Iowa July 03, 2015
These 7 Water Parks In Iowa Are Pure Bliss For Anyone Who Goes There
Iowa summers mean tons of sunshine, 90 degree weather and lots of humidity – sounds like the perfect kind of day to hit up the water park! So, whether you enjoy floating down the lazy river, or racing down a water slide, these 7 awesome water parks in Iowa have something for everyone!
1. Lost Island Waterpark
The Lost Island Waterpark in Waterloo is definitely one of the best water parks in the state, even the Midwest. Along with their countless slides and rides, they have a wave pool, lazy river, kids area, go kart racing, mini golf and food galore. This is definitely a must-visit for anyone Iowan this summer.
2. Adventure Bay
Adventureland just got better - as if that was possible. The new water park, Adventure Bay, is located inside Adventureland park in Altoona. This water park is also one of the best in the state, and features many slides and rides, a wave pool, lazy river, kids area and tons more. Don't miss this next time you are at Adventureland!
3. Cascade Falls Aquatic Center
Cascade Falls in Ankeny features slides, a lazy river, diving boards, lap lanes and even a Flow Rider Surf Simulator. This is a great place to go for a day of relaxation as you float down the lazy river.
4. Prairie Ridges Aquatic Center
Prairie Ridges Aquatic Center, also in Ankeny, offers fun for the whole family with their slides, kids areas, fountains and more. A great place to take the kids for a day of fun in the sun.
5. Huck's Harbor
Huck's Harbor in Burlington features an indoor and outdoor water park, complete with slides, a lazy river, Olympic sized activity pool, kids area, hot tub and more.
6. Boji Splash
Boji Splash in Arnold's Park is an indoor water park that is perfect for a family day at the pool. There is a lazy river, water slides, lily pad walk, basketball area and more.
7. King's Point Waterpark
King's Point Waterpark Resort in Storm Lake is an indoor and outdoor water park that boasts water slides, a bowl ride, a lazy river, a lily pad walk and tons more.
Now we just need a sunny day to go visit these awesome water parks! What are some more of your favorite places to swim in Iowa? Let us know!