Have you been to Knott’s Soak City? We actually haven’t ever, so the kids are beyond excited to soak up the scene, particularly with the toasty temps lately. If you’re interested in going, I have the scoop on what’s ahead.
Of all the things to do with kids in Southern California, water parks top the list with kids (and without Wild Rivers around this year, OC kids will be high and dry looking for water fun). So what’s to do at the Park? Lots!
Knott’s Soak City, a 13-acre water park adjacent to Knott’s Berry Farm Theme Park, offers a wave pool or you can chill in the lazy river. For adventurers, there’s 17 slides (speed, tube, and body), or you can amp up the thrills at the Pacific Spin, which drops riders into a 75 foot, six story funnel. OMG, I know my wild childs will drag me on this.
And you may want to consider a Season Pass. With a Knott’s Soak City Season Pass, you’ll have unlimited visits during the 2013 season. You can go for the day or stay for an hour.
Prices below, or click here to buy your Knott’s Soak’s City season pass.
Knott’s Soak’s City season pass:
Adult Season Pass $59.99 – or 6 payments of $9.99
Jr/ Sr Season Pass $56.99 – or 6 payments of $9.49
Finally, if you can’t make Opening Weekend May 18, you can watch it all unfold as it happens, by following #SoakCityOC on Twitter for parkgoers’ tweets and pics. It’ll give you a look at all the kinds of fun you can have ahead there. My family and I will be a part of the soaked social scene May 19 for sure @DebLavdas.
Enjoy this fantastic weather!