Orange County’s largest water park has added seven new water slides this year offering new fun in the sun for both families and thrill seekers. Shore Break towers over seven stories and offers six different thrilling water slide experiences. Four of the slides on the 60-foot tall tower start with guests climbing inside an Aqua-Launch chamber where they wait anxiously for the floor to drop out from underneath their feet, sending them into a high-speed, almost vertical free fall through a series of flat loops and S-curves in a translucent flume. Shore Break also features dueling tube slides that zip riders through an enchanting series of drops and turns. The height requirements for Shore Break slides are 48 inches.
The Wedge slide tower is an open air family raft ride. Up to six guests at a time descend down navigating twists and turns and surprise drops. The height requirement for The Wedge is 48 inches or 42 inches when accompanied by a supervising companion.
The park now boasts a total of 22 speed, tube and body slides plus the 750,000-gallon Tidal Wave Bay wave pool; the one-third-mile long Sunset Lazy River; and the three-story Beach House, featuring 200 water guns, nozzles, sprayers and other interactive surprises. The water park also features Gremmie Lagoon, a hands-on water playground for younger kids and families. Open daily now through August 27.