Whether you’re looking to plan a vacation getaway, explore the beauty of nature, seek thrills on land, have a day out with your family, or cool off in style, many of Pennsylvania’s parks offer both exciting dryland and wet and wild aquatic fun.
Pack a suitcase or come for the day, you can’t miss these amazing adventures and breathing taking natural wonders.
Here’s our pick of 15 amazing water parks in Pennsylvania:
1. Sand Castle Water Park, Pittsburgh
For a day of water drenched fun, don’t miss Sand Castle Water Park! Enter the Dragon’s Den, the newest heart pounding tube slide at Sand Castle.
Rocket through twists and turns in the dark only to plummet through the misty dragon’s abyss! Challenge all three slides of the Lightening Express.
The tower stands over sixty feet tall and each slide is over two hundred and fifty feet long.
Twist and turn your way as you tube down the four hundred foot long Thunder Run.
Grab a friend and race down the Boardwalk Blasters slides for a surprising seven foot freefall at the end of the slide! For younger thrill seekers there’s kiddie slides at Tad Pool and tons more water attractions at Wet Willie’s Water Works.
Of course the park is complete with a lazy river for more relaxing fun.