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Roaring Springs Water Park

Amusement Park / Tourist Attraction

Roaring Springs is the Northwest’s largest water park and features attractions for every member of the family, including a wave pool, float river, two family raft rides, bowl slide, four-lane racing slide, tube slides, kiddie play area, and the new Corkscrew Cavern 360 degree looping waterslide. Roaring Springs is located five miles west of Boise, off I-84, at exit 44 in Meridian. Wahooz Family Fun Zone and Pinz Bowling Center are connected to the water park and Triple the Fun tickets are available.

Roaring Springs Water Park

(208) 884-8842

400 W Overland Rd

Meridian, ID 83642

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“I never been to roaring springs nor have my kids. Great way to reward them for a he'll of a year in school. Bought the tickets entered into the establishment. Went to get on a ride with my kids. I was told to get on the scale. I'm self conscience about my weight I didn't look. The person on that particular water slide said sir your to fat to ride this ride. Not only in front of my kids but the rest of the people waiting behind me. Management gave me the company line oh for safety we have to have the scales and weigh people for safety. I'm five pounds over weight which I have tried to lose but unsuccessfully cant..can't... Spent less an hour on the premises and drove two and half hours for nothing they said they refunded the money 110 I am still waiting for that money for that. if you are five or more pounds over weight and want to go to roaring springs save yourself the embarrassment of publicly being humiliated in front of your kids. Better off going to lava hot springs outside Pocatello or lagoon in Utah more bang for your buck and no embarrassing scales to publicly humiliate you....“

1 out of 5 stars

“Great place for groups, or to take the family. Great area for little ones, and all swimming areas are well monitored by life guards. Food is expensive, but that is pretty much par for the course. I've only been at night during special events, and it's excellent on a hot summer night.“

4 out of 5 stars

“Honestly a lot of fun. The kids area was really great. One possible improvement would be to somehow keep the lazy river more free of debris. Collects a lot of leaves etc. Also they don't allow outside food and the restaurants were pretty sub par. Like poor salads, and burgers with soggy buns and cold meat. Cabana rental was really nice to have.“

4 out of 5 stars

“Its a great family fun place. With great works and lifeguards. I strongly suggest going there at least twice a month. There food is great and fresh witch is a plus.“

5 out of 5 stars

“I’ve gone to roaring springs every year once a year, except now I buy the season pass for me and my family. This adventurous water park is full of fun from dead mans drop, to slides and a wave pool! Anyone who comes from out of town should surely try it out because it’s amazing! The park itself has food and water, ice cream and snacks. A changing area for woman and men— large enough to fulfill everyone’s needs and they’re very closely monitored for those with children. The water park through covid is kept clean and constantly looking at the water to make sure it meets standards. The kids pool is also very lovely. It’s got allot of attractions for kids of all shapes and sizes. It does have life jackets for kids as well. The price is pricey but worth it if you live here, because of the heat! Parking can fill up pretty fast especially the shady spots but there is always someone leaving or coming!“

5 out of 5 stars

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