What does the Pass of All Passes include?

What does the Pass of All Passes include?

Sold by Seven Peaks Waterpark, the Pass of All Passes gets you unlimited entry into the Seven Peaks Waterpark in Provo, as well as the Seven Peaks Fun Center in Lehi. It also includes a slew of select athletic events at the Brigham Young University, Utah Valley University and University of Utah campuses.

How much is a Seven Peaks Pass?

Universal One-Day Pass at Seven Peaks ($24.99 Value)

Is 7 peaks still open?

For decades, Utahns spent their summer days at an amazing waterpark in Salt Lake City. It was originally called Raging Waters, then it was purchased by Seven Peaks and went by that name. At the end of the summer in 2018, the park closed its doors for good, and it now sits abandoned.

What is Seven Peaks called now?

After 30 years, Seven Peaks Water Park is no more but that does not mean there won’t be a working water park on east Center Street in Provo. On Wednesday, it was announced the park, now under new ownership, will be rebranded as Splash Summit Water Park.

Why did 7 Peaks Water Park close?

The closure was the result of Park Provo, LLC — the water park’s owner since 2016 — filing for bankruptcy. The park will now be called Blue Island Resort, but the transition has been far from smooth. This news made many local residents and Seven Peaks fans hopeful to continue their summer traditions in Provo.

What is the biggest waterpark in Utah?

Splash Summit
With 17 acres of slides and attractions, Splash Summit is Utah’s largest water park.

When did Raging Waters Open in Utah?

It opened in 1979 as “Wild Wave.” The 500,000 gallon pool was one of only three wave pools in the world. It became “Raging Waters” in 1983 when new owners invested millions, building sky high slides, a 70 foot cliff dive, the world’s first water roller coaster, hot tubs, kids pools and more.

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