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31 Ridiculously Cool Water Parks To Visit With Your Kids

Or without them. Waterslides are fun.

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7. Hersheypark, Pennyslvania

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Where can you gorge on world-famous chocolate, check out the theme parks, and enjoy a splash pad for the whole family? Pennsylvania's Hersheypark, of course!

11. Great Wolf Lodge, Washington

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Grand Mound is one of many Great Wolf Lodge locations around the U.S., but this family destination has an indoor water park in addition to kid-friendly accommodations and activities on dry land.

13. Water Park of America, Minneapolis

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Not far from the famed Mall of America is its sister attraction, the epic, indoor Waterpark of America. Slides twist and turn in and out of the building itself, providing a totally unique experience.

16. Legoland Water Oark, California

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It's a water park...that looks like it was made out of Legos. (I know, right?) You'll find slides, wave pools, lazy rivers, and all of your favorite plastic pals.

23. Holiday World & Splashin' Safari, Indiana

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This water park in Santa Claus, Indiana, has got guest perks on lock — free soft drinks, free sunscreen, and parents and kids are registered when you enter so you're easily reunited if anyone gets separated.

24. Kva-Kva Water Park, Russia

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Located about 40 minutes from Moscow and open year-round, the indoor Kva Kva Water Park is a great place to take a break from long winter months, or escape to cool off in summer!

30. Golfland Sunsplash, Arizona

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Surprise, film buffs! This Mesa, Arizona, attraction actually stood in for San Dimas, California's Raging Waters in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. That's right — everything you thought you knew about famous water parks is a lie.