Looking for a way to cool down or want a day packed full of fun this summer? Well if you are in Washington, or plan to visit, below are the top water parks to visit! From thrilling slides, fun wave pools, or float through a lazy river, these parks have something fun for each member in the family!
Make sure to grab your floaties, sunscreen, and flip flops and head out to one of these epic water parks in Washington!
Epic Water Parks in Washington State
Wild Waves & Enchanted Village, Federal Way
This water park has a slide for every age group! You can hop on body slides, or tubes, leisure swim, and more. They have a giant three story tree house that is full of interactive activities that kids love! As well as a lounge pool if you want to relax a bit. To make this even more fun, it is attached to an amusement park! So after you went swimming for awhile you can then hop on some exciting roller coasters, and other classic rides!
Birch Bay Waterslides, Blaine
The Birch Bay Waterslides have some thrill seeking slides for those who live on the wild side. It also has a nice lounge pool for those who prefer to just relax more in the water or by it.
Splash Down, Spokane Valley
Splash Down is one fun water park, it has a fun area for kids, Petey’s lil’ Puffer Fish Lagoon, has three pools an four slides. You can buy water toys for your kids to play with. They also have water wars, where you can team up and get water balloons and battle it out! Fun slides, tubes and so much more!
Surf ‘n Slide, Moses Lake
Another wonderful family friendly stop! Kids under the age of 4 get free admission, and the prices are reasonable. They offer activities for all ages, including a lazy river.
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Gail and Carolyn Shaw Aquatic Center, Chehalis
A seasonal outdoor water park that has lots of fun activities for everyone. They offer slides, a huge pool to swim and play in, and fun water toys for kids, including a giant mushroom!
Slidewaters, Lake Chelan
Hot tubs, tube blasters, and rides for beginners. This place has it all! Great variety of activities and slides for all ages. The Purple Haze is a completely enclosed, pitch black slide. it is over 400 feet of twist and turns for the thrill seekers. It is a very popular slide, and worth trying if you go.
Slide ‘n Splash Indoor Mini Water Park Seattle South, Federal Way
If the weather doesn’t cooperate, feel free to head to an indoor mini water park. This is a thirty-five hundred square foot indoor park. They have two water slides and a nice size pool. You can also take advantage of their ten person hot tub to relax.
Henry Moses Aquatic Center, Renton
Another family friendly option, that has features for all ages. They have a really nice leisure pool for those who enjoy lounging. Water slides that are twenty-six foot tall, lazy river, island lagoons, interactive activities for toddlers and more.
Northside Aquatics Center, Colbert
This is a really fun place. They offer swim nights for the family, and even swim and a movie at select times. During the day you can dive off diving boards, swim laps, takes kids to the kiddie area for water buckets and jets, and more. They even offer aquatic classes and swim lessons.
Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound
This is an indoor water park that is attached to the Great Wolf Lodge hotel. This is for families, you can rent a room and then stay and play for hours. They have a swim area and other really fun activities for you to take part in. You can in their hot springs, go down some slippery fast slides, check out the cub paw area for little kids and so much more. You could spend a whole weekend here and still have more things you want to do!
I hope this list helps you to find a fun spot to spend some time this summer! Or if you are feeling lucky, you might decide to hit up a few of these! Happy swimming!
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I didn’t realize that we had so many water parks in Washington! My first job was actually at Wild Waves Theme Park lol so I have a lot of fun memories at that water park!
Revel and Glitter says
Yay! We have been to many of these…the Renton center is on our summer bucket list!
Astrid Vinje says
What a great list! I used to go to Splashdown when I was a kid. We’re in Seattle now, and I’ve got kiddos of my own, so I’ll be checking out some of these nearby waterparks this summer.
No way! I only thought we had two! 🙂 This is good to know.
I had no idea there were so many water parks in Washington! I drive past Wild Waves a lot and have always thought about stopping in one day, but just never have. Thanks for this great list!