Looking for ways to cool down this summer? Public pools are officially open and there are plenty of beaches but perhaps you 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 is perhaps Washington’s most well known waterpark. It’s a great place to visit because it not only has the waterpark but also an amusement park. So 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 until the end of August
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: Daily 10 am-6 pm until September 5th
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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, selection of slides and even a few competitive sliding options. Oh and you can also surf the worlds largest stationary wave.
Where: 102 Waterslide Dr, Chelan, WA
Hours: Daily 10 am-7 pm until September 5th
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 thats 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
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
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