18 Indoor Water Parks in the U.S. for All-Season Fun

Indoor water parks are the perfect getaway, especially for people who live in areas where they can swim outdoors only three or four months a year.

Chula Vista Resort, Wisconsin Dell

The Chula Vista Resort is where water adventurers can find the Lost Rios indoor water park. Speed down the Matador Mat Racers, venture into Mount Montezuma's giant rain forest and float along the Rio Rapids action river.

Splash Lagoon, Erie Pennsylvania

Some of the latest additions to the water park include a brand new treehouse full of colorful water sprayers, mini dumping buckets, and new water slides called Typhoon Twister and Riptide Racers. A Giant Tipping Coconut full of water sits atop the treehouse.

FlowRider at Massanutten, McGaheysville, Virginia

FlowRider Massanutten WaterPark has an indoor portion and an outdoor water park. Always heated to 84 degrees, you can have fun at the water fortress, body slides, pools, lazy river floats, and hot tubs.

Kahuna Laguna Indoor Water Park, Conway, New Hampshire

Voted one of the ten best indoor water parks by USA Today's Readers' Choice, Kahuna Laguna is New Hampshire's largest water park. Enjoy the water slides, three-story tubes, pools, waves, buckets, tree houses, bridges, fountains, and more.

Kalahari Resort, Sandusky, Ohio

The Midwest's largest indoor water park, Kalahari resort, is full of wet and wild fun. Shoot hoops in a large water basketball pool, ride the Tanzanian Twister at 40 mph as you free fall into another pool, ride the Zimbabwe Zipper at 40 mph, take a raft ride on the Swahili Swirl, and much more!