Select your bathing suit wisely.
1. Legoland Water Park
Honestly, who doesn’t love LEGO—especially when it’s in the form of a mega-sized, colorful brick land that you can actually step into? Here all the miniature worlds you painstakingly plugged together come to life in a wild adventure. From shipwrecks that pour gallons of water over you to giant LEGO jetskis, it’ll be hard not to have a good time. You can even build your own raft from lego before a pulse-racing drop.
Location: One LEGOLAND Drive, Carlsbad, CA 92008
2. Raging Waters
This colossal water park is the largest in California, so naturally, it makes this list. With 60 acres of park filled with over 50 world-class waters attractions (like the state’s only hydromagnetic water coaster), you’ll find a way to cool down and you’ll have fun doing it.
Location: 111 Raging Waters Dr. San Dimas, CA 91773
3. Knott’s Soak City
Location: 8039 Beach Blvd. Buena Park, CA 90620
4. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor
5. Buccaneer Bay at La Mirada Splash
Relative to its size and prices, this water park offers a huge amount of fun. It features a flowing river channel, three water slides, a beach entry, and two spray pad areas. Plus, it has a cute pirate theme with giant skulls decorating the attractions. Once you’re done splashing about, you can get treats from the “Captains Cravings” menu.
Location: 13806 La Mirada Blvd, La Mirada, CA 90638