Rapids Water Park, Riviera Beach, FL
The Rapids Water Park is South Florida’s premiere family park from the Keys to Orlando. The Rapids features a full day of fun for the entire family whether you make a splash in the cool blue waves, take a thrilling ride down 35 water slides, or just float around the lazy river. Rapids Water Park has 30 acres of action packed attractions, with something fun for everyone. Thrilling South Florida for over 30 Years!
Wild and Thrilling Rides
The largest water ride in Florida is at Rapids Water Park in West Palm Beach! Accelerate in a four-person tube to over 20 miles per hour and be propelled high up the walls of the Big Thunder funnel.
Take a spin in the dark inside Black Thunder’s gigantic funnel! Up to four riders may enjoy a fast ride in the pitch black darkness on the Black Thunder raft ride!
Get swept away in a flood of water as you blast through 1,000 feet of darkness. With nothing to hold onto but your swimsuit, you soar through heart-pounding drops and pulse-racing dips and curves.
Pirates Plunge is not for the faint hearted. It’s two speed slides with twists, turns, dips and a 7-story drop. It’s a splash you’ll never forget!
Twist and turn through the darkness and then burst back into the light to enjoy two sharp drops before splashdown on the Raging Rapids! Up to four riders may enjoy the fast and dark Raging Rapids raft ride!
The high-speed competition slide features six lanes allowing riders to race downhill against each other in a head-first dive to the finish line to see who had the fastest time on the scoreboard.
A tube ride that accommodates up to five people.
The “Bowl” rides are two super water slide rides, Baby Blue and Big Red, that spin… swirl… and send you plummeting into a heart stopping splash landing!
Dare to ride out the storm in this totally tubular ride. Grab a tube and travel in the dark at the speed of light before plummeting downward in 1,000 feet of tunnel. Thunder through whirlwind twists and turns before plunging into a pool for a cool landing.
Catch a wave in this 25,000 square foot wave pool with waves that can go up to 6 feet!
Challenge yourself to make it across the floating ice cubes, fruit and alligators at Criss Crossing!
Cool off in the dynamic jets of water at the Dancing Fountains!
Grab a tube and float around a quarter mile river. Journey through an aquatic rain forest, a wave channel, fountain island, shooting canons and under cascading waterfalls.
Little Splash Hill
With eight slides for all ages, Little Splash Hill is sure to thrill!
Plunge down 1600 feet of spiraling, twisting flumes. We have with four flumes to choose from.
Hold on for dear life as you attempt to climb across a chasm filled with gators and dragons! Using the net above, test your skills by trying to climb across floating swamp animals without falling into the water.
1950 Herschell Carousel
An original 1950 Herschell Carousel featuring 30 horses, refurbished and painted with Rapids’ own unique style.
Splish Splash Lagoon
Younger adventurers have an even bigger place to make a splash with three new slides, a fort, water-shooting cannons, floating swamp animals, a shipwreck and more. Perfect for the little ones and the whole family.
A wading pool for young toddlers with a tree trunk water slides and floating swamp animals to play on.
Rapids Water Park
6566 N. Military Trail
Riviera Beach, FL 33407
Directions from the South:
I-95 north to Exit #74 – former Exit #54 (45th St.)
45th St. west to Military Trail
Right on Military Trail (north) 1/2 mile
You will see the park on the right hand side
Florida Turnpike north Exit 99 (Okeechobee Blvd.)
Okeechobee Blvd. east to Military Trail
Left on Military Trail north 4 1/2 miles
You will see the park on the right hand side (1/2 mile north of 45th St.)
Directions from North:
I-95 south to Exit 76 – former Exit #55 (Blue Heron Blvd.)
Blue Heron Blvd. west to Military Trail
Left on Military Trail (south) 1/2 mile
You will see the park on the left hand side (1/2 mile south of Blue Heron
Florida Turnpike south to Exit 109 (PGA Blvd.)
PGA Blvd. east to Military Trail
Right on Military Trail (south)
You will see the park on the left hand side (1/2 mile south of Blue Heron Blvd.)