Kalahari Resort's Waterpark
- Sandusky, Ohio
America's Largest Indoor Waterpark offers something for everyone! Stand up surf
or boogie board 365 days a year on one of two FlowRiders® where 50,000 gallons
of water each minute flow under you to create a five-foot ocean-like wave! Catch
some rays under the Texlon transparent roof while enjoying the 12,000 sq. ft.
wavepool! Experience the thrill of the Swahili Swirl 60' diameter bowl raft
ride, Zip Coaster uphill water rollercoaster waterslide, Cheetah Race 4 lane mat
slides, Rippling Rhino and Victoria Falls raft rides, lazy river, indoor/outdoor
spas, swim up bar and MUCH more!
Waterpark - Wisconsin Dells
One of Wisconsin Dells' mega waterpark resorts, the original Kalahari features a
cavernous indoor water park that includes all kinds of watery diversions such as
one of the industry's first indoor water coasters. And there are plenty of other
things to do, including a 10-screen movie theater, a day spa, fitness center,
arcade, and a host of daily kids activities such as karaoke, scavenger hunts,
and live animal encounters.
Lodge's 3 Waterparks - Wisconsin Dells
Giving new meaning to the term “year-round family resort,” Great Wolf Lodge
defies the weather outside with an indoor waterpark experience that has young
and old soaking in the fun! Whether it's 10 degrees below or raining cats and
dogs, it's always a balmy 84 degrees inside the resort's mammoth, 100,000
square-foot indoor waterpark. Its three indoor waterparks, Bear Track Landing,
Spirit Island and Treehouse Island put the emphasis on fun with 19 waterslides,
six pools and a four-story treehouse waterfort. The state-of-the-art facility
utilizes nearly 300,000 gallons of water that is splashed, sprayed, waved and
played in by both kids and parents alike.
4. Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark
Boyne Falls, Michigan
Quench your thirst for BIG family fun at Avalanche Bay, Michigan's LARGEST
indoor waterpark and voted BEST by the readers of The Detroit News! This 88,000
square foot aquatic playground offers a complete sensory experience for all
ages. Austrian streetscapes, avalanche rumblings and Boyne memorabilia is
incorporated into an elaborate and expansive series of falls, tubes, waves and
pools. It is phenomenal. The interior detailing will is executed to a level
never before seen in any waterpark in the nation.
5. Chula Vista Resort's Lost Rios
Indoor Waterpark - Wisconsin Dells
Lost Rios Indoor Waterpark has something for everyone. Race each other on the
Matador Mat Racers or hang out in Mount Montezuma's giant rain forest. You may
get sprayed while floating along Rio Rapido action river, but you can have tons
of dry fun in the new huge mega arcade, Pesos O' Plenty. And if you get hungry,
you won't even have to leave the waterpark. Crash Landings snack bar has all
kinds of tempting treats including, pizza, burgers and wraps. Don't be afraid to
get lost in all the fun at Lost Rios Indoor Waterpark.
- Sandusky, Ohio
Originally the Great Bear Lodge this was Ohio's original indoor waterpark and it
also remains one of the best kept with great fun inside.
Great Wolf Lodge's Indoor Waterpark - Scotrun, Pennsylvania
8. Splash Lagoon - Erie,
Located just 90 miles north of Pittsburgh in Erie, Pennsylvania, the Splash
Lagoon resort complex includes Splash Lagoon Indoor Water Park, Laser Tag Arena
and Arcade, and several hotel properties connected to the water park. The indoor
water park features the latest and greatest rides in the water park industry,
set in a South Sea Island atmosphere with palm trees, tropical plants, and
Water Park of America
Adjacent to the Mall of America and soaring 90 feet above the Twin Cities'
skyline, Water Park of America entertains both the young and young at heart.
Surf on Minnesota's only Flow Rider Surf Simulator, catch a wave in the Lake
Superior wave pool or challenge your fears in America's longest indoor family
raft ride at ten stories tall and over a mile long! The Water Park of America
offers a spa, two restaurants, 5,800 sq ft arcade, cafe, wireless internet and
much more await you.
10. KeyLime Cove's Indoor Waterpark -
KeyLime Cove Water Resort is so much fun, the rest of the world's water is
jealous! The first thing you’ll notice about KeyLime Cove's massive 65,000
square foot indoor waterpark is what's missing – the long lines and giant crowds
you'll find at most other waterparks. KeyLime Cove indoor waterpark paradise,
located less than 1 hour from downtown Chicago, is exclusively for our favorite
people – guests of KeyLime Cove Water Resort. You can't buy a ticket for our
waterpark. That's because admission to our indoor water park is completely free
when you stay with us. Unlimited splashtastic rides and unlimited splash-tacular
fun is what you'll find at KeyLime Cove Water Resort.