Who doesn’t love spending a day at the water park surrounded by tall slides, wave pools, and lazy rivers? Indiana is stock full of outdoor & indoor water parks that provide year round fun for the whole family. Do you want to take a thrill ride on the world’s longest water coaster? Check. Do you want a pirate themed indoor water park? Check. Do you want a more laid back water park experience? Check. Keep reading for the complete list of outdoor & indoor water parks in Indiana!
Ahoy, Matey! At Big Splash Adventure in French Lick, guests can enjoy the tropics year round. This 40,000 square foot indoor water park and hotel is simply incredible. It is headlined by Buccaneer Bay; a three story children’s play zone with ten platforms and nearly 50 interactive play features that keeps all hands on deck. Pirates must then be prepared to slide down into a large bowl on Silverbeard’s Revenge. Continue onto Scallywag Scuttle, Pirate’s Plunder, Splish Splash Pool, Lost Treasure Lagoon, Jolly Roger Jetty, and Lost River for the full experience. Yeah, this water park is a true treasure.
Inside of Brown County State Park, you will find the second indoor water park in Indiana! The Abe Martin Lodge boasts a 12,000 foot water park facility that makes your stay complete. You will find a zero entry pool, water basketball court, water volleyball court, whirlpool with a waterfall, and slides! After your swim, you can enjoy breath-taking nature through hiking trails, bike trails, bridle trails, and a saddle barn at the state park.
Located at Holiday World, Splashin’ Safari is a world class water park! Trip Advisor and USA Today have voted it as #1 in the Midwest repeatedly. You will also find the world’s longest water coaster (Mammoth) and the #1 water park ride in the world (Wildebeest)!
The Waterpark is fun for the whole family! Surf the waves on the FlowRider, scale the wall of the AquaClimb or enjoy your own private cabana in style at the Monon Community Center. You will also find two adventure slides, a plunge slide, lazy river, kiddie pool and tot slide, lap pool, and more!
This water park is one of the largest in the whole midwest. With a STORM ride complex, lazy river, wave pool, cannon bowl rides, paddles play zone, and a KRAKEN 6-lane slide racer, what else could you need for a hot summer day?
Surfs up, dude! Splash House boasts the highest surfable wave in Indiana in its amazing wave pool. The exhilarating water slides and tranquil lazy river also make it a must-visit.
Let Freedom (Sp)ring! Who wouldn’t want to spend a summer day surrounded by tall water slides, a lazy river, and relaxing cabanas? Freedom Springs Water Park even has a fun “island” that functions as a stage for live music performances and other outdoor events!
Splash Island is great for all ages! Memories are sure to be made with their three water slides, interactive play areas, water jets, ropes, guns, gentle lazy river, lily pad crossing, two pulsating vortexes, and more. Just wanting to swim or take a few dives? The park features a six lane competition pool with an attached diving well featuring two 1-meter springboards.
Big Splash Adventure French Lick allows you to experience the tropics indoors, but Tropicanoe Cove lets you taste it outdoors! Located in Lafayette, it is the perfect blend of Hoosier Hospitality and the pleasure of a watery paradise. From the spiraling Banana Peel tube slide to the leisurely Cattail Crik, you will feel as if you are on the beach!
You will find an enjoyable aquatic center inside of Indiana’s newest state park. A 30-foot tube slide, body flume, lazy river float area, adventure channel, zero-entry pool with play features, and aquatic activity area with water basketball highlight the water park. During your visit, be sure to check out all of the cool history of Prophetstown State Park.
Indiana Beach Amusement and Water Park is located along the picturesque shores of beautiful Lake Shafer. You will find 6 of the Midwest’s largest and wildest water slides, a splash fun-zone full of fountains, the Big Flush water coaster, and action river for relaxation. Don’t forget that you can lay on the beach and enjoy the lake!
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