Get your swimmers and sunscreen ready! With summer just around the corner, we've scoured the web for the best swim parks in the United States to beat the heat with the entire family.
From water slides to tidal pools, from surfs to faux beaches, here are the best places to soak up and cool down this summer.
1. Noah's Ark Waterpark
Located in the Wisconsin Dells, Noah's Ark is "America's largest waterpark." You'll never run out of things to do at this 70-acre park.
2. Disney World's Typhoon Lagoon
There's a "storm of fun" to be had at Walt Disney World Florida's Typhoon Lagoon. You can snorkel with sharks and stingrays, chill in a raft ride down a lazy river, or surf amid palm trees at this water park just minutes away from the main park.
3. Six Flags White Water
Feel the thrill of white water at Six Flags in Atlanta, Georgia.
4. Great Wolf Lodge
With locations all over the United States and Canada, Great Wolf Lodge remains a top water park destination to take your little cubs any time of the year.
No reason not to enjoy a day of swimming even if you're up north in Anchorage, Alaska. Spend the day at H2Oasis, Alaska's largest indoor water park.
6. Say it again, Schlitterbahn
You won't feel like you're in Kansas anymore when you visit Schlitterbahn Waterpark, home to the world's tallest water slide.
7. Water World
You'll never want to get dry again after visiting Water World in Denver, Colorado. Spend the afternoon escaping the heat in one of their many wave pools, tube slides, and splash-worthy rides, then eat your heart out like a king at the Pharaoh's Feast buffet.
8. Raging Waters
The name says it all! Raging Waters in Sacramento, California is the "ultimate water park experience" with 25 different attractions and rides.
9. Kalahari Resorts
Kalahari Resorts are tropical water park getaways located all over the United States. From your typical water park rides and slides to relaxing spas and even a golf course, there's something for the entire family at any of Kalahari's resorts.
10. Splashin' Safari
There's no better way to escape the summer heat than by going on a fun-filled water safari at Santa Claus, Indiana. The park is home to the world's two largest water slides, aptly named the Mammoth and the Wildebeast.