toyota Beach House: Three stories of hands-on fun, and home to awesome water guns, nozzles, faucets, and other toys that will let siblings war it out against each other in a fun and refreshing way. Every five minutes, the giant water bucket dumps 500 gallons of water on anyone lucky enough to be standing below!
Tidal Wave Bay: 750,000 gallons of the park’s best surf! This wave pool alternates strong surf, with relaxing and gentle waves, to give you the best of adventure and relaxation in one pool.
The Go Los Angeles Card is accepted for gate admission until 5:30 pm. Once inside the park all guests are welcome to stay until closing.