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The Cove Waterpark, Riverside

3.6
Single-Day Admission

- General (48” and taller) $18

-Junior (36"-47") $14

- Seniors (Age 55+) $14

- Tots (30"-35") $9

- Children under 30” Free

Attractions:

* Captain’s Bay – an activity pool in the middle of the “Treasure Cove”

* Lil’ Mate’s Lagoon – a pirate-themed splash playground aimed towards children.

* Ne’er Endin’ River – a continuous river that consists of a shallow pool that flows similarly to a river. Riders pass under a bridge, waterfalls, and past pools while relaxing on a tube.

* Crow’s Nest – a slippery slide tower featuring three exciting slides to choose from. Each slide is 180 feet of fun!

* Receiving Pool – a catch pool found at the end of every slide adventure.

* Riptide Reef – a FlowRider®. It features a slightly sloped wave surface that generates a smooth “barrel-less” wave that riders can dual body board on or stand to “surf” while miles away from the beach!

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The Cove Waterpark Reviews
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4.3
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  • The kids had a wonderful time. The rides are awesome. There are various places parents can sit and relax.  more »
  • Have never had a bad experience at this community waterpark. It is geared toward small children 2 to 10. Small waterslides except one larger one. Lap pool for those that can swim without water wings o...  more »
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  • Went here on a HOT busy day. It was fun overall. The food needs major overhaul. But I guess we don't go for the food. It's better to take your own food and pay for a cooler fee. Also the ice is free so just have your cups refilled with ice when you bring something to drink with. It's pretty safe, lifeguards everywhere and they all seem to be paying attention which is great for the parents who aren't. Overall it is a great place to spend a day at. I think it's worth it to get the pass for the summer. It's cheap and it's nearby. It's a fun place and safe place for the kids to play and stay entertained for hours during the summer. You don't have to make the long drive to the beach and get full of sand and lug a cooler across the beach. It's just easier and fun. Great place.
  • Love this place. It's great for all ages. Love that it's not to big. Easy to watch and see your kids from all areas. Get there early cause seat get taken quickly. There is additional seating all the way in back. However, it has no shade. But no complaint here. Fun place!

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