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Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park is a 150-acre (60.60 hectares) park that offers plenty options to have fun for people of all ages. With two different lakes, the park allows everybody to enjoy water slides in one lake while the other allows people to fish with a permit for trout, catfish and bass. The park also provides pedal-boats and aqua-cycle rentals for those who have sea-legs. Additionally, there is a playground, volleyball courts and picnic tables, all perfect for family and large groups. Visitors can also stay overnight and there is a small fee to enter, whether you come in on foot or vehicle.
This huge water park is enjoyable for the entire family. With speed slides that propel you downward at 35 miles per hour (56 kilometers per hour) and tower over 40 feet (12 meters) above the ground, this park promises some serious splashy thrills. Get your boisterous friends and head for a round inside The Vortex or the Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror, these two slides make sure you descend into the jade pool with your heart in your mouth! Racing on your mind? Try the Ragin’ Racer and compete with your friends. Later, push the envelop on the High Extreme. All the action is bound to leave you sore that's when you should plunge into the Splash Island Adventure or the Wave Cove to relax those tired muscles. Kid's Kingdom and The Little Dipper ensure that little ones do not feel left out.
This sprawling water park is fun for the whole family. Offering a respite from the Hot Los Angeles weather, The Cove Waterpark has a bevvy of water features that include the standard flowing river channel, water slides, children's lagoon and more unique features like the Riptide Reef, which is wave simulator that guests can body board or surf on. Classes, party rentals, and special events keep this water park buzzing with activity.