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Legendary water parks in the USA that will give you an unforgettable experience

If you want to spend this summer unforgettable, then do not bypass the side of the water park. Edition Only in Your State has collected the most spectacular and excellent places for water adventures in the country. Make no mistake - none of these epic water parks are casual. Each of these attractions reimagines what a water park can be, offering visitors an unrivaled experience.

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Northeastern USA

DreamWorks Water Park at American Dream - East Rutherford, NJ

DreamWorks Water Park, one of the top 10 best water parks in the United States, and is part of the huge American Dream shopping and entertainment complex in East Rutherford (New Jersey).

Dubbed "North America's largest indoor water park," DreamWorks features a hydro-magnetic roller coaster, wave pool, eight-lane slide, epic wave simulator and the world's longest indoor lazy river.

Whale's Tale Waterpark - Lincoln (New Hampshire)

Whale's Tale is a classic water park located in the heart of the White Mountains in New Hampshire, and has been delighting guests for almost four decades. This favorite destination in the north-east of the country has managed to develop over time, but at the same time has retained its unique charm. Favorite water park slides and rides include Banzai Pipeline, Downpour, Harpoon Express, and Beluga Boggin, as well as the lazy river.

Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark - Big Pocono Park in Tannersville, PA

Pennsylvania's Ponoco Mountains are the state's most magnificent gems, and visitors can enjoy their splendor while enjoying incredible adventures at Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark. Guests can enjoy several waterfalls. In the meantime, thrill seekers will enjoy surfing on the FlowRider, a wave machine that simulates big waves and tides.

Hersheypark - Hershey (PA)

This Pennsylvania theme park is as historic as it is iconic. Having operated for 115 years, Hersheypark continues to amaze visitors every season. The boardwalk in the park is a must-see. This water park is filled with exciting water attractions such as Lazy River, Coastline and Wave Pool on the Shore. There is also a huge amusement park with 70 attractions, a zoo, a butterfly garden, a museum and many restaurants and eateries.

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Water Country USA - Williamsburg (Virginia)

The largest water park in the Mid Atlantic, Water Country USA is the whole world. The bright and colorful park has oases for children such as the Critter Corral and an interactive space-themed water playground. Water Country USA has plenty of opportunities for big kids (including adults), including 11 rides and the epic 75-foot Vanish Point tour. This legendary slide has a 300-foot vertical descent that will surely make your belly sink, and if conquered, you will receive a lot of respect from other park enthusiasts.

Midwest USA

Moose Mountain Falls, Grand Geneva Resort & Spa - Lake Geneva (Wisconsin)

The Grand Geneva Resort & Spa is the perfect resort for the whole family. Located on the scenic shores of Lake Geneva in Wisconsin, it has long been considered the best vacation spot in the Midwest. Moose Mountain Falls, Timber Ridge Lodge's outdoor water park is another attraction. The water park has 35 feet (10 m) high, 300 feet (91 m) long slides and a 500 feet (150 m) river. This indoor water park costs 86 degrees (30 C) heat all year round, regardless of what happens to the weather outside in Wisconsin.

Noah's Ark - Wisconsin Dells (Wisconsin)

Noah's Ark, known as America's Largest Water Park, was founded in 1979 and is located on 70 acres (28 hectares) in Wisconsin Dells, which has more water parks per capita than anywhere else on the planet. True to its name, this water park has epic, biblical proportions. The brand new RAJA is the largest King Cobra ride in the world. Riders race side-by-side on tubes that rise six stories high over 335 feet (102 m) of turns at speeds up to 32 miles (51 km) per hour. The ride concludes with an impressive dive right into the jaws of a massive king cobra. This record-breaking attraction opened in August 2021 and will be a real attraction for any adrenaline junkie.

Cedar Point Shores - Sandusky (OH)

Cedar Point Shores is one of the best amusement parks in the country with 72 attractions, including 18 world-class roller coasters. Cedar Point Shores Waterpark, a new version of the former Soak City, boasts an equally stellar line-up, with 12 slides, five different pools. Of course, Cedar Point Shores is shrouded in the great beautiful shore of Lake Erie with soft sand beaches, resort rooms and a very exciting wave pool.

Holiday World & Splashin Safari - Santa Claus (Indiana)

Only in Santa Claus, you can take part in the Big Man in Red races on the water slides. This family-run attraction has been a popular summer destination since 1946, offering guests a completely unique theme park experience. Adventurous groups can catch a ride on the Mammoth, a huge seven-story waterslide. Cheetah Chase, the world's first water slide set off for an addictive rocket race. Of course, the rest of the park's rides are equally impressive, with huge wave pools, a winding lazy river, and plenty of slides. Add it all up and you have a place as magical and wonderful as the North Pole.

South USA

Aquatica Orlando - Florida

When you think of Florida Water Park, Aquatica Orlando most likely comes to mind. Named as the best water park, Aquatica Orlando offers exciting water rides, family activities and all inclusive. In addition to exciting rides and slides, the Aquatic Orlando wave pools are world renowned. The park has two separate adjacent wave pools.

