Admission Is Rolled Back To 1994: Just $6.75 on June 30
City Council Honors Anniversary at 12:30 PM
Vista CA— To commemorate its 25th anniversary on June 30, the City of Vista’s Wave Waterpark will rollback its admission fee for that day to what it was in 1994: just $6.75 per person. This special discount will be available in person only at the Wave’s ticket booth on June 30. Park hours that day are Noon to 5:30 p.m. The City Council will hold a proclamation ceremony at the park at 12:30 p.m. Throughout the day, there will be special giveaways and other surprises.
The Wave Waterpark is open daily through August 11, and weekends only August 17 – September 29 with the exception of special events listed on its website. Admission is $20.95 for visitors 42” and taller, $16.95 for under 42”, seniors age 60 and over are $13.95, Happy Hour for all heights and ages is available the last two hours the park is open for $9.95, ages two and under are free, military with I.D. is $13.95. Season passes are available for $74 per person, or $69 per person for a family of four.
For more information, visit thewavewaterpark.com, or call (760) 940-9283.