Water activities

Seven Peaks Provo

(Last Updated On: June 21, 2016)
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Our boys love the wave pool.

We decided to take the plunge and head to . We tried to figure out who had been there most recently, and I think it was me about 12 years ago. So, we loaded up our boys and drove to Provo (although there is a Seven Peaks in Salt Lake). We have the Pass of All Passes, so entrance to the park is free, but we did have to pay $5 for parking. Sometimes you can get a parking pass with your pass of all passes. Check this to see if there is a deal going on right now with the Pass of all Passes.

We decided to take the plunge and head to Seven Peaks. We tried to figure out who had been there most recently, and I think it was me about 12 years ago. So, we loaded up our boys and drove to Provo (although there is a Seven Peaks in Salt Lake). We have the Pass of All Passes, so entrance to the park is free, but we did have to pay $5 for parking. Sometimes you can get a parking pass with your pass of all passes. Check this link to see if there is a deal going on right now with the Pass of all Passes.

For those of you who have never heard of Seven Peaks, it is a water park. Our boys favorite part is the wave pool. This is where we usually spend most of our time. We love the wave pool because it VERY shallow and gets gradually deeper. So mom sat with our one year-old in the shallows while he splashed, and the older boys ventured further into the waves with Dad. And even though there are a million people in the wave pool, it is so large, it doesn’t seem too crowded.

Seven PeaksThere are two other play areas for kids with little slides and shallow waters. I was actually impressed with the variety of different activities for my little kids. We took them down the slides, and let them splash around in the kiddie area. For older kids, there is a huge halfpipe which you can see in the background below.

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This water is about waist deep for 5-6 year olds.

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There are a bunch of different slides for the little kids.

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Our older boys went solo down the slides about a million times.

We didn’t try many of the big rides, but they have lots of those as well. Our boys are a little nervous about landing in a pool, so the only slide we did was the speedy one on blue mats that you pick up at the bottom. And everyone, from dad to 2 year old, loved this one! We did it quite a few times, and you get some great speed.

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We also floated through the lazy river for awhile. You can rent tubes to float on and ride the slides, but we usually keep this activity as FREE as possible, so we enjoy the water without the extra floaties. You are allowed to bring your own toddler snacks for the little kiddos, but not a picnic lunch. They also allow water bottles for everyone, so make sure to bring lots of water and plan to eat lunch after you leave to save on buying something from the snack bar.

 

Our boys love Seven Peaks and always ask when we can go. If you have the Pass of all Passesp, you can get in early, too. So make sure to visit Seven Peaks on those hot summer days!

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