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Top 10 water parks in the United States

Top 10 water parks in the United States

The best water parks in the US were chosen after a survey of sun and fun experts from the newspaper USA TODAY The vote among the readers of the American newspaper. The list includes entertainment complexes scattered in many parts of the country, beyond the traditional Orlando. There are excellent options to take advantage of on your next trip to Uncle Sam’s Land. Check out the tips and ranking!

The best water parks in the United States

Below check out the best water parks in the city and state where they are located.

10. Universal’s Volcano Bay – Orlando, Florida

Whether you are looking for excitement or just relaxation, Universal’s Volcano Bay is able to combine the two! This water park in Orlando Tropical-themed full of nature and spinning around a giant volcano in the pool, a water park postcard.

9. Cowabunga Bay – Las Vegas, Nevada

Cowabunga Bay is the best place to relax Las vigas. The site offers 230,000 square meters of fun, with more than 20 water slides, a swimming pool and attractions. Highlights include Wild Surf, with the world’s largest artificial wave, and Point Panic, an enclosed, dark waterslide not for the faint of heart.

8. Cedar Point Shores – Sandusky, Ohio

Cedar Point Ohio, popular in the US, opened its new water park, Cedar Point Shores, in 2017. Since then, it’s been possible to enjoy attractions for the whole family, with water slides for kids at Lakeslide Landing or a capsule waterslide for adventure..

7. Dollywood Splash Country – Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Dolly’s Smoky Mountain Oasis offers over 23 water slides and thrill rides for all ages. Younger guests enjoy interactive play at places like the Cascades, a lagoon pool, and secret slides that complement the fun discovery. Those who prefer thrills will enjoy RiverRush, a roller coaster that has plenty of drops, twists and turns.

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6. Splashin Safari – Santa Claus, Indiana

It may be in the place named after the land of Santa Claus, but Splashin’ Safari has nothing to do with the North Pole. There are many attractions to refresh guests in the summer heat. Among them is Mammot, a water rollercoaster that promises to entertain families in a six-person boat.

5. Adventure Island – Tampa, Florida

Adventure Island is a water park located in Tampa, across from Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, and is another popular theme park for those visiting Orlando. The water complex offers a very impressive space with many attractions, as well as restaurants and tours.

4. Hurricane Harbor – Jackson Township, New Jersey

Hurricane Harbor, midway between New York and Philadelphia, is part of the Six Flags group of water parks in the United States. It has more than 10 attractions, from a huge wave pool and lazy river to a 22-meter-high waterslide for children. There are food outlets serving dishes such as hamburgers, sandwiches, pastries, beer and other cold drinks.

3. Water Country USA – Williamsburg, Virginia

Water Country USA is Virginia’s largest water park. It offers live entertainment, shopping, dining, water tours, and other family-friendly attractions, all with a 1950s or 1960s surf-themed theme. Little ones will enjoy colorful oases such as the Critter Corral and the interactive water playground.

2. The Lost Island – Waterloo, Iowa

Lost Island is a family friendly water park that offers plenty of fun for visitors of all ages. There are exciting water slides, including one of the world’s only magnetic water roller coasters, plus kids’ pools, mini golf, go-karts, and more. The season runs from May through September, so check the calendar for available dates.

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1. Aquatica – Orlando, Florida

First on the list is Aquatica Orlando, SeaWorld’s most popular water park, which attracts 1.5 million visitors a year, seamlessly incorporating marine life into the games. Among the attractions is the Dolphin Plunge, an enclosed waterslide that runs through a group of playful dolphins. It is also possible to take a tour along the Loggerhead Trail, passing colorful exotic fish.


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