Rhode Island June 21, 2019
Visit This Rhode Island Water Park WIth 1,000 Feet Of Slides For Your Next Summer Adventure
When the summer heat hits, you’re going to want to stay cool. Rhode Island’s beaches are a sure-fire hit when you want to spend the day in the surf. But to have the most epic water day, you’ll want to combine a beach day with water slides! Water Wizz of Westerly is just steps away from the beach is full of freshwater thrills.
Located right across the street from Misquamicut Beach, Water Wizz of Westerly is the ideal water adventure park to make your summer day complete. Purchase an all-day pass and bounce from the water park to the beach all day long.
An all-day pass costs $25 per person and 40 minutes of unlimited rides can be purchased for $13 per person. An early bird special from 10 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. gives you one hour and 40 minutes of sliding for $15.
Enjoy 1,000 feet of water slides that turn and zoom down the hill each ending with a big splash into one of their two treated pools.
The Giant Waterslides start 35 feet up in the air. Ride the wave of water as you twist down the hill on an effortless ride.
Start even higher up at 50 feet on the Super Speed Slides. Check out the views of Block Island from the tippy top before you zip to the bottom.
When you need a break from the downhill water action, head across the street and enjoy the sandy shores and wave action at Misquamicut Beach.
All this water play is sure to make you hungry! Just a short walk away is
Two Little Fish, one of the area's prime spots for seafood and casual fare.
When the summer heat is beating you down, head to Water Wizz of Westerly for 1,000 feet of thrilling waterslides.
Water Wizz of Westerly is open daily for the season from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m beginning June 23, 2019. For more information, check out their
. Address: 328 Atlantic Avenue, Westerly, RI 02891.
Looking for even more ways to stay cool this summer in Rhode Island? Head to this
upbeat restaurant that has its very own pool or spend the day at one of these beautiful waterfront parks.