About Las Vegas


Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas

Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas is located in Southwest Las Vegas, just off I-215 on Fort Apache Road between Sunset Road and W. Warm Springs Road.

7055 S. Fort Apache Road
Las Vegas, Nevada 89148
P: (702) 830-7975


Park Overview

Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas is Nevada’s premier water park with more than 25 slides and attractions covering more than 20 acres, and a place for both thrill seekers and families alike. The park features the Tornado, a premier slide that catapults riders to a zero gravity experience; Rattler, the first slide of its kind in North America; and Constrictor, an extreme water slide featuring some of the tightest turns. Families and those desiring a more relaxing experience can enjoy Paradise Falls, the interactive children’s area with kid friendly slides and a giant dumping bucket; Colorado Cooler lazy river; and Red Rock Bay wave pool. The Zipp Zapp Zoom features the newest addition to the Park, Slideboarding, the world’s first waterslide gaming experience. Slideboarding integrates gaming, skill, and competitive sports with the thrills of a water park. Wet'n’Wild is an ideal location for all ages to beat the heat!

Management & Ownership

Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas is owned by various parties including the majority owner and day-to-day operator Village Roadshow Investment Holdings USA, Inc. which is owned by Village Roadshow Limited, internationally recognized as one of the largest and most diverse entertainment companies in the world with investment portfolios in many businesses and is Australia’s largest theme park operator with Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea World, Wet'n'Wild Gold Coast, Australian Outback Spectacular, Paradise Country, Sea World Resort, Wet'n'Wild Sydney and Village Roadshow Limited. While not formally part of the ownership structure, Kevin Orrock of The Howard Hughes Company and Clark County District F Commissioner Susan Brager were instrumental in the development of Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas. The land is being leased from The Howard Hughes Company LLC and is contiguous to a park controlled by Clark County.