Universal's Volcano Bay - Orlando (FL)

Volcano Bay is superb in every way, boasting four different themed areas, each inspired by a different Polynesian island culture. The centerpiece of the park is the Krakatoa, a massive 200-foot (60 m) high monolith. It has three slides, including the Ko'okiri Body Plunge, which is 125 feet (38 m) high, the tallest slide in the country.

Cool Zoo - New Orleans (Louisiana)

Cool Zoo deserves great accolades just for its location, it literally sits inside the beautiful Audubon Zoo in New Orleans. You will get acquainted with exotic animals and local swamps at the zoo; Then, cool off at the water park, which boasts flowing geysers, cool pools, and the Gator Run, a 750-foot (230 m) lazy river that connects to two beaches. The centerpiece of the park is a colossal white alligator that pours hundreds of gallons of water on eager children every few minutes. This is definitely one of America's most unique water parks.

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SoundWaves, Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center - Nashville (TN)

Located in one of Tennessee's most iconic locations, SoundWaves is unlike any other water park in the country. With indoor and outdoor water parks all year round, SoundWaves is the destination for those looking for amazing water adventures. The park's indoor attractions include the Crowd Surfer, a wave simulator; a slow river flowing through a beautiful hotel; a two-story play structure ideal for young children; five exciting water slides.

Dollywood - Pigeon Forge (TN)

Dolly Parton is a national treasure, and her eponymous Dollywood is legendary. Dollywood is the best family-friendly destination in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The legendary Dollywood's Splash Country, located 16 kilometers north of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, pays homage to local heritage and culture. Themed rides include a lagoon area with interactive features, the Bear Mountain Fire Tower, a wooden play structure, and slides that end at a huge pool.

Silver Dollar City's White Water - Branson (Missouri)

Voted one of America's best outdoor water parks by USA Today ratings, White Water in Silver Dollar City is a sea of ​​fun and rides, slides and waves. Everything about this water park is grandiose.

Aquatica - San Antonio (TX)

Aquatica San Antonio takes the 'water park' concept to a whole new level, combining classic rides with an aquarium dive. Stingray Falls is the best example of this fantastic confluence; The park's signature attraction allows you to go down on four-seater rafts along a lazy river walk to an underwater grotto, where you can come face to face with stingrays and other tropical fish along the way. This is a one-of-a-kind attraction in the whole world that will truly be an unforgettable experience for everyone.

Schlitterbahn Waterpark and Resort - New Braunfels (TX)

The Schlitterbahn Waterpark features three water slides, as well as The Falls, a 3600-foot (1 km) slow river that is one of the longest water park rides in the world. In terms of rides and slides, the aptly named Massiv is a mind-boggling 81-foot (24 m) monolith that is one of the tallest water slides in the world.

Southwest USA

Water World - Federal Heights (Colorado)

One of the nation's largest family-run water parks, Water World boasts over 50 slides and rides. Since opening in 1979, Water World has received accolades from a number of prestigious publications, and the park's lazy river tops the list of superb attractions. The water park is known for the Mile High Flyer, a length of hydromagnetic water slide that uses linear induction motors to propel passengers uphill at speeds up to 20 miles (32 km) per hour.

Cowabunga Bay - Draper (Utah)

Cowabunga Bay positions itself as the world's largest water playground; with a 12-level play structure and 11 different water slides.

Knott's Soak City Waterpark - Buena Park (CA)

Knott's Soak City Waterpark is a classic upgraded waterpark. The largest outdoor water park in Orange County, this area in the California area boasts 23 water slides, a wave pool and one of the world's longest slow-moving rivers in water parks, the Sunset River.

LEGOLAND Waterpark - Carlsbad (CA)

Everything about LEGOLAND Waterpark is amazing. Brick lovers, young and old, will love the LEGO-themed rides, slides and rides. Novice builders can even create their own lazy rafts using soft bricks.

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Northwest USA

Slidewaters - Lake Chelan (Washington)

One of the best water parks in the country is located in Washington DC. Slidwaters at Lake Chelan has been a favorite of the state for 40 years. The water park boasts a variety of thrilling rides: winding lazy rivers, spectacular water slides and even the world's largest standing wave, Lakeside Surf. But it's the location of the park that really makes Slidewaters so exceptional. Lake Chelan is the largest natural lake in Washington DC and has been repeatedly named one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.

Deschutes River - Bend (Oregon)

Bend's Riverfront Park is the best place to start your river adventure. If you are looking for a more exciting adventure, you can also go rafting on other stretches of this magnificent river.

Silverwood Theme Park / Boulder Beach Waterpark - Atol (ID)

When it first opened in 1988, Silverwood Theme Park was just a small local amusement park. Today, it is considered one of the most magnificent theme parks in the West, as well as the largest in the Pacific Northwest. The amusement park has over 70 rides and the magnificent Boulder Beach Waterpark. With two wave pools, an epic children's area and waterslides that exceed 55 miles (88 km) per hour, Boulder Beach has something for everyone.

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