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Raging Waters, San Dimas--Advice?

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  • [Question] Raging Waters, San Dimas--Advice?

    Hi everyone!!

    This will be my first time visiting Raging Waters Water Park in San Dimas, CA today. Along with me will be my 18-year-old cousin (who is autistic) and my 13-year-old cousin (who is not autistic), both guys. As someone who has found reliable advice on MiceChat for Disneyland advice, I was wondering if anyone had any good advice for Raging Waters? Reviews online seem to be mixed, ranging from it being a filthy mudhole to it being a fantastic place for all ages.

    I woudl appreciate any advice! Thank you!
    "The views and opinions expressed on this post are mine and do not necessarily represent or reflect those of The Walt Disney Company."

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    Re: Raging Waters, San Dimas--Advice?

    Get there early so you can get the preferred parking near the gate, otherwise you have to park in the boonies and wait an interminable time for an old, non-air conditioned school bus to take you to the gate.
    Personally I didn't like it very much and found it very crowded and cramped. I'd vote for Wild Rivers over Raging Waters (never been to Knott's Soak City).

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      Re: Raging Waters, San Dimas--Advice?

      I live walking distance from this place and theynow have really nice trams that take you to and from the park. It is still best to get there very early though! The lines get much longer as the day progresses. A lot of locals go and still like it so I think it is worth a visit.

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        Re: Raging Waters, San Dimas--Advice?

        All I can think of now is the scene in Bill & Ted where Napoleon goes to that water park. :lol:

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