Looking for ways to cool down this summer? Public pools are officially opening in just over a week and while there are plenty of beaches, you might want something a little more fun. You’re in luck because Washington has several great places to slide, float, and more. Here are 5 of the best waterparks you can visit in Washington this summer!

Wild Waves

Wild Waves is perhaps Washington’s most well-known waterpark. It’s a great place to visit because it not only has a waterpark but also an amusement park. If you’re looking to do more than just cool down, Wild Waves is the spot for you.

Where: 36201 Enchanted Pkwy S, Federal Way, WA
Hours: Open Daily starting June 16th
Cost: $49.99+

Birch Bay Waterslides

Birch Bay is a smaller waterpark with all sorts of slides to suit your summer sliding needs. Ranging from big to small, you’ll find it all. Birch Bay is family-friendly and perfect for those of you living a bit further north.

Where: 4874 Birch Bay Lynden Rd, Blaine, WA
Hours: Open Daily 10 AM-6 PM starting June 23rd
Cost: $20-$27

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If you’re planning a trip to Lake Chelan then you don’t want to miss out on Slidewaters. The park is located alongside the lake and you’ll find a lazy river, a selection of slides, and even a few competitive sliding options. Oh, and you can also surf the world’s largest stationary wave.

Where: 102 Waterslide Dr, Chelan, WA
Hours: Daily 10 AM-7 pm until September 5th
Cost: $33.95+

Henry Moses Aquatic Center

While not exactly a waterpark in comparison to other spots on the list, Henry Moses is still a great option. The most notable attraction here is the waterslide. If you live in Renton and want to have a pool day that’s more than just laps and laying in the sun, this might just be for you.

Where: 1719 SE Maple Valley Hwy, Renton, WA
Hours: Open daily beginning June 24th
Cost: $16

Surf n’ Slide Water Park

As the name suggests, this is a great place to surf and slide. If you’re heading to Central Washington it’s worth your time to pay this park a visit. Not only is it fun but admission is reasonably priced and it’s family-friendly!

Where: 401 W 4th Ave, Moses Lake, WA
Hours: Daily 11 AM-6:30 PM until August 30th
Cost: $17