Water Parks in the USA

Find the most popular water parks in the USA from all top destinations. There's 279 water parks in various cities of United States. The major states in the USA with top water parks are Florida, Texas, California, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. And the major cities are Orlando, Wisconsin Dells, Hershey, San Diego and Williamsburg.

Summers may be hot but it’s also the best time to explore your inner kid and spend the entire time in water parks. Across the USA, there are numerous parks that will provide satisfaction for the thrill-seekers and fun and entertainment for those who are simply looking for a way to beat the summer heat. Whatever your type of water ride is, there is always a water park in the USA that will give you that.

So, where should you be headed? The largest water park in the country is Noah’s Ark in Wisconsin Dells with around 51 slides, two wave pools and so much more. Another must-visit is the Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark, which is home to the tallest water slide in the world. Other places to visit are the Palmetto and Palm Water Parks, Silver Rapids Indoor Water Park, White Water Park, Water Country USA, Raging Waters San Dimas, Dollywood’s Splash Country and many more.


USA States with Water Parks

The water parks of United States are listed in the following 48 states. Click on a state bellow to find water parks of that specific state.


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