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Park Updates

Park Opening June 18th

Dear Wild Waves Guests,

It’s finally here – the fun is coming back on June 18, 2021 and we could not be more excited to welcome you, your friends, and family. We have prepared a vigorous health and safety protocol designed to provide Washingtonians with a safe, close-to-home way to get outdoors and make new memories.

At this time, the park is still required to have capacity restrictions. From June 18 through 30, all guests are required to make a reservation online prior to planning their visit. As restrictions and guidelines are eased, we will reevaluate and work toward resuming normal operations.

We want guests to know how happy we are to have them back, and what we’ve done to prepare. We encourage everyone to visit WildWaves.com when planning their outing, looking for a job or grabbing the best deal on tickets and Season Passes. You’ll want to visit the website to confirm hours of operation, learn about our health and safety protocol, buy your tickets, and make your Season Pass reservation (at least through June 30).

New benefits have automatically been extended to 2020 Season Pass holders. All 2020 Season Passes have been upgraded to the new Premium Season Pass, which features several new benefits, including free parking. All 2020 tickets and Season Passes will be honored in 2021. No action is required to validate your pass for the 2021 season. Early Season Pass processing will take place June 3-5, 10-12, and 16-17 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and feature a new drive-thru process. Please take advantage of this early processing convenience which will accommodate 2020 Season Passes (now 2021 passes) as well as new 2021 Season Passes.

Information regarding Wild Waves Theme & Water Park’s safety and health precautions, reservations and early processing can be found on the park’s website, by following the park on social media, or signing up for the newsletter.

Some of the new health and safety precautions include:

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