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The Coolest Water Parks in the U.S.A.

Water parks top the list of the most desirable places to visit across the U.S. They evoke memories of childhood and enable people to let go of their inhibitions. A water park provides people of all ages with the opportunity to forget their cares.

For communities that aren’t fortunate enough to have their own water park, there are numerous rental facilities, such as South Florida Bounce, that can provide everything needed for a day of aquatic fun from 40 ft. water slides, bounce houses and obstacle courses to mechanical rides, interactive sports, and food machines.

Some water parks have made a definite mark for themselves over others and they include, in no particular order:

Cowabunga Bay Water Park – Draper, UT

Turn back the clock with this 1960s-themed water park featuring 12 levels of tunnels, bridges, a 1,500-gallon dump bucket, over 300 water toys from which to choose and 1,000-ft. long water slide.

Sandcastle Waterpark – Pittsburgh, PA

A former railway yard, Sandcastle Waterpark is highlighted by 15 waterslides, a waterfall, river and boardwalk, and a wave pool, along with family games and activities.

Noah’s Ark Waterpark – Wisconsin Dells, WI

Noah’s Ark Waterpark has over 50 attractions encompassing a flume ride, 4D dive-in theater, tube racer, endless river, wave pools, and 335 feet of sinuous water track that then plunges 37 feet.

Schlitterbahn Waterpark – New Braunfels, TX

The German-themed water park chain features 51 attractions including waterslides, indoor and outdoor water parks, tubing, pools, a castle with tube chutes, continuous wave boogie boarding, and an uphill water coaster.

Raging Waters – Los Angeles, CA

The water park has more than 50 rides, slides and attractions that include a water roller coaster, 18-foot-wide river ride, three twisting tunnels, two flumes with a drop of 52 feet, a seven-story vertical drop, mat races, speed slides, and water obstacle course.

Disney’s Blizzard Beach – Orlando, FL

This water park has one of the fastest and tallest free-fall body slides in the world, three inner tube waterslides, toboggan racers, and North America’s largest wave pool.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor – Jackson, NJ

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor has more than 25 thrill rides, a 60-foot-wide funnel, wave pool, lazy river, a slide with a 75-foot drop, and toboggan rides.

Silver Dollar City’s White Water – Branson, MO

Highlighted by a slide with a 240-foot drop, it also has a wave pool, lazy river, tower speed slides, mat races, rafting fall, and aqua shooters.

Wilderness at the Smokies – Sevierville, TN

The attraction has 17 waterslides, nine pools, indoor and outdoor water parks, body and slide tubes, inner tube river adventure, and wave pool.

Cedar Point Shores Waterpark – Sandusky, OH

The water park is home to geysers, fountains, slides and drops that include a water slide with a six-story drop, along with a wave pool, inner tube rafting or rapids, and mat racing.

All the Amenities

Each of the water parks offers activities and adventures for small children, places to rest and recuperate, and a myriad of dining options. Water parks are an ideal option for the young and young at heart.

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