Best Water Parks in the USA
1- Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari
Holiday World & Safari is a combination water and theme park, located near Interstate 64 in Santa Claus, Indiana, United States.
Holiday World & Splashin’ safaris is a family-owned water park and theme park located in Santa Claus, Indiana. Holiday World is the home of Thunderbird, America’s only launched wing-roller coaster. It celebrates Christmas, Halloween, and Thanksgiving with roller coasters and family rides. There are also large water parks, live entertainment, games, and attractions, as well as Santa Claus himself. Splashin Safari is a top-rated water park in America by TripAdvisor. It also features two family water slides and two wave pools. There are even water activities for kids! For more than 12 years, both parks have been named the World’s Cleanest. Guinness World Records named Mammoth the World’s Longest Water Coaster in 2016. TIME magazine also named The Voyage the #1 wooden coaster in the country in 2013. Live entertainment includes live music, high diving shows, and Santa’s Storytime. The parks provide free soft drinks, free parking, and free sunscreen.
Two world-class parks at a low price: Holiday World and Splashin’ Safari. Enjoy two to three days of family fun at the first-ever theme park in the world! Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari are known for their friendly staff and clean park. These parks are also very affordable. You can enjoy free soft drinks, sunscreen, parking, and Wi-Fi.
Thunderbird steel roller coasters take riders from 0 to 60 miles an hour in just 3.5 seconds. The loops and rolls of the Thunderbird steel roller coaster will delight riders as well as the breathtaking flight through the forest. Holiday World also features The Voyage, TIME Magazine’s #1 wooden coaster.
Splashin Safari has been ranked among the Top 3 Water Parks in the United States by TripAdvisor.com. It also features Cheetah Chase, the first water coaster to be launched anywhere in the world. The water park also features two of the longest water coasters anywhere, as well as numerous water slides for families and two wave pools. There are also water activities for kids.
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Address: 452 E Christmas Blvd, Santa Claus, IN 47579, United States
Hours: 10 am–7 pm
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2- Whale’s Tale Waterpark
Whale’s Tale Water Park, located in Lincoln (New Hampshire), United States, is a 17-acre waterpark. There are many rides for the entire family to enjoy at this park. Whale’s Tale, which has been in operation for over 25 years, was named America’s Best in Class Waterpark by Aquatics International magazine.
Whale’s Tale boasts an impressive mix of attractions and slides that will make your visit a memorable one. Whale’s Tale was voted the top waterpark by TripAdvisor in the United States for 2022. You can slide, swim and splash through this world-class waterpark. Or, you can head to Akua beach and ride our simulated surfing wave right in the middle of the White Mountains. Every weekend, the Waveside Stage hosts the Beachside Bash. Enjoy music, fun, and games while taking in stunning mountain views.
For more than 30 years, the White Mountains’ Whale’s Tale Waterpark has been thrilling visitors for over 30 years. This group is a partnership with Alpine Adventures, our sister company. Whale’s Tale is a New England waterpark that has been awarded multiple times. Our family-friendly waterpark is the best choice for a day full of family fun. We offer everything you need, from value to attractions to location. From start to finish, we provide a better experience.
Address: 481 Daniel Webster Hwy, Lincoln, NH 03251, United States
Reviews from the web – 4.6/5
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3- Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark
Enjoy the sunshine shining through the largest texton roof in Pennsylvania at America’s #1 Indoor Waterpark. It offers everything you could want in an indoor waterpark: wild slides, rides for kids, cozy cabanas, and much more. Camelbeach is Pennsylvania’s largest outdoor waterpark during the summer months.
WATER SLIDE & RIDES Explore 13 water slides including tube slides and body slides as well as bowl slides and bowl slides. There are also kiddie slides available for those who are looking for the smallest thrills.
POOLSIDE AMENITIES –Poolside shops and nearby restaurants make your day here in the Poconos easy. You can rest assured that the indoor waterpark is both relaxing and exciting.
INDOOR CABANAS –Rent private cabanas for more family time, a quick nap between water slides, and other special features to make you feel extra comfortable. Cabanas make the perfect birthday party venue!
