Indiana waterparks all have varying attractions which comprise exhilarating slides, wave pools, lazy rivers, and other water rides and games.

Many of them even have designated spaces for toddlers and younger patrons, with age-appropriate swimming pools, lily pads, and more.

1. Holiday World & Splashin' Safari

Holiday World & Splashin' Safari
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Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari offers so many complimentary aspects such as free sunscreen, parking, soft drinks, and WiFi in addition to their extensive array of roller coasters and waterslides. The most popular attractions are water coasters Wildebeest and Mammoth. Mammoth is certified by Guinness World Records as the world’s longest water coaster. Spend your day floating down the Bahari River, riding the surf in the Bahari Wave Pool, or taking the little one(s) on the many age-appropriate attractions that are available there. Popular rides for visitors of all ages range from the Thunderbird Steel Roller Coaster and the Voyage to the Raven and the Legend. There are several themed sections in the park, including the 4th of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

452 E Christmas Blvd, Santa Claus, IN 47579, Phone: 812-937-4401

2. Deep River Waterpark, Indiana

Deep River Waterpark, Indiana
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There’s no better way to spend a hot summer day with you family than at Deep River Waterpark. The park opened in 1995 with a wave pool, a couple of water slides, and a lazy river; today, you’ll be able to enjoy exciting additions such as their three dark ride slide complex called Storm, the 60-foot drop on the Dragon, and the six-lane mat slide racer Kraken. Visitors of all ages love the interactive rides and games, including the outdoor ice plaza with skating rink which is open in the winter. Other amenities such as food stands, picnic spaces, free parking, additional restrooms, and shaded structures are available throughout the park.

9001 E Lincoln Hwy, Crown Point, IN 46307, Phone: 219-947-7850

3. Splash Island, Plainfield, Indiana

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A part of the Plainfield Recreation Center, Splash Island is a tropical themed waterpark that has so much for the entire family to enjoy during their visit there. There are several attractions including an interactive play area for the little ones complete with kiddie slide, exhilarating waterslides, water jets, pulsating vortexes, ropes and guns, and a lily pad crossing. There’s even plenty of grassy areas and deck space for visitors who just want to sit back, watch the fun, and take in some sun. The park has a six-lane competition/ lap pool for visitors to enjoy which include diving boards and a 900-foot-long lazy river that winds throughout the property.

651 Vestal Rd, Plainfield, IN 46168, Phone: 317-839-7665

4. Ideal Beach, Indiana

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Ideal Beach Water Park is a wonderful, fun-filled attraction in Indiana. Residents and visitors find themselves spending their entire summer there, enjoying the lakefront beach, riding the corkscrew water slides, and enjoying the sunny beach atmosphere. Additional amenities that are available for guests to use include sand volleyball courts, designated picnic areas, concession stands, and a playground that younger visitors love spending hours at. With extremely low admission fees compared to other waterparks in Indiana, Ideal Beach Water Park is a popular choice for many. Please keep in mind that there is a minimum height requirement to get on the slides as well as a swimsuit requirement to get in chlorinated waters. More lakes in Indiana

52256 Ideal Beach Rd, Elkhart, IN 46514, Phone: 574-262-1769

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5. Marion Splash House, Indiana

Marion Splash House, Indiana
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The Marion Splash House is a family-friendly water park that is open to public visitors of all ages. There are so many attractions there which are suitable for all ages, ranging from a bucket water drop and play pad for the little ones to a big flush slide and two racer slides for older guests. Other fun aspects of Marion Splash House include a large wave pool, a lazy river, and a separate kiddie play area. Additional amenities include cabana rentals, locker rentals, several concession stands, and shaded seating throughout the park. The park is a fun-filled place for the entire family and guarantees that everyone will have an amazing day while there.

2601 S Adams St, Marion, IN 46953, Phone: 765-668-1794

6. Pine Lake Waterpark, Indiana

Pine Lake Waterpark, Indiana
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Pine Lake Waterpark was the swimming hole of choice for residents and visitors in Berne, Indiana for over sixty years. It has gone through several changes in management and renovations to their attractions since that time, ensuring that families continue to have a fun and safe place to build memories every summer. Comprising the original swimming hole which the park was built around, Pine Lake also offers activity centers, water slides, and several other activities to enjoy around the lake. It’s an affordable and fun-filled option which everyone in the family is sure to enjoy.

4640 W State Road 218, Berne, IN 46711, Phone: 260-334-5649

7. The Waterpark at the Monon Community Center, Indiana

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Set on 3 ½ acres, the Waterpark at the Monon Community Center is a one-of-a-kind aquatic experience that has proven to be a popular family-friendly attraction during Indiana’s hot summer months. There are so many things to do for the entire family, from the toddlers who can enjoy the kiddie pool and tot slide to the teenagers who love the thrill of surfing on the FlowRider or scaling the wall of the park’s AquaClimb. Even adults love lounging at the waterpark, as they lounge on the lazy river or take a dip in the lap pool. Additional attractions include an activity pool, a plunge slide, and two curvy adventure water slides. Make the day a memorable one by renting out your own private cabana so that you can make the most of your stay.

