The 10 Best Indoor Water Parks In Pennsylvania

Indoor water parks are perfect to escape bad weather. The best indoor water parks in Pennsylvania are going to be a bit different from what you might expect outside.

With the same facilities but without the risk of skin burn or rainy days, they offer fun activities for the entire family. Here are the top water parks you can choose from at the moment.

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10. Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark, Tannersville

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Cmelbeach is known as the state’s largest waterpark. For years, it has attracted families to its outdoor pools. It now features a fantastic indoor facility called Aquatopia. The indoor waterpark has 13 slides for you and your kids to have fun on. There are no less than 7 pools to cool off in together with private cabanas for you and your guests. Other nearby attractions include wall climbing and a giant stunt airbag.

9. Splash Lagoon, Erie

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Splash Lagoon is already popular both for its indoors and its outdoor facilities. You can enjoy a day here almost unlike anywhere else in the state. For example, Splash Lagoon features the largest indoor wave pool on this side of the country. But the location is also known for its activities such as balance beams which are also found indoors. You can also spend your time here treasure hunting at Treasure Island.

8. H20ooohh! Indoor Family Waterpark

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If you drive a couple of hours from New York, you’ll get to this impressive resort where there seems to be something to do regardless of your age. It’s among the resorts which accept guests and visitors so its busy most days of the week.

As part of the Split Rock Resort, the waterpark offers hot spring hot tubs, perfect for adults to sit back in while the kids run around on their own. High slides are the most likely attraction for kids here. Since they’re truly high, the might only be reserved for the most courageous children. But other kids can consider raft slides as a worthy alternative.

7. Sesame Place Water Park, Langhorne

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You can easily reach Sesame Place Water Park via the I-95 North from Philadelphia. You can also jump on a bus every 30 minutes to get to this kids-friendly water park. Once there, you can have fun at the Teeny Tidal Wave 10,000 square foot wave pool.

But kids love the Count’s Splash Castle the most. It’s here that the multi-level castle brings together imagination and water activities for the little ones. When you want to take a break from the water activities, you can head over to Elmo’s Eatery for a fresh slice of pizza.

6. The Funplex, Mount Laurel

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The Funplex waterpark and indoor park are situated just outside Philadelphia but many residents drive here as it offers plenty of activities, unlike anywhere else in the state. Attractions here seem endless. There’s an interactive pool, and infinity pool, and body slides kids can have fun in. Several open tube slides have also been added for couples and families having fun together.

5. Sahara Sam’s Oasis, West Berlin

Open around the year, the indoor waterpark is only a 30-minute drive away from Philadephia. Slow rivers are popular here for couples and adults. Several indoor slides also make this waterpark a destination that many Pennsylvania residents look up to. But the kids also find a few interesting climbing spots here which keep them occupied when they get bored of all the water action.

4. Coco Key Water Resort

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Located in Pittsburgh, the indoor water park features fantastic easy access. It’s known for its long slides and it features interesting activity pools for kids and adults. For example, the Lily Pad Adventure pool requires kids to keep their balance while making their way through the water. Coral Cove’s Slam Dunk is another top 3-feet pool made for both parents and kids who want to get active.

3. Pirate’s Cove Indoor Waterpark

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The Pirate’s Cove in Pittsburgh is a large indoor pool that offers fun water activities and swimming opportunities to locals around the year. It lacks the glamour of the largest waterparks in Pennsylvania but it makes up in proximity and accessibility. You can bring your kids here every day. There are even a few waterslides to count on. The major drawback of the location is the lack of food on-premises, so you’ll need to bring your own.

2. Great Wolf Lodge, Butler

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The famous waterpark situated on Pittsburgh Road in the Pocono Mountains offers a unique lodge-like feel. You truly feel high up a mountain when visiting the place. Large parking facilities ensure you feel right at home even before you step inside.

The indoor pool area is fun for the entire family. You can even climb lodge-inspired slides so that you can splash into the water as many times as you want with no effort. There’s even an arcade area you can play games in with your kids. Food and accommodation are also great here. Many consider these facilities the best in the state when it comes to indoor water parks.

You can even find 3-day accommodation packs which give you full access to the pools and to the arcades at a low price. When you get tired of water activities, you can also head out to explore the attractive nearby trails for a change of scenery.

1. Kalahari Resort, Pocono Manor

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Kalahari Resort in the Pocono Mountains is a high-tech destination for swimming. For example, it features a retractable roof which ensures you can have fun in the water here regardless of the season. But the location is a top attraction for kids as well as it features a water rollercoaster.

You also get to choose from a few top spas, lazy rivers, raft rides, and bodyboarding activities. There’s even a pool bar for parents to relax while the kids are participating in these activities.

But fun activities don’t stop here. When you want to get out of the water for a few hours, you can simply choose to play games, go bowling, or try out mini golf. There’s even a theatre you can visit with your family.