Soak City, formerly known as White Water Canyon, was refurbished in 1999 and now pays tribute to San Diego's beach towns. The hottest addition is the Coronado Express, a wild raft adventure offering cascading rides down a giant "half-pipe" flume. La Jolla Falls offers four high-speed slides, and other popular rides include Palisades Plunge and Solana Stormwatch Tower's slides. At Imperial Run, you'll find six body slides, including half-pipes and enclosed tubes. Some rides have a 46"-48" height requirement. Gremmie Lagoon, the children's pool and activity area, offers a little obstacle course, in which kids traverse the four-foot-deep pool with the aid of ropes and plastic foam lily pads. Tyke's Trough, for the smallest members of the family, includes a decent-sized wading pool with six gentle slides. Families congregate at Sparkletts Sunset River, where less adventurous water lovers prefer lazy floating in an inner tube. Or experience a little more excitement in the surf of the Balboa Bay wave pool. Dick's Beach House, popular with the pre-teen crowd, features a four-story structure, topped with a large bucket that fills, then spills, every 10 minutes or so. Kids also get a kick out of the water cannons, buckets, and climbing nets. Soak City does not allow outside food, but you can grab a bite at Surf Daddy's Pizza, Casa Ortega for Mexican food, or Montgomery Inn Barbeque, which offers ribs, hot dogs, hamburgers, and ice cream. Proper swimwear is required. Guests who enter wearing long pants, denim, swimwear with rivets, buckles, and metal or plastic ornamentation will not be permitted in the pools or activity areas. Flotation devices, lounges, barbecues, glass containers and related items are not allowed inside. Men's and women's changing rooms are provided, and lockers are available for a nominal fee. Tubes are provided at all attractions where required. Life vests are provided at no charge.