It’s cool in the pool on Las Vegas property. When the hot Nevada sun shines down locals head on over to Cowabunga Bay Water Park. Here slides are slipping, rivers are flowing and cabanas are sun shading. Families find time to spend splashing around together making memories that will last for years to come.

Guests are chilling and thrilling. Water slides offer exhilarating rides. The colorful Breaker 1-9 sets the scene for wild water fun. Resident daredevils are ready to go in the Point Panic tube ride. Surrounded in darkness tubers speed through pitch black tunnels. Flashes of light throughout the ride are delightfully confusing. The ultimate adventure awaits in the Zuma Zooma. Highlights include a trap door, 73 foot drop into a 360 degree horizontal loop and launch capsule. Nearby, Wild Surf features the largest “man made” wave. Boats carry up to four surfers up and down this tidal sized beast. Beach bums can be found Surfin USA on the Las Vegas property. Surfers race to the shoreline against four or five of their friends. Twists and turns are conquered on the Rock-A-Hula where rafts are sent swiftly into a giant bowl. Friends are in it together as the Beach Blanket Banzai dips, dives, curves and plunges into a wet and wild oblivion.

Laze Away the Day Near Las Vegas Homes

Lazy days are the best when cruising the Cowabunga River. The coasting continues in Boardwalk Bay where the pool is always just the right temperature. Youngsters have their very own spot to splash about in at Cowabunga Kids’ Cove. Here the Downhill Doggers is a pint sized version of Surfin USA. The Squigglers 360 spin slide earns squeals of delight. A heated pool is chilled just right for the littlest of guests. The laughter doesn’t stop in this silly space.

Tickets for the Cowabunga Bay Water Park can be purchased online or at the park’s box office. Season passes are great for those living in Las Vegas homes. Several options are available to choose from. Perks range from complimentary admission to buddy passes and special events.