A huge water park, Raging Waters Sacramento offers al of the usual water park suspects, including open and enclosed body slides, tube slides, and raft slides. Some of its more unique attractions include the Dragon's Den, which adds special effects to a bowl ride, Cliffhanger, which are dual racing slides, and Splashdown, which send riders hurtling down two slides that abruptly drop out and leave them freefalling into a pool. The park also offers volleyball courts.
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Reduced prices available for juniors (48" and smaller) and seniors (55 and older). 2 and under are free. Reduced prices available for tickets purchased in advance and online at the park's Web site. Season passes, which are good for admission at Raging Waters locations in San Jose and San Dimas, are available.
From the south: I-5 to Capital City Freeway East exit from Downtown Sacramento and follow signs to Reno. The Cal Expo exit is just Northeast of the American River.
From the north: I-5 to I-80/Reno exit East. Take Capital City Freeway exit just past Watt Avenue. Continue toward downtown Sacramento to Cal Expo exit.
From the west and east: I-80 to Sacramento, taking the Capital City Freeway exit in West Sacramento (follow the signs to Lake Tahoe). Continue on Capital City Freeway, through downtown Sacramento and make the turnoff to Reno. The Cal Expo exit is just Northeast of the American River.
Raging waters is at Cal Expo. The actual address is 1600 Exposition Blvd. in Sacramento.
, half pipe slide, body slides, tube slides, racing slides, wave pool, lazy river, and interactive water play area.
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