Legoland Waterpark: The Best Waterpark in California

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If you love to play with water, like swimming and want to spend some time playing with your family or kids, then Legoland Waterpark is the perfect place for you. Legoland Waterpark has many rides to entertain you and make your life enjoyable to the fullest.

One of their most popular and attractive parts is Surfer’s Cove. It was opened publicly in 2017. This area is for swim lovers and adults who love to get in a race and challenging swimmer as well as a competitor.

There are some distinct areas which identify the waterpark as a beyond doubt an ideal place to hang out especially in the summer. During hot summer days, it will get busy with long lines at favorite rides. So, you may find it hard to get into a spin at ease.

I recommend you to choose the day while there will be no public rush to the rides. In each section, you will find relaxation area, where you can take rest for a while under shade umbrellas. Following, i will give you a brief rundown about Legoland Waterpark and their different areas to help you decide which section will be ideal for you.

About Legoland Water Park

About Legoland WaterparkIf you are finding a place to hang out in sunny, hot days, then Legoland Water Park is the better option for you. It established in 2010. It’s in Carlsbad, California. It is the first Legoland Park outside Europe. The waterpark has undergone an expansion, and it’s a fantastic place to spend the warm days.

Its theme is based on the Lego toys and action figures. Legoland Water Park has four main sections-

  • Surfer’s Cove
  • Big joker play/slide structure (For older guests)
  • Duplo Water (Kids under age 6)
  • Lazy River

Besides, it has several other sections including the latest addition, famous Surfer’s Cove. This park plans for children under the age of 2-12, but teens and adults may join in most of the rides.

When you book the ride to make sure you have space to sit for a while or taking rest. Besides trips, you will find restrooms, changing stalls. Equipment will be provided to swim or slide.

Let’s see rides and visitor attractions included in Legoland Water Park.

Rides & Attractions

Rides & AttractionsLegoland has certain sections and attractions which is undoubtedly a family pleasure. Different parts contain unique entertainment for all ages from adult to lap-held babies. So, be ready to get drenched and steer your desire to the reality to observe and have fun with full family and friends.

The ride includes things that will help your kids growing creativity. Building Duplo bricks, Designing Lego raft and add them in water floater will make your kids enjoy the watery entertainment. Let’s have a look at some recommendations before you step up on rides-

  • Make sure you take a good glimpse of accessories taken with you.
  • Focus on your kids to make sure they are safe enough in the water.
  • You can take rest in between ridings.

Let’s see some rides and attractions included in Legoland Water Park.

  • Build-A-Raft-River
  • Duplo-Splash Safari
  • Imagination Station
  • Joker Soaker
  • Orange Rush
  • Pirate Reef
  • Splash Out
  • Soak-N-Sail
  • Twin Chasers
  • Splash Zoo

Legoland Waterpark Rides and Attractions

Build-A-Raft-River

Build-A-Raft-RiverTake your family and friends with kids to build LEGO vessels. 1000 foot long lazy river will take you along with your LEGO make a vessel to the unknown. You may feel bored while in voyage floating on the river. Don’t worry; there will be some upbeat summer tunes to make your trip more pleasant. The watery path sure welcomes you, but you need some recommendations-

  • The rider must be minimum 42″ inches
  • You should wear Swimwear
  • Sunscreen to protect your skin

Duplo-Splash Safari

Duplo-Splash SafariIt’s great fun for a toddler with DUPLO characters. Your 12 to 36 months or between 1 to 6 years of the older baby will enjoy the smaller rides and slides in this section. It’s abundant with kid-centric rides and offering little characters thrilling rides while splashing water.

  • Must bring an adult with your kids
  • Guests using artificial body parts should put it off before riding
  • Kids under six are allowed to ride on the slider with guidance

Imagination Station

Imagination StationYou can guess what the section is all about by glimpse of the title. Your LEGO fanatic kids or teenagers will use the imagination to build dams, bridges, cities out of DUPLO bricks and test the flow of water flowing into the bricks castle.

  • No height requirement

Joker Soaker

Joker Soaker is full of the fun section for all the groups. It contains a type of slides which will undoubtedly be an entertainment factor for you and your family. Get wondered with the torrential spill and soaked by 350 gallons of water spilling from clock tower overhead.

  • No height recommendation
  • Watch your kids while getting on the watchtower
  • Water guns for additional fun

Orange Rush

Orange RushIt is one of the most exciting rides of all. Orange rush contains a large tube raft slides which rush four of the inner rider with huge splashing water spilling here and there passing Waterpark tower.

  • A rider must be minimum 42” inches
  • You need to be careful if your kids get nervous while sitting back on raft.

