Summer Is Almost Here, You Need to Visit These 2 Waterparks
Ahhhh, summer. Warm days, breezy afternoons. There’s no better place to enjoy the season than splashing your way through the Central Coast’s wildly fun Mustang Waterpark and Ravine Water Park.
Let life’s stresses float away with a day of fun at the Mustang Waterpark. Immersed in nature, overlooking Arroyo Grande’s Lopez Lake, the park offers a great time for adults and kids alike.
Little ones, ages 9 and under, won’t know what to do first as they hop between three kiddie slides, two wading pools, and two mushroom waterfalls.
For bigger kids at heart, slither into two 600-foot-long serpentine body slides or tackle the Stampede, a half-pipe 38-foot-tall tube ride!
For questions regarding the Mustang Waterpark, contact www.mustangwaterpark.com or call (805) 489-8898.
Looking to slide, swerve, and splash-land on a grander scale? Look no further than the Ravine Water Park in Paso Robles! If speed is your thing, you’re in luck with the supercharged Sidewinder and Kamikaze. For family thrills, try the towering Thunder Run or brave-hearted folks may want to boldly venture to Vertigo.
The wave pool and ever-popular winding, lazy river beckon those hoping for more relaxation than thrills.
Let’s not forget the little ones with a super-sized wading pool as well as play structures, slides, and of course, the splash zone. Seeking a dry-land break? Swing over to Jungle Treasure, the park’s new miniature 18-hole golf course (free with admission!).
For any questions, check out firstname.lastname@example.org or call (805) 237-8500.
Don’t let the season pass you by before basking in the sun and having fun at these two water-packed adventure lands!
While neither park permits outside food or drinks apart from a clear water bottle, both parks have snack shacks and offer cabana rentals. So, when running through the sprinklers just isn’t enough, escape the summer heat and take a refreshing dip in one—or both—of these fun-for-everyone water parks!