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Raging Waters Seven Peaks Water Park

1200 West 1700 South, Salt Lake City, Utah

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Visited: 2012-08-01 | Submitted: 2013-03-03 16:51:58.0 | I traveled with tots (0-2), little kids (3-5), big kids (6-8), tweens (9-12) and teens (13+)

Small Crowds, Most Water Fun for your Money

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Seven Peaks (formally Raging Waters) is way less crowded than the Provo location. There are more rides for the 6 and up crowd. There is a small area for little kids as well as a wave pool. Definitely get a tube since some rides require them. The park is in need of some repair. There are lots of shady areas to spread out. There is a picnic area located just outside of the park entrance where families often leave coolers and then go there to eat. Plan to spend the entire day. There are also some fun fast rides as well as a lazy river.

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Get a tube. Bring a cooler and plan to eat in the picnic area. Some rides are a little run down and the park could definitely use a face lift. Lots of fun for all ages.

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Hogle Zoo

2600 East Sunnyside Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah

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Visited: 2012-08-01 | Submitted: 2013-03-03 16:45:29.0 | I traveled with tots (0-2), little kids (3-5), big kids (6-8), tweens (9-12) and teens (13+)

Lots to See and Do

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Hogle Zoo has a little bit for every age group. There is a train ride as well as a carousel where your child can ride on elephant, or an okapi as well as lots of other animals. There is also a playground just across the train tracks where kids can crawl into a turtle shell, climb a spider web, or poke their heads up on a prairie dog habitat. We love seeing Zuri, the baby elephant, and checking out the new exhibit, Rocky Shores. You can see otters, bears, and sea lions. When we were there, the polar bears were swimming and came right up to the glass. They seemed to be interacting with the kids and they really enjoyed it. You can also bring coolers into Hogle Zoo and there are several outdoor eating areas with umbrellas where you can have a nice picnic lunch. We have a season pass to Hogle Zoo and always have a fun time.

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The train ride is short. The carousel and train ride are not included in the price of your ticket. Bring a cooler and enjoy a picnic after stopping off at the playground.

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