What are the park hours?
The hours are 11 am to 4 pm Monday-Thursday, and 11 am to 5 pm Friday-Sunday. Family Fridays are on https://goaquaadventure.com/schedule.php More dates may be added based on weather. Park hours do change so please check back for special hours and discount days.
When do you open?
We are open for a sneak peak on May 20th from 2 pm – 5 pm for only $6. We open weekends beginning May 27th, daily beginning June 16th – August 25th, and again for weekends only August 30th - September 24th. (We are also open Memorial Day 5/29 and Labor Day 9/4)
How deep are your pools?
Our pools range from 1 foot to 4 feet in depth. The Splash Pool is 3 ½ feet, the Lazy River is 3 feet, the Oasis Pool is 3 ½ to 4 feet, and Bucket Bay is 1 foot. We also have Lil’ Squirts, a splash pad with no standing water.
Do you have family restrooms?
We do not have family restrooms, but we do offer spacious restrooms with a changing area. If your child is under 6 years of age, they may accompany you into either restroom, regardless of gender.
Do you have showers?
We have showers outside each restrooms; however, these showers are only for rinsing and not for taking full showers. All of the shower/changing stalls have curtains.
What is the temperature of the pools?
The temperatures of the pools range from 80 degrees Fahrenheit to 84 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on the weather.
Are there age or height requirements for the rides?
There is no age requirement to enter the park. There is a 48 inch height requirement to ride any of our four slides on the Fortress of Fun, and a 36 inch height requirement for the smaller slides in Bucket Bay. All height requirements are strictly enforced with no exceptions.
Is there a dress code?
There is no general dress code, although attire has to be family appropriate. We highly recommend wearing bathing suits in the water and all bathing suits MUST be grommet free to ride the slides.
How old does my child have to be to stay unsupervised?
Any child under 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Is there food for sale?
We have a variety of snacks in the Sun Shop. For a meal, you may visit the Grill which provides a wide selection of food. You may view the menu under the Ticket Pricing tab. No outside food is allowed inside the park.
How do you get there?
Aqua Adventure Waterpark
40500 Paseo Padre Pkwy.
Fremont, CA 94538
From 880, you will want to exit Stevenson Blvd and head east bound towards Lake Elizabeth. Then turn right on Paseo Padre Pkwy and continue until you see Aqua Adventure on the left. From 680, you will want to exit Washington Blvd and head east bound towards the hills. Make a left onto Paseo Padre Pkwy and continue for 1-2 miles until you see Aqua Adventure on your right.
From 680, you will want to exit Washington Blvd and head east bound towards the hills. Make a left onto Paseo Padre Pkwy and continue for 1-2 miles until you see Aqua Adventure on your right.
Do I have to pay to enter if I’m not swimming?
Yes. There is a spectator fee of $11.99 for all guests who do not want to enter the water. You will be charged full rate ($19.99) upon entering the park and given a wristband. In order to receive your $8 refund at the end of the day, you must return to the ticket window and have your wristband still on your wrist. If you enter the water at any point during the day with a spectator wristband, a Lifeguard will cut off your wristband you will forfeit your $8 refund. Spectator admission is NOT available on Saturdays.
Are there any discounts?
There is a military discount of $13.99 and a senior rate discount of $11.99. We also have discount coupons at various local businesses. Please check pricing page for current partners. All discounts and coupons must be presented at the time of purchase.
Are there group rates?
If you are attending the park with a group of 15 or more, you can receive the group rate of $13.99. Online orders must be made at least three days in advance through our website. “Day of” group purchases of 15 or more can still be made, however; all of the guests must be present and enter the park at the same time.
What is the price of daily admissions?
There are different prices for resident and non-resident guests. If you are a resident of Fremont, the rate is $18.99 for a general admission and $13.99 for a junior admission (under 48 inches). If you are not a resident of Fremont, the rate is $19.99 for a general admission and $14.99 for a junior admission (under 48 inches). A child three and under will be $3 and will include a swim diaper.
Can I leave and re-enter?
Yes. You will be given a wristband or stamp at the gate upon leaving. You may exit and reenter as many times as you would like
during that day.
Is there shade?
Yes, there are a limited amount of public shade structures available on a first come first serve basis. These structures are for general public and cannot be reserved or held by one group. The park has shade cabanas available for rent – please see the “Cabana Rentals: tab on this website. You may bring in your own pop up personal shade, but it must be able to be weighed down by having a floor or side weight pockets. Pop-up shade must be soft/flexible framed and no larger than 4’ tall and 6’ wide. For safety reasons pop-ups cannot be anchored or staked to the grass and cannot contain any metal framing. Staff has the right to limit where pop-ups may be used.
Where do I park? How much does it cost?
We have a large parking lot and it is free of cost. During the rare occurrence, that our parking lot is full, there are additional parking lots at Lake Elizabeth just a short walk away.
Can I bring an inflatable? Life jacket?
A limited supply of Coast Guard approved Lifejackets are available at the park free of charge, or you may bring your own Coast Guard approved Life Jacket. For safety reasons, we do not allow you to bring your own tubes, rafts or children’s water wings. Aqua Adventure does have a limited supply of tubes available for rent. You may bring in smaller toddler floats or purchase them from the gift shop, but an adult must be holding onto the float at all times.
Can I bring in my own food and drinks?
We do allow plastic water bottles, but no other outside food, beverages, or glass containers are allowed inside the park.
Can I bring in food? Cake?
Outside food or drinks are not allowed inside of the park. However, parents can bring in baby food for infants. Cake is not allowed either unless you have booked an Aqua Bash or Wave Birthday Party. In that case, we will arrange for the cake (Quarter Sheet or less) to be stored and served at the appropriate time. We CAN NOT store ice cream cakes.
Guests with Disabilities
If you (or someone you are responsible for) have a particular disability or special need, we encourage you to contact the Park and speak with a guest service associate at least 48 hours in advance of your visit to better assist us in preparing for your visit. If you have a group of disabled persons, a week’s advance notice would greatly help us to better serve you.
Are there lockers for rent?
You can rent a locker at the Sun Shop for a $4 fee plus a $11 deposit ($15 total). You will get $11 back at the end of the day when you return the key.
Do I need a tube for the slides?
You do not need a tube for the slides, there are two body slides. If you would like to use a tube, we provide free usage of double tubes (for the slides only). Additionally, there are single tubes for rent in the Sun Shop for $3.00 that can be used on the slides as well as in the Lazy River and Oasis Pool.
What are the prices for a Season Pass?
$74.99/each for Fremont residents
$79.99/each for non-residents
$69.99/each when purchasing 4 or more
Food & Beverage
The Park has a wide assortment of foods and beverages available, including bottled water. Contact the Park if you desire more specific information not available on these web pages.
To our guests with food sensitivities, allergies or special dietary needs: Our food outlets prepare and serve products sourced from third parties, which contain peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, eggs, milk, soy and gluten. Regular kitchen operations involve shared cooking and preparation areas, and food variations may occur to differences in suppliers, ingredient, substations, recipe revisions, and /or preparation at the parks. As such, we regret to inform you that THE PARK CANNOT, AND DOES NOT, MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR GUARANTIES WHATSOEVER REGARDING THE ALLERGY-FREE CONTENTS OF ANY FOODS OR BEVERAGES, OR THE SAFETY THEREOF (ESPECIALLY WITH REGARD TO ANY ALLERGIES).
In any event, guests may bring personal foods into the park, to the extent that they are medically necessary (e.g., for diabetics, baby formula for infants, gluten-free foods, or allergy-safe foods for allergies).
For more group information please call Dilks at (510) 790-5529