Each year after the summer season is over, Wild Waves Theme Park in Federal Way gets a SPOOKTACULAR makeover and reopens for haunting Halloween thrills and chills.
Thrill seekers will navigate through the park featuring more than 25 rides in the DARK. Nightmares come to life in bone-chilling haunted houses and attractions: Chamber Of Souls is a traditional haunted house featuring blood, gore, bone chilling scares, medical mishaps, corpses, and a zombie apocalypse. This attraction is Rated PG-13 and is not suggested for the faint of heart! The 3D Playground has guests wear 3D glasses during a journey through a black light haunted funhouse. Watch out for creepy carnies and clowns! Camp Whispering Pines is a haunted trail riddled with slaughtered campers that checked in…but never checked out. Tortured camp counselors will guide you if you dare.
Little goblins want to head to Booville, a kid-friendly (age 12 & under) area featuring a craft station, carnival style games, and a nightly dance-a-long.
About Wild Waves Water & Theme Park
At over 70 acres, Wild Waves Water & Theme Park is the largest water park in the Northwest. The park has over 60 rides, slides, pools, attractions, and entertainment included with the price of admission. It’s two parks for the price of one.
Swimming pools are open daily Memorial Weekend through Labor Day.
Twice a year, during Halloween and again for Christmas, the park transforms itself for some seasonal fun.
During Halloween there are scary and haunting experiences for all ages, including bone-chilling haunted houses, haunted trails through the woods, and thrill rides in the DARK.
For Christmas, the park is ablaze with a dazzling display of lights, plus magical evening rides, falling snow, sing-alongs, and photo-ops with Santa Claus.
2017 Fright Nights at Wild Waves Theme & Water Park
When: Friday-Sunday, September 29 – October 29. Friday 5pm-9pm, Saturday 5pm-11pm, Sunday 6pm-11pm.
Where: Wild Waves Theme Park is located 25 miles south of Seattle off I-5 at 36201 Enchanted Pkwy S, Federal Way, WA 98003.
How to get discount Fright Nights tickets:
Discount tickets are available online or at selected Safeway and Albertson’s stores (PDF list). General admission (ages 8-59) at the gate is $29.99; with discount $24.99 (save $5). Military and AAA can get the discount price at the gate with valid ID. Tots 48″/under and Seniors 60+ are $13.99 at the gate, with discount $11.99 (save $2). Children 3 years old and younger are FREE.
Purchase a 2018 Season Pass now ($64.99 new, $54.99 renewal), and you can visit Fright Fest AND Holiday with Lights in 2017 FREE.
Group discount tickets are available for 12 or more people attending at the same time. Receive 1 FREE complimentary ticket for every 12 tickets purchased (ex. order 12 tickets and one (1) free ticket – the 13th ticket – will be added to your order valid on the date you specified). Group tickets available only for selected dates, must be purchased in advance, and are not available for sale at the front gate. There’s a bunch of other fine print, so read carefully before you purchase. Might be fun for a book club or reunion of some sort.