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Raging Waters Sacramento - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

6900 Airport Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95837, USA

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About Raging Waters Sacramento

Sacramento's largest water park has everything you need to make your summer exciting. The park is owned and operated by Palace Entertainment. The park features more than 25 exhilarating water attractions, breath-taking slides, crystal clear pools and fun-filled activities for children and adults of all ages.

Attractions Near Raging Waters Sacramento

Yolo Street
Yolo Street12.32km from Raging Waters Sacramento

The Yolo Bypass is one of the two flood bypasses in California's Sacramento Valley located in Yolo and Solano Counties. Through a system of weirs, the bypass diverts floodwaters from the Sacramento River away from the state's capital city of Sacramento and other nearby riverside communities. The bypass is crossed by the Yolo Causeway, a long highway bridge on Interstate 80, linking West Sacramento and the city of Davis.

Discovery Park
Discovery Park12.46km from Raging Waters Sacramento

This is a 275-acre park located at the confluence of the American and Sacramento rivers off Interstate 5 at the Richards Boulevard or Garden Highway exits. Activity areas include boating, fishing, group picnics, multi-use field areas, archery range and a variety of trails for horses, biking and hiking.

I Street Bridge
I Street Bridge14.18km from Raging Waters Sacramento

The I Street Bridge is a historic metal truss swing bridge which crosses the Sacramento River to link the capital city of Sacramento, California, with Yolo County to the west. Built in 1911, this historic bridge has a vertical clearance of 14 feet 8 inches and was originally part of State Route 16. It also carries two walkways; one on either side of the roadway.

Sacramento History Museum
Sacramento History Museum14.32km from Raging Waters Sacramento

Sacramento History Museum is the only museum devoted to Sacramento, California and California Gold Rush history. It features exhibits that showcase Sacramento's vibrant history, including the great Gold Rush of 1849. Located in the replicated 1854 City Hall and Waterworks Building, the History Center houses thousands of historical artifacts and several hands-on activity stations for your children or grandchildren.

California State Railroad Museum
California State Railroad Museum14.33km from Raging Waters Sacramento

The museum features 21 restored locomotives and railroad cars, some dating back to 1862. Other exhibits show how the influence of railroads changed American society, influencing travel, commerce and daily life, as well as the lives of railroaders and the diversity of people who work on railroads.

Old Sacramento State Historic Park
Old Sacramento State Historic Park14.38km from Raging Waters Sacramento

Occupies around one third of the property within the Old Sacramento Historic District. Virtually all the buildings in this area date from the 19th century, the most notable dating back to the period immediately after the disastrous fire of 1852. Most of these buildings now houss restaurants, gift shops, or other businesses catering to tourists.

Where is Raging Waters Sacramento

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Sacramento County
Sacramento County
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Its county seat is Sacramento, which has been the state capital of California since 1854. Sacramento County extends from the low delta lands between the Sacramento River and San Joaquin River, including Suisun Bay, north to about ten miles (16 km) beyond the State Capitol and east into the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The southernmost portion of Sacramento County has direct access to San Francisco Bay.