This is why you should take your kids to Sea World Aquatica waterpark! Great place to visit in Southern California with your family with slides and more!
We visited Sea World Aquatica waterpark this summer for the first time and the kids had a blast! We have visited many other family fun water parks in California and on vacations and this one is on our list of places to visit again! 😉 With a long lazy river for all ages, the “toilet bowl” ride that gives you a bit of an adrenaline rush, and plenty of areas for little ones too…there is something for all ages. Special thanks goes out to Sea World for sponsoring our visit so we could share our review with all of you. 😉
As my kids took off and left me behind with all the stuff I roamed around a bit and found these gorgeous flamingos (yes they are real) walking about and you could get quite near them. Such a great feature!
A really fun addition to a waterpark that we hadn’t seen before at any other, but totally makes sense since this water park is a part of Sea World! With that being said, it is not attached to Sea World San Diego, Sea World Aquatica San Diego location is actually just South of the park in Chula Vista. It’s in an area off to itself and kind of tucked away with plenty of parking and seating inside.
I’m a people watcher when I take my kids to amusement parks and places like this. One thing I appreciate as a mom is an area where I can sit and relax in the shade and I can watch my kids play.
I found a beachy area filled with sand and chairs, with plenty of umbrellas where I could do just that. The chairs were comfortable and people were friendly and helpful..it made for the perfect afternoon for me!
Like I said, there were plenty of TALL slides for my girls who range from 9-16 in age but they also have tons of fun areas for toddlers too! Smaller slides and a water area where only children 3 and under are allowed to play, this huge play structure, and a bucket that dumps occasionally are right in the middle of Sea World Aquatica. Once again they have lots of seating around the structure as well as you can see.
They provide life jackets if you or your child needs one which is nice, and there was a little eatery where we had burgers and drinks for lunch.
Even my “little ones” enjoyed the large area with the water play land in the middle. If you’re looking for something fun to do in Southern California this waterpark is a great choice! Sea World behind the scenes tours are amazing too, something you and your kids will not forget.
You can find more information on all 3 of their locations, prices, and times here….enjoy friends!