Aqua Adventure Waterpark - Places For Kids

Aqua Adventure Waterpark

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INFORMATION

40500 Paseo Padre Pkwy.
Fremont, CA 94538


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Phone
510-494-4426
Hours
11 am – 4 pm (Mon – Thu)
11 am – 5 pm (Fri – Sun) (May - Sept)
Tickets
$12 - $13 (Kids under 48”)
$17 - $18 (Youths and Adults over 48”)
Membership
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DESCRIPTION FOR Aqua Adventure Waterpark

Float like a water lily around the Lazy River. Body slide or zoom down in the open air. Toddle around the  toddler zone with refillable buckets. Make waves in the Lap Pool. Basically, almost anything that kids want to do with water is available here, though Aqua Adventure is a smaller complex than Waterworld (and also costs about half as much). Sometimes there are online coupons that can get you admission plus free food, or the Fremont Wienerschnitzel will have coupons for a few dollars off of day tickets. Parking is free on the streets and on the Aqua Adventure parking lot, which is a definite plus over some other water parks.
 
Especially on holiday weekends, arrive at least 20 to 30 minutes early, because...

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TIPS FOR VISITING Aqua Adventure Waterpark

1. Closing days: October – April,

2. Calling Ahead and Trip Planning: Park may be closed due to rain, full capacity, or buy-out by a large group.

3. $2 Child Pass plus swim diapers are given for three-year-olds and younger ones.

4. Discounts: Get $59 season passes before the Park opens again, or wait for Family Fridays ($8 per person between 4 pm – 8 pm). Code words 'Everyone is a kid' may get in the adults at the kid price on Mondays and Tuesdays.

5. Lockers can be rented per day or held all season for $15. 6. Bathrooms have individual stalls and changing areas.

7. Showers are available but without curtains, so keep your swimsuits on. Co-ed showers are available for parents and children.

8. Sunscreen...

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BIRTHDAY PARTY AT Aqua Adventure Waterpark

Party Time at Aqua Adventure Waterpark

Telephone: (510) 494-4331

Email: wpcoordinator@fremont.gov

Time: Party price: $17 - $25 per person

Included: All-day Admission, Sun Screen, Free Return Ticket for Birthday Kid, Food and Drinks, Plates and Utensils Packages: Splash, Wave Party, Aqua Bash

Membership: N/A

Website Link: http://www.goaquaadventure.com/birthdays.php

Customizable: Yes

Bring Your Own: Decorations, Birthday Cake and Tableware (Plates, Cups, Cutlery)

When planning a wet and wild birthday party for kids, it's important to think through the options rather than just looking at the price. It's true that the Splash party does come with food (hot dogs, chicken nuggets, cheese pizza), fruit, and a drink. However, unless you're going to rent out lockers at $3 each, you won't be able to bring much beyond your wallet and...

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