Get Your Splash On Fresno County’s Top Water Parks in frenco


The county offers great year-round weather and over 300 days of sunshine each year, making it the perfect destination to enjoy two massive water parks in the area–The Island Water Park and Wild Water Adventure Park. Both parks are a splash for all ages!

The Island Water Park:

If you water parks in fresno want to beat the heat, head indoors to enjoy some cool rides like Dolphin Bay–a splashy family raft slide that takes you through an underwater world full of dolphins and sea turtles. This 16-story ride will have you feeling like Nemo as it sends you through twists and turns while splashing into pools below before shooting out into the open ocean for a finale splashdown.


Our packages are designed to give you the best value and unlimited access to all attractions including our wave pool, lazy river, children’s play area and more. It is a one-time purchase price that will save you money in the long run. All the benefits of a day pass are included plus many more. Upgrade your package to include lunch from our restaurant and enjoy a delicious meal with friends or family before your day begins or after it ends.

If you’re looking for something different, try upgrading your package to include a water slide session at either of our two water parks in fresno for an additional fee (only valid during our operational hours).

Purchase one of these packages as a gift for someone special in your life.

The Wild Water Adventure Park:

Wild Water Adventure Park is home to six different water slides, a wave pool and an activity pool, as well as a kiddie area. With plenty of sun and shade available throughout the park, it’s easy to spend all day here. The water parks in fresno has something for everyone with the popular Slippery Sidewinder slide that starts at the top of a mountain, twists down through the trees and into a rocky canyon before plummeting straight back up again on its way to the end of the run. It also includes family-friendly rides like Pipeline Plunge–a large body slide with two lanes side by side–and Runaway River which features twists and turns through shady tree canopies.