Pirate Reef

Pirate ReefChoose blue or red ship and fire water cannons at large. For additional excitement, as you race down the battling ships will flume water around. You will inevitably get soaked and splashed here while going down into a pool of water.

  • The rider must be minimum 36” inches
  • 36’’ to 42’’ inch rider must bring guidance with them

Splash Out

Splash OutIt is one of the thrilling rides in Legoland Water Park.  Choose your slides from 3 selections and zip into the hole of the 60-foot long slide and speed down the curvy hole and splash out at the end.

  • The rider must be minimum 42.”
  • Swimwear which may get damaged during the ride is not permitted
  • Single rider and maximum 300lbs weight allowance
  • Guests using artificial body parts should put it off before riding

Soak-N-Sail

Soak-N-SailOne of the exciting rides here. It contains a pirate vessel that you can climb and just right beneath you can see a tall 38-foot mast. Stand down the mast, and 300 gallons of water will pour onto your head at any time.

  • Stay alert all the time standing down the mast
  • Minimum height is not required
  • Under 36” or younger than ten years of age must bring guidance
  • Guests using artificial body parts should put it off before riding

Twin Chasers

Twin ChasersRiders will go down the intertwining pair of 375 feet slides before plunging into the refreshing pool down the slides. Choose the tube and go down the long distant tunnel with a splash.

  • The rider must be minimum 42.”
  • Swimwear which may get damaged during the ride is not permitted
  • Single rider and maximum 300lbs weight allowance
  • Guests using artificial body parts should put it off before riding
  • Keep your eyes on a sensitive child.

Splash Zoo

Splash ZooThis is one of the alluring rides for your kids. This area features such rides which creates a fountain of a watery splash while your kids on the trip. So, this area includes

  • Giant interactive DUPLO animals
  • Spray Pads
  • Fountains
  • Teeter Totter

Recommendations for this area is-

  • No minimum height is required
  • Only for kids ages 1 to 3
  • A responsible adult should be there

Lego Chima Waterpark Rides and Attractions

Cragger’s Swamp

Cragger's SwampDo you want to try how it feels to get consumed into a crocodile’s mouth?  In Legoland waterpark, you can use it once you get soaked into the mouth of giant croc. There are more than 50 featuring crocodile twist and run you can choose to get absorbed.

  • Must be 36’’ to get splashed in Cragger
  • Proper guidance is required

Crooler’s Twist

Crooler’s Twist is one of the 50 Cragger’s section. Just slide down to get soaked into the crocodile’s mouth.  It requires more significant feeding into his mouth!

  • Must be 40’’ inches at least
  • Guests using artificial body parts should put it off before riding
  • Proper guidance is required

Crug’s Run

Crug's RunCrug’s run is for additional fun when you finish with huge Cragger’s Swamp section. Crug’s run requires riders at least 3 feet rider.

  • Minimum 36’’ inches rider is required
  • Guests using artificial body parts should put it off before riding

Eglor’s Build-A-Boat

Eglor's Build-A-BoatThis part pulls out creativity from your mind. Build LEGO boat on your design while there will be rushing water going past your ship. There will be the castle, houses around your ship to turn the scenario stunning.

  • No minimum height is required

Lion Temple Wave Pool

Lion Temple Wave PoolLego lion head is on your way. There is a 30-foot high Mount Cavora which will remind you about CHIMA itself. There is undoubtedly rolling waves and fun with a pool of water splashing your toe on their way!

  • Must be 42’’ inches minimum
  • Guidance for the flow of wave resistance

Surfer’s Cove

Surfer's CoveSurfer’s Cove is the newest addition for Legoland Water Park. It was opened publicly in June 2017. It is one of the thrilling rides for especially adults, older children, and confident young swimmers. People love this ride because of its varieties and facilities around it. Let’s have a quick look at all the features of Surfer’s Cove-

  • Riptide Racers
  • Six Water Slides
  • Race competition
  • Wipeout Lagoon
  • Beach Street Tacos

Riptide Racers

‘Riptide Racers’ is great fun for the racing lovers. If you want to have a pleasing experience and want to have a daring ride, then Riptide racers will leave you speechless. It is a racing water slide where racers put their mats down on slide’s starting point, and they jump on mats placing their head at first.

Six Water Slides

Surfer’s Cove consists of six water slides that are 17 feet high and more than 100 feet in length. Slides are the main feature of Surfer’s Cove.

Race Competition

In surfer’s Cove, you will get something to chill yourself. They arrange racing competition often. Just like this; 3 teams, Red, White and Blue racers will take a race where two people from each group will race against other teams.

Three racing event will occur and the team who reach the endpoint at the lowest time will announce the winner. You might be thinking about if there will be any prizes. You will get a Lego trophy. In addition to this prize, you will get the chance of posing for a photo shoot to celebrate your big win.

