Oklahoma July 01, 2015
These 6 Water Parks In Oklahoma Are Pure Bliss For Anyone Who Goes There
Grab your towel and swimming suit and head out for some fun at one of Oklahoma’s water parks. We may not have as many as other states but it doesn’t mean you won’t have a blast. Take a break from the hot, humid summer and check out one of these 6 incredible water parks around the state.
1. White Water Bay-Oklahoma City
The biggest water park in Oklahoma City is also one of the best in the state. You can find slow tube rides, fast thrill seekers, a wave pool and a section for the little tikes.
2. Water-Zoo Indoor Water Park-Clinton
Enjoy 82 degrees year round at Oklahoma's first indoor water park. Have fun in the lazy and crazy river or splash in the wave pool. With over 500 feet of water slides, you won't be bored at this park.
3. Big Splash-Tulsa
Featuring the biggest wave pool in the southwest, Big Splash also has some big thrill seekers. The kids area has many great play toys and little slides. Feel like relaxing? Don't worry, they also have a lazy river.
4. River Country Family Water Park-Muskogee
This park will only cost you $7 for General Admission but will give you tons of fun. Enjoy a few water slides, a lazy river and a water ropes course.
5. Comanche Nation Water Park-Lawton
Twist and turn or scream your way down one of the 4 water slides. One slide features a bowl at the end that will twist you around before dumping you in the water below. The kiddie pool and lazy river are other options at the park.
6. Andy Alligator's Water Park-Norman
This small water park will keep the family busy all day. Choose from winding slides or straight down thrill rides. Climb around the play structure or relax in a lounge chair while enjoying the tropical palm trees that surround the park.
What is your favorite water park in Oklahoma? Tag your friends to share these parks with them.