Splash Into Dropzone Waterpark for wet and wild summer fun–‘Trip Chic’


'Trip Chic' highlights California destinations and day trips that are fun for the whole family!

Elevated view of DROPZONE grounds----Courtesy of DropZone Facebook---

California has some of the best beaches but Waterparks appeal to those who want quality recreation time in a fun and family safe controlled environment.


DROPZONE is Southwest Riverside County’s very own water amusement park that features water play areas such as slides, splash pads, water playgrounds, a lazy river, as well as areas for swimming, a wave pool and volleyball court.

There is a fast-food area called The Fill Station where you can buy burgers, hot dogs, chicken, nachos and other snacks. You can also bring your own food, but you will be required to pay a fee based on the size of your cooler.

The waterpark also offers something called Camp Zone, which is a day camp for children ages 5-12. Camp Zone includes daily swim and water safety lessons, weekly themed activities, and crafts, plus access to the full waterpark.

Other aquatics related classes you can take at DROPZONE are -Jr. Lifeguard Training, which focuses on preventing injuries and ensuring safety in and around the water, and an American Red Cross Lifeguarding training course which teaches rescue and surveillance skills, first aid, and CPR.

You can also catch a workout in the Aqua Aerobics Class if you are inclined to burn some calories while you’re at it.


The Flowrider is a wave simulator that allows riders to body board or stand-up surf on the custom Flow Boards.

The Flowrider Wave Simulator---Photo by Lashaun Turner---:

The Jet Stream River is where you can float lazily in a single or double inner tube down the propelled by a jetted water stream.

Jet Stream River----Photo by Lashaun Turner---:

Terminal Velocity Slides let you glide in free fall motion from atop the multi-colored slide.

Terminal Velocity Slides---Photo by Lashaun Turner---:

Lil’ Jumper’s Landing Activity Pool features three slides, a giant tipping bucket, and multiple sprays and cannons.

Lil Jumpers Landing---Photo by Lashaun Turner---:

Jumper’s Sandbox is where you can play volleyball.

The Volleyball Sandbox---Photo by Lashaun Turner---:

You can rent Cabanas large enough for a party of 10, with service if booked in advance.

Cabanas at DROPZONE---Photo by Lashaun Turner---:

The Experience

The Park appears clean and well maintained. Food sells out towards the end of the day, but we had some pretzels that were really good. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to experience the Terminal Velocity Slides as they were down at the time of our visit. Kids favorite seemed to be the wave simulator and overall the park was fun for both kids, and adults.

Tickets and passes can be purchased online, and I suggest you visit the website for requirements and hours of operations as they are going to a weekend only schedule starting next week. DROPZONE is located at 2165 Trumble Road in Perris, CA 92570.

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Black Political Opinion reports on political topics and news from the perspective of a Black female, conservative leaning Independent. Lashaun Turner is a Journalist and former NBC/CNBC Affiliate KCAA Broadcaster for "Cali's BEST" Radio Show airing on 102.3FM & 106.5FM from 2016-2020. Before journalism, Lashaun was in the Media & P.R field for over 13 years and interviewed an estimated 20k Celebrities and Entrepreneurs. Lashaun also produced & hosted Blaze Indie L.A TV show on LA's Channel 36 from 2014-2016"

Los Angeles, CA


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