Provo Water Park Left Off Seven Peaks Pass of All Passes!

Note: Classic Fun Center is not associated with Seven Peaks or on the Pass of All Passes. Classic offers its own Summer Pass, see post.

Utah County residents looking for fun this Summer just lost an option. As reported by Genelle Pugmire in the Daily Herald, "Residents who have depended on the Seven Peaks Water Resort in Provo for cheap summer fun through the Pass of All Passes are most likely going to have to look elsewhere to cool down this year." 

The Pass of All Passes was unavailable to prospective pass-holders until just recently. For months, customers had been asking when the pass would become available again for purchase. Rumors started forming when Seven Peaks removed their Provo water park from the list of attractions included on the Pass of All Passes. No clear answer was apparent until Seven Peaks made this announcement on March 29th, regarding the future of the Provo water park and its exclusion from the pass.

The Provo water park has been an important venue in Utah County for decades. We hope the park can find a way to open again and serve Utah County's need for outdoor water fun. 

What options remain for family Summer fun in Utah County?

Classic Fun Center Just launched their Summer Passes for 2018!

Classic offers a unique Family Summer Pass (priced under $100 for the whole family, all Summer!), which covers unlimited roller skating, bouncing on inflatables, climbing in a giant play port, and laser tag! Not to mention, the pass grants you 20% off concessions, arcade tokens, birthday parties, and more!

Classic Fun Center's Summer Pass Season runs from June 1st - September 30th. You can get your Summer Pass for a major discount before May 1st, here:

We are not affiliated with Seven Peaks or The Pass of All Passes. We ARE affiliated with Classic Fun Center in Orem.