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Credit: Wild Rivers

WILD RIVERS IS BACK This June in Irvine—Enter to Win The Ultimate Prize Package!

Get Ready to Make a Splash, SoCal!

For 26 years, Wild Rivers held a special place in the hearts of Orange County kids and beyond with its winding waterslides, raft rides and wild wave pools. And it’s safe to say since it shut down in 2011, we’ve never been the same. Wild Rivers 2022

However, if you, too, have shared our sadness over the past decade, we’ve got some wild news…


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That’s right—OC’s favorite waterpark is making a comeback this June, and it’s bound to be better than ever! Wild Rivers, located at Irvine’s Great Park, is ready to make a splash with a brand-new, state-of-the-art park that is double the size of the original park’s previous footprint. Guests this summer can expect everything from enclosed body slides, mat races and bowls to AquaSpheres, Rattlers, Constrictors, Pythons, Boomerangos, six-person raft rides and a water coaster. And to make things even better, the park is giving away a $1,000 package to one lucky winner! Here are the deets.

Wild Rivers 2022

The $1,000 Value Prize Package Will Include:

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» 4-pack of season passes (valid for 2022)
» 1 cabana rental
» 4 lunches from Pacific Grille
» 4 desserts from Island Sweets
» souvenir package



Wild Rivers 2022

Wild Rivers
10000 Great Park Blvd
Irvine, CA 92618


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