Wipeout Lagoon

Wipeout Lagoon is a Lego-themed splash pad. It is a ‘Spray Ground,’ and it includes water jets splashing water continuously while creating a wave effect.

Beach Street Tacos

Water Park’s culinary team has created Beach street tacos to make your voyage through Surfer’s Cove more pleasing. You’re hungry and want to have tasty, delicious food item, then taste Tacos, and you will love it. It includes Carnitas which is insanely delicious.

Facts about Surfer’s Cove
  • Surfer’s cove splash beyond all existing water slides in Legoland
  • 50 of the Ronald McDonald families received early access in Surfer’s Cove in 2017.
  • You will only find Surfer’s Cove to arrange a racing competition in Legoland
Recommendation
  • Ages 2 to 12 with their parents are allowed
  • Guests using artificial body parts should put it off before riding
  • Keep your eyes on a sensitive child.

Is it a real gem for parents?

Are you feeling bored while your kids have fun around Waterpark? If you are parents and have kids, then you will love to hang out in Legoland Water Park as well. Legoland features such rides which can make the adults feel pleasant moments in Legoland.

Ideal rides for parents

Joker soaker and Splash Zoo don’t have any restrictions for adults where other rides have. Perhaps, you and your whole family want to ride on a specific rider. Don’t worry; accompany your kids and get on the trip.

Another ride is orange rush which adults will find adventurous enough. It is a family-sized ride which slides down a curving track and large enough for four people. 130 foot long side-by-side long tube slides that end in the pool.

Planning for Legoland?

Days & Hours of Operation

Days & Hours of OperationLegoland Waterpark is open for all through the year round. You will find several months off while selecting this place as fun. Usually, the months of January, February, November, and December will be off a whole month. They have several timings for different days.

They usually open through the summer season and in 2018 the month of July was the summer season, and they opened for the whole month. They opened for the entire month of August as well, but their timing was different. In summer, they generally begin at 10 am and closes at 7 pm.

For special events, such as Brick-or-Treat party nights they close late at 9 pm.  You will get the concept of their timing once you have a quick look at their timings for the month of 2018-

  • January, February, November, and December is off for a whole month
  • March and April; 12 pm to 5 pm and 11 am to 5 pm
  • May; 10am to 5pm , 10am to 6pm, 12pm to 5pm
  • June; 12pm to 5pm, 10am to 6pm, 10am to 7 pm
  • July; 10 am to 7 pm
  • August; 10am to 7pm, 10am to 6pm, 10am to 5pm
  • September; 12pm to 5pm, 10am to 6pm, 10am to 5pm
  • October; 12 pm to 5 pm

Admission in Legoland Waterpark

  • For riders age 3 and up, it’s $30 upgrade for a standard charge
  • For toddlers ages 1 to 2 it’s $5
  • Waterpark Hopper pass for all riders $116, children of 3 to 12 it’s $110
  • Resort one day Hopper $119 for adults, For children of 3 to 12, $113

What should you pack?

Bring essential things with you. Most of the things you can buy from the water park. In case you overlook something when coming to Waterpark; don’t worry you can buy things from the waterpark-

  • Swimwear
  • Towels
  • Sunscreen
  • Clothing and grooming supplies

Better would be bringing a few things as you can, so later you can put things inside lockers. Lockers are available for rent.

Directions

DirectionsLegoland waterpark is at California, One Legoland Drive, Carlsbad, and CA 92008. It is east of the I-5 Freeway, 30minutes north of San Diego and one hour south of Anaheim. Legoland website is suggesting Google Maps and Waze have been creating issues and the visitor is getting the wrong entrance. Let’s see how you can have the right direction from different territories to the Legoland-

From North San Diego

  • Take a turn to 5 South to Cannon Road
  • Head East
  • Turn right at Legoland Drive
  • Follow signs to Legoland

From North San Diego County Inland

  • Take turn to15 North or South to 78 West to Interstate 5 south
  • Take Cannon Road
  • Head East
  • Turn Right at Legoland Drive
  • Follow signs to Legoland

From Coastal area of San Diego

  • Take Interstate 5 North to Cannon Road
  • Head East
  • Turn right at Legoland Drive
  • Follow signs to Legoland

From East County of San Diego

  • Take 8 West to Interstate 5 North to Cannon Road
  • Head East
  • Turn right at Legoland Drive
  • Follow signs to Legoland

From Orange County and Los Angeles

  • Take turn to the 405 South/ Interstate 5 South to Cannon Road
  • Head East
  • Turn right at Legoland Drive
  • Follow signs to Legoland

Direction to Legoland should finish on Legoland Drive.

