Six Flags Hurricane Harbor
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor (formerly Wet ‘N’ Wild Phoenix) is, well, everything you’d expect it to be: wet, wild and really, really fun. This waterpark – arguably a bit of an amusement park in its own right, as well – is the best way to stay stylish and cool this summer. With heart-pounding waterslides, daring, raging rivers, daunting funnels fit to embark on in giant rafts and even racing slides fit to battle on against friends, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is sure to promise wild fun and memories for all. For more information on this waterpark, visit the official website.
Big Surf isn’t just home to guaranteed fun, but it’s also home to great history. The water-amusement park was the first to play host to America’s first wave pool. In 2012, the lot was even named a historical engineering landmark by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The historic waterpark offers everything: beloved waterslides, annual swim lessons, captivating water experiences and even boogie board lessons. For more information on this waterpark, visit the official website.
Oasis Water Park at Arizona Grand Resort
Stretching over seven acres, the Oasis Water Park is a beautiful and luxurious lot that features fun for the entire family to enjoy. Whether you’re relaxing down the lazy river’s currents, lounging poolside and soaking up some rays – with a drink in hand, of course – or you’re braving the staple eight-story tower that plays host for three adrenaline inducing slides, Oasis Water Park is a staycation dream. For more information on this waterpark, visit the official website.
Golfland Sunsplash features more than 30 fun rides – some wet, some dry. While the park may be a great excuse to cool down and bask in the gloriously refreshing waters, it also has a lot of others fun components that make it the perfect place to take the kiddos. Additionally, Golfland Sunsplash features a designated mini golf area, an arcade, laser tag, bumper boats, a dry play center, splash pad and of course, their famed waterpark. Golfland is a place for all ages too, as it features smaller rides for children, a wave pool, a zero-depth water play area and a toddler pool. For more information on this waterpark, visit the official website.