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Boomerang Bay Waterpark in Santa Clara, California

Boomerang Bay is the popular waterpark adjacent to the Great America amusement park in Santa Clara in the South Bay Area. Access to the park’s water-based rides is included in the price of admission to Great America. Boomerang Bay has a huge wave pool, tube body slides, a 4-person raft slide, a 2-person raft slide, a lazy river, and splash areas for kids of all ages. From San Francisco it is about a 1 hour drive down the 101 and it’s about a 45 minute drive from Oakland. Great America is open most days in the summer and just weekends April, May, September, and October.

Address
4701 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Phone
(408) 988-1776
URL
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