Located in the heart of San Dimas, just off the Orange Freeway between interstates 10 and 210, is one of the biggest and most well-known water parks in the country. Raging Waters has three locations in California, but the San Dimas location is the biggest, and has a ranking of No. 3 nationally by the Travel Channel for the top United States water parks. Drop in for a wild ride down any number of slides, pools, and rafting rides. If you are the bold type, you can even take the plunge at one of the tallest slides in the country, more than seven stories high.
Frank G. Bonelli Regi
In the southern part of the city lies a peaceful little park for residents and tourists alike to enjoy. The Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park is a manmade recreation park that centers on a scenic 250-acre lake called Puddingstone Reservoir. People come here on the weekends to fish, swim, sail, and enjoy most any kind of water sports. There are also camping and picnic spots nearby for you to set up a little weekend barbeque with friends, enjoy a cold beer and brats with the boys, or just sit under a shady tree and enjoy a book or take a much needed nap.