The Natural Waterpark In Arizona That's The Perfect Place To Spend A Summer's Day
Mother Nature has blessed Arizona with many incredible things: the nation’s largest canyon, awe-inspiring waterfalls, and…a natural water park? That’s right! Slide Rock State Park in Sedona boasts a natural water slide in Arizona that formed all by itself – absolutely no human intervention. It’s the perfect summertime family adventure!
Have you ever been to this natural water slide? If so, let us know how much fun it was! Check out our previous article for some man-made water parks to add to your summer bucket list: 10 Epic Waterparks In Arizona To Take Your Summer To A Whole New Level. Also, feel free to tell us about your favorite attractions and/or places of business via our nomination form. You just might see your suggestions featured in an upcoming article!
For more things to do in the amazing town of Sedona, Arizona, check out this YouTube video by us at OnlyInYourState:
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Summer Activities In Arizona & Related Info
What are the most beautiful beaches in Arizona?
One of my favorite things about Arizona is that, although we aren't a coastal state, we still have plenty of beaches perfect for making a splash when it's warm outside. Some of the most beautiful beaches in Arizona are:
- Buckskin Mountain State Park, Parker
Surrounded by mountains, this beautiful beach near the Arizona-California border offers a boat ramp, waterfront camping, and more.
- London Bridge Beach, Lake Havasu
Lake Havasu City is Arizona's warm weather playground, and London Bridge Beach is no exception. Here, you'll find pearly white sand, a designated swimming area, playgrounds, and more family-friendly attractions.
- Patagonia Lake State Park, Nogales
This gorgeous state park beach is a renowned fishing destination, and it also offers a marina, picnic tables, grills, a campground, and scenic hiking trails.
What are the best waterparks in Arizona?
The best waterparks in Arizona include:
- Enchanted Island, Phoenix
This amusement park designed just for kids also features several water attractions including a dumping bucket and water slides.
- Mesquite Groves Aquatic Center, Chandler
A public aquatic park, Mesquite Groves is an oasis in the desert with water slides, a lazy river, a lap pool, and several other attractions perfect for beating the heat.
This incredible resort hotel boasts its very own waterpark complete with a three-story slide, a splash pad, private cabanas, and more.
How many state parks are in Arizona?
Arizona has 29 beautiful state parks. Some of the best state parks in Arizona are:
- Lost Dutchman State Park, Apache Junction
Home to the mysterious Superstition Mountains, Lost Dutchman State Park is an otherworldly place that allegedly harbors a lost gold mine (which many have perished trying to find).
This incredible park protects the largest natural travertine arch in the world.