(Photo Credit to David Stillman)
When seeing those 1 month babies happily “floating” in their specially made pool, you may understand why human, especially children are so obsessed with splashing, water slides and huge pools. One of the best parts of summer is that all the water parks are open to help you defeat the heat or create some joyful screams. Here we picked some best water parks in America. No matter you are into the crazy slides or just the coolness, there’s always one remind you of incomparable childhood fun.
1. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, Orlando, Florida
When it comes to theme park, Disney is a choice that can never go wrong. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon is located in the Disney World Resort at Orlando, Florida. It easy to consume your kid’s overloaded energy when taking them to this giant theme park resort for the summer.
(Photo Credit to Chad Sparkes)
2. Noah’s Ark, Wisconsin Dells
Noah’s Ark is the biggest water park in America. This park has 51 slides, two wave pools, and a surfing simulator, good for both thrill-seekers and those looking for family funs. One of its most popular ride-Scorpion’s tail is nearly a vertical waterslide loop. The 10 stories high, 400-feet long ride can satisfy any thrill-seekers.
(Photo by Noah's Ark Water Park)
3. Schlitterbahn Kansas City Water Park
The tallest water slide in the world-Verruckt is located in Schlitterbahn Kansas City Water Park. Verrückt means "insane" in German, which probably is the best word for this 168 feet (taller than the statue of liberty) monster.
(Picture by Schlitterhahn Kansas City)
4. Raging Waters, California
What’s better than splashing water in summer-time California? There are 3 Raging Waters theme park across California. The Aqua Rocket in Raging Waters San Dimas is the first water slides that features a new generation of hydromagnetic technology, which allows guests to experience both the rush of a roller coaster and the spills of a water slides at the same time.
(Photo Credit to @ragingwatersla)
5. Kalahari Resort
Not a fan of tanned body? Then the Kalahari Resort, which is a 125,000-square-foot indoor water park can balance your craving for water slides and fear of sun burns. And the slides are not less thrilling than those outdoor giants.
(Photo Credit to Ricky Brigante)
6. Evergreen Wings & Waves Water Park, McMinnville, Oregon
Wings & Waves in Oregon is an indoor water park that features an Evergreen 747 slide. Guests can have an unbeatable experience of barreling down from the belly of an actual 747.
(Picture by Evergreen Wings & Waves Water Park)
7. Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari, Santa Claus, Indiana
Feeling the water rides are too short? This water pack in Santa Claus has the longest water coaster in the world, certified by the Guinness World record. On the Mammoth ride, Guests get to enjoy full 3-minutes thrill and splash.
(Photo by Holiday World & Splashin' Safari)