This Giant Inflatable Water Park In New Mexico Proves There’s Still A Kid In All Of Us

Arguably the best time of year in the Land of Enchantment is the time we get to go out on the water. This giant inflatable water park in New Mexico is set in Santa Rosa’s most fun-filled park. Once you experience it for the first time, you’ll want to come back time and time again. Whether you want to swim, jump around, climb, or get out on a paddleboard, this awesome floating water park is surely going to prove that there’s still a kid in each and every one of us. Let’s get out on the water for a jam-packed day of fun!

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Have you ever swam, jumped, and climbed upon the Wibit inflatable water park in New Mexico? Was it as fun as it looks? We’d love to hear all about your experience in the comments! Be sure to then share your photos from your fun outings by tagging us on Instagram with the hashtag #onlyinnewmexico to see your photos featured!

You can check the Park Lake official website for dates, hours of operation, and current admission pricing.

Looking for another water park in New Mexico? This one might be indoors, but it’s the wackiest and most fun water park in all of the Land of Enchantment.

Address: Park Lake, Santa Rosa, NM 88435, USA
The OIYS Visitor Center

Inflatable Water Park In New Mexico

June 03, 2021

Where can I go swimming in New Mexico?

When the weather heats up, it’s time to find a spot to go swimming! And some of the best spots are ones that are found in nature. Near Roswell, you can find Bottomless Lakes State Park filled with sinkholes you can go swimming in or paddleboarding on. The Blue Hole in Santa Rosa is an incredible spot for both swimming and scuba diving and has water so clear you can almost see to the bottom. You can read about additional swimming holes in this post

Does New Mexico have any beaches?

Although the Land of Enchantment is a landlocked state, it does have several sandy beaches. Tingley Beach in Albuquerque is home to crystal clear water and a small stretch of sand, perfect to relax on. About an hour north of Albuquerque in Pena Blanca, Cochiti Lake has a wide beach where you can either relax on the sand or go beachcombing to find shells as well as beach glass. Navajo Lake, the second largest lake in the state, has a beach with exceptional views of the lake and surrounding landscape. 

What other fun water parks are there in New Mexico?

Are you ready for some summertime family fun at a water park? If so, you may want to consider heading to Metro Verde Splash Pad and Park in Las Cruces with loads of different water activities, fun for the whole family. In Albuquerque, Cliff’s Amusement Park’s WaterMania has a section called Li’l Squirts which is good for smaller children and their parents to enjoy and a section for older children and teens called Mega Water Monkeys. Families will love all the water features and water slides to keep cool all summer long. 

Address: Park Lake, Santa Rosa, NM 88435, USA