Splash Bash Youth Group Days!
Raging Waves is excited to announce our ALL NEW discounts available for Chicagoland area youth groups for the 2019 Season! Join us for a day of fun, fellowship, and a discounted admission ticket ANY DAY during the 2019 Season. That’s right – you pick the date and we’ll provide all the Outrageous Fun!
Enjoy admission and lunch on us for ONLY $19.99 per member! This is the BEST DEAL we’ve ever offered that is valid ANY DAY during our season.
Youth Groups must register with Raging Waves in order to purchase the discounted tickets. You can also purchase discounted meal tickets on this link as well! Must have a minimum of 15 participants to qualify for the discount.
RETURNING YOUTH GROUPS: You are already registered! Just use the same user name and password as you did last year! Can’t remember your information? Please contact Ashlee Williams at email@example.com or 630-882-6575 ext. 306.
Not valid with any other coupons, promotions, deals or discounts. Tickets purchased are valid for one operating day during the 2019 season which ends 9/2/19. All tickets must be purchased online! Events during the day are subject to change or cancellation.
BEHIND THE NAME “RAGING WAVES”
Not many people know that Raging Waves is a 20-year dream of Randy Witt, one of the park’s three managing owners. The other two are Randy’s wife, Dawn, and Randy’s brother-in-law, Scott. Ever wonder how the park got the name, Raging Waves? Well, there is one specific rock in the Raging Waves plaza that tells the story. Walk up to the big park map.
The rock really isn’t that big, but inscribed are the words “The Lord on high is mightier than the many waters, yea, than the raging waves of the sea.”
The verse is Psalms 93.4.
“As owners, we believe God is indeed all powerful and He has a hand in all we do. We choose to follow Him through all the ups and downs in life and we know He will carry us through; even though the “waves” of life may be “raging” at times,” said Randy. The next time you are at Raging Waves, take a look for this rock. There is a reason that Illinois’ Largest Waterpark is still standing and operating to this day.