1195 Central Park Dr W, Carmel, IN 46032, Phone: 317-848-7275

8. Waterparks in Indiana: Tropicanoe Cove

Waterparks in Indiana: Tropicanoe Cove
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Head over to Tropicanoe Cove for a taste of the tropics right in Indiana - and all you’ll need is your swimming suit! They offer everything necessary for a fun-filled watery paradise from the leisurely Cattail Crik to the speeding Banana Peel. Those who don’t want to get too wet can lounge on their lazy river or get some sun in one of the many green areas, lawn chairs, or on the cove’s large deck. Re-energize yourself with some delicious food from the cove’s several dining areas. The entire family will find plenty of ways to cool down at Tropicanoe Cove on one of Indiana’s hot summer days.

1915 Scott St, Lafayette, IN 47904, Phone: 765-807-1531

9. Indiana Beach

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The last weekend of April heralds the start of the long-awaited summer season at Indiana Beach, where fun is the name of the game. Indiana Beach is one of the most popular family entertainment and water parks in the state, offering hours of fun for all ages. The park has several high-speed thrilling coaster rides including the fabulous brand new Cyclone. There are also plenty of family-friendly rides for younger visitors. The water park opens from Memorial Day through Labor Day, offering a lazy river float, several daring slides and a great splash area. You can buy a single day ticket or get great value with an unlimited-visit season ticket.

Indiana Beach, 5224 E. Indiana Beach Road, Monticello, 47960, 574 583 4141

10. Waterparks in Indiana: Kokomo Beach Family Aquatic Center

Waterparks in Indiana: Kokomo Beach Family Aquatic Center
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Kokomo Beach Family Aquatic Center perfectly combines fitness facilities with loads and loads of fun for all ages. Visitors who would like to put in some swimming practice can make use of the competition lap pool for their training, while those who just want to cool down can have fun in the main leisure pool. There are some great high-energy water slides for dare devils (must be at least 48” tall), a lovely lazy river for relaxed floating and a dedicated mini-pool with toddler-size slides and a splash pad. The center is open from May to the end of August – please check the website for more details.

Kokomo Beach Family Aquatic Center, 802 W. Park Ave, Kokomo, IN 46901, 765 456 7540

11. Big Splash Adventure, French Lick

Big Splash Adventure, French Lick
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Big Splash Adventure is the only place to go for fun summer activities in the heart of the Indiana winter. Big Splash is an amazing 40,000 square foot indoor water park, with a wonderful retractable roof for when the sun is shining. The water park boasts some thrilling themed slides including the Jolly Roger Jetty, the Pirates Plunder and the popular “toilet bowl”. You can play water basketball in the Lost Treasure Lagoon or float peacefully down the Lost River. The resort has on-site accommodation for those who never want the fun to stop. 2-day passes are included with all overnight stays – all other tickets need to be booked online.

Big Splash Adventure, 8524 West Street, Road 56, French Lick, IN 47432, 877 936 3866

12. Seashore Water Park, Lebanon, Indiana

Seashore Water Park, Lebanon, Indiana
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A fun summer destination for the whole family, the Seashore Water Park in Lebanon has water activities to suit all ages. Adults and older children can enjoy the 2 high-rise slides, one of which is enclosed. There is also a great wave pool where you can practice body surfing or just have loads of fun. Little visitors are also catered for – there is a zero entry pool dedicated to younger children, offering mini-water slides, interactive water toys and an over-size tipping bucket. There are two lawn areas and lots of loungers where you can relax and soak up some sun. The center also offers swimming lessons.

Seashore Water Park, 130 E. Ulen Drive, Lebanon, IN 46052, 765 482 8860

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13. Waterparks Near Me: Prophetstown State Park Aquatic Center

Waterparks Near Me: Prophetstown State Park Aquatic Center
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The Prophetstown State park Aquatic Center is one of the few entertainment hubs of its kind which has been carefully designed to fit into the landscape, rather than detract from it. Plantings are all endemic to the area and are designed to mimic the natural prairie landscape. The center features a 30-foot tube slide, a body flume, a relaxing lazy river and a special zero-entry pool area for young children, where they can have hours of safe play. There is also an area for aquatic basketball. There is a concession stand which sells all your favorite snacks and light meals – you are not allowed to bring coolers and alcoholic drinks to the park.

Prophetstown State Park Aquatic Center, 5545 Swisher Rd, W. Lafayette, IN 47906, 765 567 4919

14. Freedom Springs Greenwood Aquatics Park

Freedom Springs Greenwood Aquatics Park
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A summer staple for residents as well as visitors, Freedom Springs Greenwood Aquatics Park is adored by guests of all ages. You’ll love relaxing in the island-type atmosphere where you can indulge in fun foods, take a break in one of their cabanas, or splash around in the water slides. Attractions include tube slides, body slides, a lap pool, a lazy river, diving boards, and a splash/ play area for infants and toddlers. The center is also popular for their classes such as swim lessons, water aerobics, and their aqua walk. There are several events held at the park including live music performances, movie screenings, adults-only movie nights, and their renowned Puppy POOLooza event which marks the end of the season.

850 W Stop 18 Rd, Greenwood, IN 46143, Phone: 317-884-2078

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