Raging Waters Los Angeles resumed Saturday, inviting back guests interestingly since the COVID-19 pandemic started.
The reopening of the water park after 18 months concluded the longest off-season in the park’s history. The first season after the onset of the pandemic features the return of such crowd favorites as the million-gallon Wave Cove pool and attractions like Aqua Rocket, Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror and Dragon’s Den.
Tidiness and safety are the core interest. The main components of Raging Waters’ actions for resuming include:
— restricting capacity and advance visit registration;
— required facial covers;
— social distancing;
— extra cleaning stations; and
— improved cleaning measures.
Guests will be needed to eliminate their covers while swimming and on water attractions.
“Our group is completely centered around giving a spotless, protected and fun experience for our guests and colleagues,” general manager Nick Hager said.
More data on Raging Waters COVID-19 safety measures, 2021 timetable, season pass and single-day admissions, and rebate openings, is accessible on the Raging Waters website or by calling 909-802-2200.
Other nearby event congregations have effectively resumed, including Disneyland, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Universal Studios Hollywood and Legoland California Resort.