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Cowabunga Bay Water Park
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Today 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
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12047 S State St Draper, UT 84020
12047 S State StUSUTDraper84020
Water ParkToday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 7:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Cowabunga Bay is Utah's newest water park and home to the World's Largest water playground. 11 water slides, lazy river, kid's area, VIP cabanas and new for 2012 is Cowabunga Kid's Cove & Pipe Rider
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Seasonal venue featuring 11 slides, a lazy river & inflatable spinning sphere, plus cabanas & food.- Google
People talk about seven peaks, lazy river, play structure, season pass and life guards
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Hailey Hilliard
reviewed 4 months ago
I always go with a group of friends and everytime we go we have a blast, The workers are always nice and can help you with any problem you have. They have the lazy river, dump buckets, slides. Any age can go to Cowabunga Bay even todlers. I would recommened this place
Eran EranG
reviewed a year ago
Sold us coupons via Costco, then didn't tell us we couldnt use them on certain days; and books private party on busiest day of the year.
A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
I took my 5 yr old girl and 4 yr old boy for the "4 hrs of play" pass on Sat Aug 7th and we had a fantastic day! the pool is shallow and great for toddlers and kids that cant swim. the park is confined and it makes it easy to keep track of the family. The water feature is sooo much fun for little kids up to age 10-12. The concessions are reasonably prices, they even have little amenities like family dressing rooms with changing tables and showers. The life guards allow you to sit your younger children on your lap on the bigger waterslides and the attention to detail in making this a very family friendly water park made this a fantastic place to spend our saturday. im sure we will be season ticket holders next year. Plenty of free tubes in teh lazy river, plenty of chairs and shades. its clear this was designed to be a functional place for families with younger kids and not a "throw your wallet in the middle of the road and just let anyone take what they want from it" park which every place else catering to young families is--are you listening chucky cheeze?--
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Jennifer Billingsley
reviewed a year ago
I was very impressed by Cowabunga Bay. Still was feeling a bit hesitant as to the water park idea, after having an insanely bad experience at Seven Peaks. My boyfriend talked me into going, however, and we both had a blast. First, I have to say that the staff at the park is awesome! They have the answers to the questions you ask, and are super friendly. They actually smiled and seemed like they were enjoying their jobs. When I told guest services how impressed I was, they made a point to tell me to email so that my opinions could be passed on to the owner. When it comes to the equipment, the slides are fun and feel safe. There are no extra charges telling you to rent tubes to use the slides. Everything is well maintained, and it really feels like a play ground as you climb up to reach the slides, vs. just climbing stairs. The dunk buckets are fantastic, as are all the fountains, waterfalls, and other gadgets you get to play with. In another review they said the park was small... but honestly bigger isn't always better. They've made awesome use of a small plot of land, and have as many slides as some of the bigger parks where they spread the slides further apart. They really seem to have put a lot of thought into creating a fun environment, and in being sure to take care of the customers. Very fun, and family friendly. Tons of kids slides, as well as for the grown ups. You don't have to pay money through the nose like at the other parks for everything from parking, tubes to renting a beach chair. It's just all provided. The entrance fees are less than the other parks, if you were paying out of pocket. We've decided that next year we'll be investing in the season pass, since if we go four times, it's paid for itself. Highly recommended.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
I took a group of 12-14 year olds to Cowabunga today and they ALL said the slides were WAY too slow, the lazy river was way too short, and were very sad that there was no wave pool. That said, I thought the concept was amazing. All of the slides are interconnected in a huge structure by stairs, bridges, and tunnels.(Think and enormous McDonald's play structure with water buckets and slides.) I also liked that the chairs are free, the tubes are free (don't need them for the slides) and parking is free. The giant buckets are a blast too! I thought it was a good place to spend a few hours on a hot day. However, I think it is geared more toward the 10 and under crowd. Older than that, and you may have a slow time going down the slides.
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A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
Sometimes you don't want to take your whole day at a huge water park, especially if you have young kids. I have four kids ranging in age from 2-10. We went with cousins of a similar age and we all had a great time. The park is small, which makes it nice for keeping track of kids. There is a good amount of shade. I liked that the pool wasn't too deep and we thought the lazy river was great! The facilities were clean and everything was in good repair (as opposed to Seven Peaks and Raging Waters). Of course Cowabunga Bay has the advantage of being brand new. As far as not being able to go in the parking lot to eat your lunch, that sounds crazy and would make me upset as well. But I was surprised at how reasonably priced the concessions were. $2.99 for a piece of pizza and cheap for ice cream and french fries. Usually water parks gouge you on food. The only reason I didn't give five stars is because admission costs a little too much.
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