The Pocono Mountains’ most exciting adventure hotel! You’ll find the ideal option for your family with 453 rooms and 16 different suite layouts. This is the perfect place to spend a weekend with your loved one or with friends and family. Aquatopia Indoor waterpark is connected to Camelback Lodge. Here you can enjoy gravity-defying, heart-pounding, and smile-inducing water rides as well as swimming pools, Flow Rider surfing, and much more. Aquatopia, a 125,000 square-foot water-Topia offers year-round excitement with a brand new Mountain Mayhem slide. This is an immersive experience that lights up all five senses. Camelback Lodge features an indoor laser tag, mega-arcade, and virtual reality experience. There is also rock climbing for hours of enjoyment. You can’t forget the excellent restaurants and bars, because adventure requires an oasis. Aquatopia season passes are on sale through the end of this year
Located in: Camelback Resort & Indoor Waterpark
Address: 193 Resort Dr, Tannersville, PA 18372, United States
Hours: 10 am–9 pm
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4- Six Flags White Water
Six Flags White Water, a water park covering 69 acres, is located in East Cobb, Georgia, northwest of Atlanta. The park was originally opened in 1984 under the name White Water Atlanta. It became part of Six Flags’ family of parks in 1999.
This amusement park is located just outside Atlanta and offers 40 rides over 40 acres. It’s great for the whole family.
Address: 250 Cobb Pkwy N, Marietta, GA 30062, United States
Hours: 11 am–7 pm
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5- Camelbeach Mountain Outdoor Waterpark
Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark, located in Tannersville in Pennsylvania, is a waterpark. It was opened in 1998 and is Camelback Mountain Resort’s summer operation. During the winter, Camelback Ski and Snowboard Area are operated from it.
Camelbeach Outdoor Waterpark is located in the Pocono Mountains and offers thrilling fun for all ages! Camelbeach has the largest waterpark in Pennsylvania, with over 37 slides, rides, and attractions. Camelbeach Waterpark is the best place to find fun things to do in Pennsylvania. Camelbeach’s waterpark will transport you to a tropical paradise whether you are looking for adrenaline thrills or just relaxing poolside. You can relax in our cozy cabanas, or enjoy the warm summer sun on one of our tranquil lounge chairs. The family waterpark offers a variety of fun activities for everyone, including Pharaoh’s Fortress, single-person waterslides, and multi-person tube slides. Camelbeach is not your average water park.
Located in: Camelback Ski Resort
Address: 309 Resort Dr, Tannersville, PA 18372, United States
HOURS – 10 AM – 6 PM Daily
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6- Boulder Beach Water Park
Large water park featuring waterslides, wave pools, lazy river rafting, waterslides, and on-site food/drink.
Sometimes, one is not enough. We have two wave pools available for you and your family. You have a difficult time choosing which one you want to play in. You are lucky because each one is just as precise and fun as the others. Boulder Beach Bay is the ideal place to unwind and take in the beauty of North Idaho. Wave pools are set at a 5-minute interval with calm water and waves so that you can get out and about quickly. The waves will follow soon after you hear the horn sound.
Silverwood, the Northwest’s biggest theme park, is located in the beautiful north Idaho panhandle just 50 minutes from Spokane. Over 200 acres of entertainment and more than 70 rides, slides, and shows make the park a great place to visit. World-class coasters, hair-raising attractions, and kiddie adventures are all available. There is also a 1915 steam engine train, award-winning live entertainment, restaurants, as well as other exciting attractions.
Boulder Beach Water Park offers two huge wave pools and thrilling water slides, including Riptide Racer, a 400-foot-long slide that stands nearly 60 feet high! There are many water features for children, as well as a lazy river. Are you feeling competitive? You and your friends can compete in the racing water slide featuring six racing lanes that run side-by-side. Two parks for one! Silverwood is open seasonally, from May to October.
7- Cedar Point Shores
Cedar Point Shores, a water park in Sandusky Ohio, is located next to Cedar Point. Cedar Fair owns and operates it.
