Need a SoCal waterpark recommendation.

VMS

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E3 is cool and all, but I'm out of geek. I feel liking hitting up a waterpark tomorrow, since I'm taking the redeye out of town tomorrow night.

In the LA area, I've found Raging Waters of San Dimas and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. San Dimas seems a little more upscale, but that's relative.

I prefer a nice, suburban experience, but I understand that's not always possible. Anybody know anything about LA area waterparks?
 

fletcher

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Waterloo. Napoleon loved it.
 

Atomic Fireball

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Soak City next to Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park is relatively "suburban".
 

weeniewawa

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Raging waters is where Bill and Teds was at

Magic mountain in Valencia is another, that may be the one they call hurricane harbor

with that one, you also have Magic Mountain which has about the best rides in so cal
 

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Knotts and Six Flags are both somewhat overrun by balloons.

Raging Waters is probably the best non-ocean watery spot.
 

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I live pretty close to Raging Waters, and found it to be an enjoyable experience. Compact, lines moved along, good rides.
 

VMS

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I live pretty close to Raging Waters, and found it to be an enjoyable experience. Compact, lines moved along, good rides.
Especially on a Thursday non-holiday afternoon.