New Jersey June 11, 2015
These 9 Water Parks In New Jersey Are Pure Bliss For Anyone Who Goes There
What could be better on a hot day than an action packed adventure to one of New Jersey’s great water parks? Sure, you may be able to think of something, but to the young and young at heart these incredible indoor and outdoor water parks are pure bliss.
1. Action Park, Vernon
Though the High Anxiety Funnel Slide and Cliff Jump shown above are not for the faint of heart, Action Park also offers more relaxing rides including River Runner and The Wave Pool.
2. Coco Key Water Resort, Mount Laurel
This indoor water park is a year-round tropical paradise for children and adults alike. Enjoy the lazy river, giant whirlpools and a sizable selection of slides.
3. Morey's Piers Water Parks, Wildwood
Morey's Piers are home to two spectacular water parks, Ocean Oasis and Raging Waters. Raging Waters, shown, has a yearly Gone To The Dogs event at the close of the season to benefit charity.
4. Crystal Springs Aquatic Center, East Brunswick
This municipal water park, the first of its kind in New Jersey, offers discounted rates to East Brunswick residents. With an affordable rental area, it is a popular place for poolside parties.
5. Hurricane Harbor, Jackson
Hurricane Harbor, located within the Six Flags Great Adventure Theme Park, is one of the largest water parks in New Jersey.
6. Runaway Rapids, Keansburg
Runaway Rapids offers 18 water slides along with spa pools, a lazy river and separate children's play areas.
7. Thundering Surf, Beach Haven
This family friendly water park is also home to Flow House, similar to a skate park but for surfers.
8. Tomahawk Lake Water Park, Sparta
This little gem of a water park is small but still enjoyable. Attractions, including six water slides, are tucked away around the lake and paddle boating is offered as well.
9. Sahara Sam's Oasis, West Berlin
Another indoor water park, Sahara Sam's packs in plenty of attractions for both kids and adults.
Whatever your level of adventure and no matter what season you like to swim, there is a New Jersey water park for you. Which is your favorite? Are there any others not on this list? Please let us know in the comments below.