Cedar Point Shores Waterpark offers 18 acres of family-friendly fun. Lakeside Landing is a great place for kids to have fun with its miniature slides, geysers, and fountains. Lemmy, the mythical Lake Erie monster is available to play at Lemmy’s Lagoon. You can test your bravery on Point Plummet’s four-foot drop slide. Enjoy delicious treats from Beaches & Cream. Relax in redesigned cabanas. Cedar Point Shores is the perfect place to cool off in the summer heat!
Cedar Point Shores is situated on the shores of Lake Erie and Cedar Point’s mile-long sandy beach. Cedar Point Shores was once known as Soak City. It is now an 18-acre water park.
The renovation featured three new water attractions and new food and merchandise locations. It was designed to complement the lakefront setting.
Cedar Point Shores Water Park features more than 12 thrilling water and tube slide, a large wave pool of half-million gallons, an action river, a lazy stream, and three kid areas.
Storm Surge, a family-friendly raft ride that is 76 feet tall, Breakwater Bay, with three- to four-foot surf, and Runaway Rapids (a wild river through canyons and thrilling waterfalls) are some of the most popular attractions at the waterpark. Perch Plunge features three classic serpentine slides, while Wild Walleye is an individual tube slide.
Point Plummet is a six-story tall tower that houses four 400-foot-long enclosed speed slides. Each slide has an aqua-drop pod, which sends you into near-vertical free falls when the floor below you drops. Starboard Surge and Portside Plunge have two single- or double-rider tube slides. They end with a single or twice-down drop into a pool.
Three areas for children are Waterin’ Hole and Lakeside Landing. There are plenty of other activities that will keep them entertained. Lakeside Landing features 12 water slides that are suitable for children and is surrounded by a zero-depth entry pool.
The water park received a renovated main entrance, family changing-room areas, lounge chairs, shade, landscaping improvements, and unobstructed views over Lake Erie. The poolside bar is available for adults to enjoy a refreshing drink while the kids play.
Cedar Point Shores Water Park is located adjacent to Cedar Point amusement Park, just outside of the resort entrance to Cedar Point. It is situated beside the historic Hotel Breakers.
Address: 1 Cedar Point Dr, Sandusky, OH 44870, United States
Hours: 11 am–6 pm
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8- Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, a water park, is located at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista. It is one of the two resort water parks. This is the second resort water park to open, following Disney’s River Country which closed in November 2001.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is one of two Water Parks at Walt Disney World Resort. It offers attractions for all ages, including fast waterslides and a children’s area that features tiny raft rides. You can surf Shark Reef with real sharks and catch 6-foot waves in the Surf Pool. You’ll find a tropical paradise that offers a lot of sun and fun. For thrill-seekers looking for water fun, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is the place to be. You’ll also love the wave pool, lazy river, and children’s playground!
The park’s raft rides are the first to get you going. These include solo runs at Keelhaul Falls or the more intense Mayday Falls. You can also grab a friend for the Crush ‘n Gusher, a 400-foot “watercoaster” ride.
Gang Plank Falls is a great ride for the whole family. Typhoon Lagoon’s new attraction Miss Adventure Falls, which features four people, is also available. It is one of the longest rides in any Disney water park. You don’t need a boat to have fun here. Storm Slides allow you to zip downhill quickly, while Humunga Kowabunga can send you flying at a 60-degree angle at 214 feet… in darkness!
Ketchakiddee Creek, which offers aquatic activities for children, and Bay Slides’ tiny runs, ensure that kids are not left out of the action. These two streams feed into a small, quiet corner of Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool where parents can take advantage of 6-foot swells in a deeper section. Castaway Creek, which measures 2,000 feet long, can be used by the entire family to take a stroll around the park.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon(TM), Water Park is a place where you can ride a tsunami of excitement. This tropical paradise has been transformed by an incredible storm. You can plunge the rushing rapids and experience North America’s largest wave pool, you can also enjoy a lazy river ride, sunbathe on white sandy beaches or embark on an all-new whitewater rafting adventure called Miss Adventure Falls.
