The Wild Water West is the largest waterpark in the state! Relax at the wave pool, play paintball, race at the Go karts or try your hand at miniature golf- the place is sure to appeal to any age group.
The Sand Volleyball, Bumper Boat lagoon with water cannons and the highlight of the place- a 55-foot tube slide (simply known as the Tornado), offer a thrilling time for fun hearted visitors. Don’t forget to polish your skills at the batting cages equipped with pitching machines!
Wild Water West Travel Tips
- Carry a change of clothes, a swimsuit and towel with you.
Entrance Ticket Details For Wild Water West
Daily Tickets (from 11.00 am – 8.00 pm):
- 48” & Taller: USD 24.95 + tax
- Under 48” & Seniors 60+: USD 14.95 + tax
- Under 24 months of age: Free
Evening tickets: (from 4.00 pm – 8.00 pm)
- 48” & Taller: USD 14.95 + tax
- Under 48” & Seniors 60+: USD 7.95 + tax
- Under 24 months of age: Free
Wild Water West Hours
Special Park Hours :
- (August 21 – August 25) and (August 28 – September 1) : Open daily 4.00 pm – 8.00 pm
For change in timings, visit the official website.
How to Reach Wild Water West
- By Taxi
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22.3% of people who visit Sioux Falls include Wild Water West in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
91.67% of people start their Wild Water West visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 5 Hrs to see Wild Water West
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Wild Water West
Wild Water West Reviews & Ratings
We loved it. Get here early to make sure you get a good spot. We shared a large pizza for lunch and able to take the rest home. Kids had fun and I loved going down the slides. Bumper boats were hit or miss on what one was a good one.
On the one hand, it's a water park and I love water parks. It was also only $5 to get in on a late Friday night. The lines weren't insane for the amount of people and cheap prices. On the other hand, there's a LOT of negatives... The first being...there's only one set of slides. The drop slides were pretty cool, but the lines for for tube based rides were insane. Speaking of tubes and lines, the people at the end of the rides would constantly just "keep" their tube, instead of handing it to someone in line waiting to go. Lack of staff directing people to have decency was disappointing. Speaking of lack of decency, you can have food and booze in the Wave Pool? What?! That's so disgusting and trashy, but I guess it's allowed here... All but one of the batting cages were broken the day we went. I mean, if you're looking for a water park, Sioux falls has one... That's about all the positive I can say.
Classic amusement park. Loved it!! Everything is included once you get in and all in Pretty good shape. Go carts, water slides, lazy river, swim up bar, mini golf. Such a nice variety.
When you look at just the water rides and pools it's not the greatest water park out there but when you factor in you get to go play in the batting cages, ride go karts, bumper boats, and mini golf all for your admission it really is worthwhile. Wow! There is so much to do here beside play in the water. Go carts are a huge hit with our family. I gave it an excellent rating because of the level of fun we had. The park could sure use some upkeep.
Kids loved it! We visited here as the halfway stop between St. Paul and The Black Hills. It was a great put stop. Fun slides and a great lazy river. The mini golf course is kind of terrible, but everything else was fun!