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Roaring Springs Waterpark Expands

The Idaho water park completed the first phase of its 10-15-year expansion plan

By Amanda Christensen

Located in Meridian, Idaho, Roaring Springs Waterpark completed the first phase of its 10-15-year expansion plan, slated to increase the property in size by 40%—making it one of the largest water parks in the U.S. The first phase includes the addition of attractions like Camp IdaH20—a giant interactive water playground featuring a 650-gallon tipping bucket, seven slides, 100 play features, and more—Class 5 Canyon, Critter Crossing, Geyser Grill & Bar, 16 new cabanas, more parking, and other amenities.

IdaH20 water park at Roaring Springs Waterpark. August 28, 2023
IdaH20 water park at Roaring Springs Waterpark || Courtesy of Roaring Springs Waterpark

Roaring Springs offers discounts for groups of 15 or more, reaching capacities of groups 500-plus. Group packages include a full-day water park admission, access to the ropes course, bumper cars, the laser maze, go-karts, miniature golf, bowling, and more. Large groups can also reserve cabanas with the help of a group event coordinator and can include catered meals, chaise lounges, dining tables, and more.

Want to make it even more memorable for your group? Roaring Springs also offers an after-hours party option for up to 1,500 event-goers. The party would run from 8-11 p.m. and would give attendees exclusive access to the water park outside normal hours. Over the next decade or so, the expansion plan will feature additional water rides and activities, additional parking, a new UV filtration system to help maintain the water park’s standards for water cleanliness and safety, and more for groups to enjoy.