Adding water results in less floury biscuits, larger foam dinosaurs, and slides that won’t give a shirtless cousin friction burn. Douse yourself in smooth-moving good times with today’s Groupon: for $19, you get an outing to Seven Peaks Waterpark, opening May 26 (a $40.90 total value). This Groupon is valid at the location in Provo, or the location in Salt Lake City formerly known as Raging Waters and now under new management. The outing includes the following:
- A day pass (a $24.95 value)
- All-day tube rental (a $5 value)
- All-day parking (a $5 value)
- A hamburger or hot dog with chips and a drink (a $5.95 value)<p>
The water kingdoms at Seven Peaks’ multiple locales thrill hydrosplorers as they cascade down water slides, frolic through wave pools, or bob down lazy rivers. At Seven Peaks Provo, the aquatically inclined can cascade down 16 water slides, seesaw around the mammoth half-pipe tube ride, or ride the crests of the 400,000-gallon wave pool. Guests can scan the attractions at Seven Peaks Salt Lake City, such as 11 water slides and an Amazon River, then plummet off the Cliffhanger, a quick, curvy slide that ends with a sudden 5-foot drop into a crystalline pool followed by a frenzied hunt for the sandwich lost on the way down. After realizing Marco Polo is never going to call back, each guest can fill the void with a juicy burger, salty chips, and a whistle-wetting soft drink.
Seven Peaks Fun Center
Seven Peaks' multiple locales thrill guests with attractions ranging from water slides to go-karts and mini golf. At Seven Peaks Waterpark Provo, the aquatically inclined can cascade down water slides, seesaw around the mammoth half-pipe tube ride, or ride the crests of the 400,000-gallon wave pool. Guests can scan the attractions at Seven Peaks Waterpark Salt Lake City, such as unique water slides and the Amazon River, then plummet off the Cliffhanger, a curvy slide that ends with a sudden 5-foot drop into a pool. The Lehi location houses an assortment of waterless excursions, including mini golf, go-karts, amusement park rides, and more.
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