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Utah Valley Golden Eagles - 10 Reviews - 100 N. Seven Peaks Blvd., Provo, UT - Water Parks & Slides Reviews - Phone (801) 373-8777

Utah Valley Golden Eagles

100 N. Seven Peaks Blvd.
Provo, UT 84606
(801) 373-8777
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I loved going to Seven Peaks at least once a summer. They have some really good slides and a good wave pool. Prices aren't really too bad to get in and the lines never seemed outr...


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Not what it once was 4/4/2006

The only complaint I have about this park is that it is too busy. They need to double the size to accomidate everyone. I really enjoy the rides and activities though. The environment is great and everyone is happy. My favorite ride is the cave in. It is also a bit pricey. Kids love it though. And it will obviously be cheaper than a day at disneyland. more

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Perfect summer hang out in a college town 9/21/2005

I loved going to Seven Peaks at least once a summer. They have some really good slides and a good wave pool. Prices aren't really too bad to get in and the lines never seemed outrageous either. I'm waiting for them to get some newer and more updated rides/slides though! more

Great place to play 9/6/2005

Seven Peaks is a great place to unwind and relax. They have an incredible water park. There are many fun rides to choose from. They also have a wave generating pool, and a lazy river where you can relax in a tube. They have plenty of shade and food as well. Be sure to check it out. more

Fun way to spend a summer afternoon 9/4/2005

7 Peaks is a great way to spend a day in the sun. We went there a lot when I was young and I still enjoy the wide range of slids: from extreme to lazy there is something for everyone. The tube slides, especially the dark lights/sounds one are a lot of fun, as is the wave pool. Younger kids or less confident swimmers will enjoy the lazy river... though it does get a little boring! more

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A fun time 8/21/2005

Seven Peaks is always packed in the summer.... primarily because they have a lot of fun attractions that cater both to family and friends. The slides are great, the admission to the park isn't too expensive, and it works as a great place to hang out with friends, get a tan, and just chill. Go check it out... I'd recommend it. more

Great water park! 8/17/2005

Seven Peaks Water park is a ton of fun for all ages! There is a kiddie pool for the younger kids and huge slides for older people. There is also a wave pool and lazy river. They offer different snack bars and music playing all the time. Tubes are available to rent when you go down the slides or sit in the lazy river or wave pool. This is a great attraction to beat the summer heat. more

Ice Skating at Seven Peaks 8/17/2005

This is relatively unkown and undiscovered, but did you know that you can go ice skating at Seven Peaks Arena? Yes this is the Seven Peaks Water Park, but located next door, south of the water park is an ice skating arena built for the 2002 winter games. In the evenings Seven Peaks Ice Arena offers free skate sessions. Tickets are cheap and rentals are comparable not to exceed $5 per person per hour. more

Crowded Summer Fun 8/17/2005

Seven Peaks is a fun water park (I have never been golfing there). They have a big wave pool, lots of slides (for both older, more adventurous types and younger kids). In the past some of the big slides have been a little rough on your back as you go down, but I have heard that they have smoothed that out by now. It gets really crowded, though, so the lines get to be very long. We usually bring our own food in, but unless you rent one of their cabanas (something like $40/day) there are few tables to use. You can usually get two for one coupons in the mail, so watch for those. more

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Great little water park 8/10/2005

This is a great family attraction in Provo. This has lots of attractions, including slides, a wave pool, kiddy pools, and a lazy river. There are also plenty of places for you to get food and sit and relax. The only negative about this place is that the admission seems a little steep at $18.50 for all day or $10.50 after 4:00 PM. more

Beat the Heat! 7/14/2005

Wow! It's hot outside. Need a place to cool off? Seven Peaks is a great place for the whole family. I love the kids' splash area. I have a 4 year old who's a little afraid of the big stuff and she can spend all day in the kids' area. The water is shallow. There's a little play gym with a slide into the water and a tunnel underneath. There's lots of different "squirting" and "spraying" opportunities as well. For the little bit older group, there's some smaller water slides that my 6 year old loves. The water's a little bit deeper than the kids area, but still only 2-3 feet deep. There's also a waterfall that's fun to sit under. There are Activity Pools with ropes swings and balancing fun. There's a lazy river and fun wave pool, as well, with a beach area. There's lots of attractions for the older crowd, teens and such. But with my younger kids, I don't go to that area. There's lots of water slides: ones to ride on tubes and others just for speed. The drawbacks: Price (not cheap), parking costs, very crowded..... lots of teenagers with very little clothing. Cost: $18.50 for ages 12+ $14.50 for ages 4-11 FREE for 3 and under Parking: $4.00 + tube rentals, locker rentals, cabana rentals, pavillion rentals. more
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