“We are building on the momentum of last season’s success with enhancements that are important to our loyal guests and families,” explained Lee Graham, General Manager of Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix. “The additions for the 2015 season mean more than improved food, relaxation and fun – they create greater value for season pass holders and more reasons for guests to return again and again.”
Crazy Cactus Roaring River:The lazy river is more exciting (and refreshing) now that the Crazy Cactus Roaring River opened May of 2015. The all-ages experience includes waves, tipping buckets, waterfalls and sections of fast-flowing water. Water cannons on the side of the river also allow guests walking by to join in on the fun.
The waterpark is offering new food items at stations around the park and at several new dining venues.
Beach Side Grill: Enjoy grill favorites like hamburgers, hotdogs, oversized turkey legs and other hot sandwich options.
Sharky’s Subs and Suds: Located near Mammoth Falls and Raging River, guests can enjoy a beverage while creating their custom sub.
Wet ‘n’ Wild Bar: Enjoy favorite adult beverages while watching the game on several flat screen TVs in the new bar on the north side of Point Break Café.
Slush Factory: Choose favorite slush flavors and create your own brightly colored, refreshing frosty treat. These are a hit with younger guests and teens.
Funnel Cakes, Kettle Corn and Fresh Squeezed Lemonade: Made fresh daily, stations throughout the park provide carnival food favorites. Find hot funnel cakes near the park entrance, lemonade near the churro cart across from Point Break Café and Kettle Corn near the lockers.
Longer Hours: The park is now open seven days a week with later hours that last year. Check operating hours for specifics, but typically the park is open 10:30 a.m. till 8 p.m. during the week and open until 10 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Retail Surf Shop: Take home a piece of Wet ‘n’ Wild with our new retail shop. It will be filled with souvenirs, swimwear, footwear and sun care items.
Upgraded Cabanas: All cabanas are being elevated to VIP status with flat screen TVs, upgraded furniture and dedicated wait staff ready to provide food and drinks all day long.
Shade and Seating: The park (which already has more shade than any other park in Arizona) is enhancing its shade structures as well as adding more than 300 additional chaise lounge chairs.
When: The Park is open Daily until August 9 and Weekends until October 18
Where: Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix, 4243 W. Pinnacle Peak Road, Glendale, AZ 85310
Visit www.wetnwildphoenix.com to purchase a Season Pass – four for 59.99 + tax each. This pays for itself in less than two visits. Or purchase the Twilight Admission Tickets Online for half off every day after 4 p.m.
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About Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix:
Set on more than 35 acres in North Phoenix in the Adobe Dam Regional Park on Pinnacle Peak Road, near I-17, the Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix water park is the largest theme park in Arizona. The park features Maximum Velocity – the world’s first, gravity-defying, dueling Master Blaster water coaster, Constrictor – with more twists and turns that any slide in Arizona and a variety of other rides, slides and attractions for all ages to enjoy. The $32 million waterpark, is operated as a concessionaire of the Maricopa County Parks and operates through October 18, 2015. For more information on park hours, slides, attractions and admission prices, visit www.wetnwildphoenix.com or call 623-201-2000.