Located in: Walt Disney World
Address: 1145 E Buena Vista Dr, Orlando, FL 32830, United States
Departments: Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool
Hours: 10 am–5 pm
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9- Universal’s Volcano Bay
Universal’s Volcano Bay Water Theme Park (or Volcano) is a tropical-themed waterpark at Universal Orlando Resort, Orlando, Florida. Universal Parks & Resorts owns and operates Volcano Bay, which replaced Wet ‘n’ Wild as the water park at Universal Orlando Resort. It was also the first to be constructed by Universal.
It is a water park. It’s like a theme park with lots of water. The big, red thing in the middle looks just like a volcano. You know that volcanoes can have water slides. These are the kinds of water slides that will make you want to run away if your kids or friends pressure you. If you prefer to go with the flow, there are chill options like a wave pool, winding river, and lounge chairs. It doesn’t get any chillier than this. It’s a South Seas paradise (and nothing says oasis quite like a volcano).
Water is life. Life is joy. This is Universal’s Volcano Bay(TM), Universal’s water theme park. This is the carefree attitude that the Waturi Islanders, the famed Waturi people, have lived on their Pacific island for centuries. This park allows you to live the Waturi lifestyle, where relaxation and thrills are in perfect harmony.
The South Pacific Islands’ water park is both vibrant and tranquil. Resort-like amenities and innovative menu options only add to its appeal. As you dive into island life, sip on a specialty cocktail and enjoy Polynesian delights.
Rainforest Village is full of excitement, including Kala & Tai Nui Serpentine Body Slides and Maku Puihi Round Raft Rides. Punga Racers, Taniwha Tubs — Taniwha Tubes, Taniwha Tubes — Tonga & Raki. Tewa, the Fearless River. Oh, yah & Ohno Drop Slides. You can also take a dip in Puka Uli Lagoon.
Wave Village is home to tranquility thanks to The Reef and Waturi Beach, and adventure thanks to Ko’okiri’s Body Plunge. You can then drive along with the Kopiko wai Winding River at River Village. This river offers fun for children and their families at Tot Tiki Reef and Runamukka Reef as well as excitement for thrill-seekers at Krakatau Aqua Coaster.
TapuTapu’s innovative wearable technology further benefits Universal’s Volcano Bay. You will be given a wearable at the entry that will revolutionize the way you wait in line. It must be returned at the close of the day. You can simply swipe your wristband against a totem and be given a time limit to return. Your wristband will also reveal incredible surprises in the park!
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Address: 6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819, United States
Hours: 10 am–8 pm
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10- Dollywood’s Splash Country
Dollywood’s Splash Country, a 35-acre waterpark, is located in Pigeon Forge (Tennessee), adjacent to Dollywood. The park’s central theme revolves around Dolly Parton, an entertainer who spent her childhood swimming in rivers in the Great Smoky Mountains. Dollywood’s Splash Country is open from May to September.
Dollywood’s Splash Country is the best water park in the Smokies. Now through Sept. 5, enjoy summer! Enjoy sun-drenched fun with your family as you slide down Firetower Falls or glide down the lazy river. The new Little Creek Falls splash pad is open to children of all ages. Our platinum-awarded lifeguards will ensure that you have a relaxing, stress-free summer.
You can go fast, slow, or go fast at Dollywood’s Splash Country. Adventurers can race together on TailSpin Racer. The whole family can turn and twist on Raging River Rapids. Little Creek Falls is a great place for kids to get wet. Everyone can also grab a tube and ride a wave at Mountain Waves, our huge wave pool.
Dollywood’s Splash Country has 35 acres of summertime fun, from the thrill of giant water slides to tranquility at a poolside retreat. Dollywood’s Splash County Water Adventure Park is located in the Great Smoky Mountains, just next to Dollywood. The Travel Channel named it one of the best waterparks in the country. It features a variety of water slides and attractions, from mild to wild, including TailSpin Racer, a six-lane mat-racer slide; RiverRush (TM), Tennessee’s only water coaster; The Cascades (TM), an 8,000-sq.ft. lagoon-style leisure swimming pool; Fire Tower Falls (TM), Tennessee’s tallest twin speed slides, Bear Mountain Fire Tower(TM), and Mountain Waves, 25,000-sq. The waterpark is open from mid-May through Labor Day. Hours and operating days vary. Visit Dollywood.com to find out more.