California Deserts Visitor Information

Wet ‘n’ Wild Palm Springs

Attractions include Pacific Spin with a 2-4 person raft ride, Tidal Wave Tower with 2 7-stories high gravity-defying speed slides, Sea Snake – one 50 foot dark slithering tube slide, Pipeline Point – a hill consisting of three slides, Surf Rider Rapids – a 60 ft multi-rider open rafe ride, Rip Tide Reef – a 800,000 gallon wave pool, Sunset River – 600 ft long lazy river for the whole family, Gremmie Lagoon children’s pool and activity area, Kahuna’s Beach House family funhouse with 5 wateer slides, hose jets, water curtains, a 1,000 gallon dropping bucket, tasty food options and shopping.

Adults … Save $$$ – Print your tickets at home and save $7 off regular adult ticket.

Interstate 10 Directions – Exit Palm Drive/Gene Autry Trail. Continue south for approximately 5 miles. Wet ‘n’ Wild Palm Springs is on left just past Mesquite Ave.
Highway 111/E Palm Canyon Drive Directions – Head north on Gene Autry Trail. Knott’s Soak City is on right.

1500 S Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs, CA 92264, (760) 327-0499.

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Most private parks are open with 14-day minimums. If you are a full-time RVer looking to shelter in place, a member of the traveling medical profession, or a utility worker looking for a park please call our office and we can connect you with an appropriate location.