Fun Facts about Legoland Waterpark
  • It is the world’s first Lego-themed Waterpark
  • Legoland Water Park is the most significant addition to Legoland California
  • It includes 22 Lego Models in Waterpark alone
  • There are five of the Jumbo LEGO models which weigh about 250 pounds
  • Recycled bins and benches in Water Park is solely made of recycled milk jugs

Staying in Legoland

Feeling hungry and planning for an overnight stay? Then choose the Ninjago Hotel which includes 250 rooms located in the park. It includes the parking lot. Entry pass included hotel packages and sold separately for different locations and Legoland Water Park.

Few Other Water Parks in California that might interest you

You might be thinking about other rides and water parks in California. Yes, there are a bunch of other water parks where you can find something different than Legoland Water Park. It will be a pleasing experience for Water sliders who love daring slides and thrilling rides. Each water park is unique and different in its way. Some of them are-

  • Boomerang Bay
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor
  • Raging Waters

Boomerang Bay

Boomerang BayBoomerang Bay is situated in Santa Clara, California. This water slide park established in 2004 with 11 acres of land. It consists of 6 water slides, three pools, and two children areas. Check the different sections of this amusement park-

Boomerang Lagoon

It is a typical water place contains 150000 gallons of water and a fun place for your friends and family.

Castaway Creek

This is the most extended water lounge in Boomerang Bay for all ages. Children less than 42 inches taller are required to wear a life jacket.

Castaway Creek

54-foot platform waterslide puts riders enjoy on the raft by gliding through turns.

Down Under Thunder

This slide is a remarkable water adventure that you will remember. Ride two-person tubes down a chute and then slide down a vertical wall before coasting the ground. 4 feet height is the minimum requirement.

Great Barrier Reef

Enjoy the excitement of ocean waves without the sand. Children less than 4 feet in height require wearing a life jacket.

Jackaroo Landing

It is a castle of whole Australian adventure connected by bridges, passageways, and rope ladders. Be careful of water jets and water that spills from the top. 3 feet height is the minimum requirement.

Ripsnort Ridge

30-foot tall water slide and 45-degree chute riding for adventurous riders. Minimum height is 4 feet here.

Screamin’ Wombat

Three stories tall water slide which includes twist and serpentine curves waiting for riders to scream loud. 4 feet height is the minimum requirement here.

Tasmanian Typhoon

Tasmanian Typhoon is a two person water slide with a series of watery twists and turns. 4 feet is the recommended height here.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbour

Six Flags Hurricane HarbourIt was named ‘’Waterworld California” till 2007.  Now it’s called ‘’Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord”. The great thing about this waterpark is it has varieties of rides. They divided it into three sections for their visitor. All of their trips require at least 4 feet height for riders.

Family Rides

Be prepared to get wobbled. You get different types of slides here for your relaxation.

  • Breaker Beach
  • Kaanapali Kooler Lazy River
  • Splashwater Island
  • The Big Kahuna
  • Treasure Island

Kids Rides

Riders come to seek thrill from their voyage. Kids excluded from these riders. They have only one section for kids –

  • Splashwater Island

Thrill Rides

Are you looking for more fun and thrilling rides? You can find it here. They are providing hydro-powered thrills to the riders here in this section. This is the craziest, wettest, fastest section in all of their rides. Let’s look at these rides at a glance-

  • Break Point Plunge
  • Cliffhanger
  • Honolulu Halfpipe
  • Hurricane Slide Complex
  • Tornado
  • Typhoon Slide Complex

Raging Waters

They call themselves California’s largest water park. This park founded in 1983. There are total numbers of 50 slides just waiting for you to come. Different rides’ including Wave Cove, Dragons Den, and Raging Racer for race lovers included. Let’s take a look at their rides for different sections. They also have three different sections-

Rides and Slides

This section includes different slides and rides for several riders. It includes-

  • Aqua Rocket
  • The Bermuda Triangle
  • Dark Hole
  • Dragon’s Den
  • Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror
  • Drop out
  • High Extreme
  • Neptune’s Fury
  • Ragin’ Racer
  • Speed Slides
  • Thunder Rapids
  • Vortex

Waves, Rivers, and Pools

This section is for basking sun and floating lazily on water splash. It includes-

  • Amazon Adventure
  • Lily Pads
  • Wave Cove

Kiddie Attractions

This section is only for kids who are at less than 4 feet in height. Accompany by the parents or an adult is recommended. This section includes-

  • Kid’s Kingdom
  • Little Dipper
  • Splash Island Adventure
  • Volcano Fantasea

Conclusion

In concluding Water parks are the center of entertainment. When you feel bored summer vacation and want to have an enjoyable trip with your family and friends you can choose Legoland Water Park for your ultimate pleasure. It includes all the facilities for your family, but if you want rides for grown-ups, you can check other water parks.

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