Adventure Lagoon opens later this month and we are so excited to visit! According to their Instagram account, Adventure Lagoon will have a Ninja Warrior meets Wipeout obstacle course.
If you notice, the water is super clear – and that’s because it’s made of drinking water!
The water that makes the 9 acre lake is a recharging basin that belongs to the Orange County Water District.
Because Adventure Lagoon is super new – everything had to be imported into the water park – including the giant obstacle course!
At the lagoon, you can also relax on their lounge chairs, go on a paddle board or take up kayaking! They will also have three different sizes of pedal boats so you can do that as well.
The depth of the water is max, 14 feet deep, and starts at one foot deep. Lifeguards will be on duty at all times.
And… the average temperature is only 78 degrees!
You’ll also rest easily knowing that nothing motorized or gas-driven can be on this new lagoon because of its location.
We’re sharing some tips for visiting Adventure Lagoon, including prices, what to pack and hours.
Also, please note that outside food and drinks are not allowed.
What to pack for Adventure Lagoon
- Bathing Suit
- debit/credit card or cash
- completed waiver
Adventure Lagoon Birthday Parties
You will be able to host birthday parties at Adventure Lagoon beginning August!
Prices at Adventure Lagoon
- Premium Entry – $40 (ages 6 and up, includes one obstacle course session)
- General Entry – $30 (for ages 6 and up)
- 5 & Under Entry – $5
- Obstacle Course – $15 per session
- Paddleboarding – $15 per session
- Kayaking – $15 per session
- Inner Tubes – $10 all day
- Pedal Boats – Free (for ages 5 and under)
- Party – Please call (714) 747-3459 for pricing
Adventure Lagoon address
3255 E Miraloma Ave, Anaheim, CA 92806
The entry gate is located at the south-east side of the park. The exit gate is located at the south-west side of the park.
Adventure Lagoon hours
Open 7 days a week, 9:30am – 5:30pm
Will you be visiting Adventure Lagoon when it opens?
Originally published on July 14, 2021. Last Updated on September 9, 2021 by Pattie Cordova