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The Five Funnest Water Parks in New York

Posted by Nick on Jul 7, 2015 6:17:00 AM

Water Parks in New York

From beach trips to poolside lounging, there are plenty of relaxing ways to cool off in the summer sun. However, if you’re bored of laying around and fanning yourself, why not add some thrill to your chill? All Island has compiled a list of the best water parks in New York for you to check out.

The Best Water Parks in New York

Splish Splash

With 96 acres of fun for the whole family, Splish Splash is a Long Island favorite. Whether you’re a fan of thrilling slides like the 80-foot tall Cliff Diver or more relaxed rides like the Lazy River, Splish Splash surely has something for you. Bring the kids to Pirates Cove or Monsoon Lagoon, where they’ll be able to play on interactive ships with water cannons and slides. You won’t go hungry either. Splish Splash also offers a variety of food from pizza and fried chicken to organic salads.

water parks in New York

Enchanted Forest Water Safari

Located right in Adirondack State Park, the Enchanted Forest Water Safari is the largest of all water parks in New York. Enchanted Forest Water Safari is a mix between a traditional theme park and a water park. With over 50 rides like a Ferris wheel and bumper cars and 32 water rides for visitors of all ages, you’ll never be too bored or too warm. When you’ve had enough excitement for the day, head over to the arcade or the circus show, which is performed twice daily.

SplashDown Beach

SplashDown Beach is not one of the largest water parks in New York, but it’s certainly one of the most fun. With attractions for guests of all ages, from the six-story tall Arctic Mammoth to the interactive Bob the Builder Splash Works—a good time is guaranteed. SplashDown is also home to New York’s only thrilling zero-gravity half pipe—which sends two people in a tube flying back and forth on what looks like a four-story tall skateboard ramp. After you’ve had your fun, head over to Frosty Shack for some ice cream, smoothies and other summertime snacks.

water parks in New York

Tibbetts Brook Park

Just north of New York City in Yonkers, Tibbetts Brook is a 161 acre park with an aquatic complex included. The aquatic complex is made up of a water playground for kids, in-pool basketball and volleyball courts, lap lanes for exercise swimming and a lazy river. The aquatic complex is a perfect place to cool off after enjoying the park’s other amenities which include soccer fields, baseball fields, tennis courts and hiking trails.

Rocking Horse Ranch

Big Splash Indoor Water Park is just one great aspect of Rocking Horse Ranch, a family resort set right in the Hudson Valley. The 85-degree indoor water park includes a 250-foot flume ride and the Dynamite Alley Water Walk Challenge, which is perfect for kids. Outside, Rocking Horse Ranch has two heated pools. One pool features a 125-foot waterslide and the other, complete with interactive spray fountains and a 40-foot waterslide is for children.

So when you’re itching for some real fun in the sun this summer, check out one of these exciting water parks in New York. If you need a ride, call All Island at the number nearest to you or make a reservation.

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