Amusement Parks in Tempe


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  • Wheel Fun Rentals
    The coasters at Wheel Fun Rentals in Tempe are a blast for the whole family! No matter what you're hungry for, the menu at this park promises the perfect dish for you. This park welcomes kids, too, so you can feel good about bringing the whole family. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    111 East Baseline Road
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Big Surf Waterpark
    In 1966, Big Surf Waterpark founder Phil Dexter built his first model of a wave machine in his backyard, a place he affectionally named Tahiti Phil's. With some help, and several models later—including one assembled inside an abandoned billiards hall—he perfected the contraption, making it the centerpiece of his newly opened waterpark in 1969. Dexter's invention instantly snagged press from Time, Sports Illustrated, and Life, and today, it remains Big Surf Waterpark's 2.5-million-gallon keynote attraction. One of Big Surf Waterpark's newest attractions is the Mauna Kea Zip Line, which starts high in the air before zipping over the wave pool. Over the years, despite Arizona's lack of rain or gigantic sprinkler, the park has managed to grow around the wave pool, and its current 20-acre campus features dozens of slides, rides, and areas for all ages. Big Surf's real estate has also played host to entertainment events, including concerts from Pink Floyd, Elton John, and the Beach Boys.
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    1500 N McClintock Dr.
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Climbmax Climbing Gym
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Climbmax Climbing Gym facet_type_id: 35017340-58c2-1032-b7be-fd29944fd6c6 html_text: |- Climbers cling to large, composite structures, strategizing their way up the side of a rocky cliff. They have come to conquer Climbmax Climbing Gym's myriad rock-face combinations and master the art of blindfolded belaying on thick, padded floors. Before challenging themselves on the climb-through cave or scaling an overhang, climbers slip into a harness and climbing shoes for safety. In addition to climbing areas geared toward beginners and advanced climbers, a children's area features its own pint-sized climb-through cave where youngsters learn to appreciate all aspects of the stimulating sport. Thick padding covers the floors of each climbing area, ensuring safe landings and comfortable, celebratory belly flops from the wall's summit.
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    1330 West Auto Drive
    Tempe, AZ US

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