Wild Waves is Puget Sound’s water and theme park with over 60 rides, slides and attractions. You can fly, ride, spin, coast and splash all in one place in one day! And in 2012, there are new rides and attractions!

Downhill Tube’n is a new and innovative way to experience snow tubing without having to drive to the mountains! This no water, no snow downhill tube system takes you on a thrilling downhill run! Guests can ride solo or in pairs on specially designed flat bottomed inner tubes. This is a family ride, so kids, bring your parents! The Downhill Tube’n experience is included with your admission ticket. Now you can tube all year round!

The Soaring Eagle Zip Line is a 700 foot two way thrill ride with a two-seated cart so you can ride solo or double. This ride is an extra fee of $10/person, but 2012 Season Pass holders receive a FREE ride coupon in their bonus coupon books! Just another reason to become a Wild Waves Season Pass holder!

Season Passes are available online HERE. When you purchase a Season Pass, not only do you get unlimited access to the Wild Waves theme park all summer long, but the water park, too! You’ll get free tickets for your family or friends to use on select days, plus a coupon book with over $300 in park savings! Plus, Season Pass holders get free admission to October’s Fright Fest and the Holiday With Lights in 2012. And through Sunday, June 3, you can purchase your Season Pass for only $84.99. But hurry, prices go up on June 4.

Added attractions this summer include the Sea Lion Show and High Dive Show. The Wild Waves Theme Park 2012 season is here, come out and enjoy the park with your friends and family! Open from 10:00am – 6:00pm on Saturdays and Sundays, rides only, until May 26. The Wild Waves Water Park opens Saturday, May 26. For a complete schedule, click HERE. Create goWILD moments that last a lifetime!

For Season Passes, directions and more information, go online to http://www.wildwaves.com.

Wild Waves Theme Park is located at:
36201 Enchanted Pkwy S
Federal Way, WA 98003