Indoor Water Parks

Indoor water parks are a great family vacation any time of the year. They're wild, they're wet and completely climate controlled, protecting splishing and splashing revelers from the elements.

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Photo By: Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort

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Photo By: Splash Lagoon Indoor Water park

Photo By: Splash Lagoon Indoor Water park

Photo By: Kalahari Resort - Sandusky, Ohio

Photo By: Kalahari Resort - Sandusky, Ohio

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Photo By: KeyLime Cove

Float down the Congo Bongo Adventure River at New Jersey's Sahara Sam's Oasis Indoor Water Park where your family can relax together in oversized inner tubes.

The Flowrider at Silver Rapids Indoor Water Park at the Silver Mountain Resort in Idaho gives you the feeling of surfing the perfect wave at 35 miles per hour while standing still – or mostly still.

The Wild WaterDome is a 70,000-square-foot indoor waterpark in Wisconsin's Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort.

The Wild WaterDome has a state-of-the-art roof that allows guests to tan indoors year-round.

In Erie, PA, Splash Lagoon's mezzanine level allows you to check out all the fun and stay dry.

Walk across giant floating lily pads at the Adventure Bay at Splash Lagoon in Erie, PA.

Take it easy and admire the view on the Lazy River at Splash Lagoon.

Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, OH, is America's largest waterpark with a 12,000-square-foot wave pool.

Swahili Swirl, featuring a 60-foot bowl raft, is a wild ride at Kalahari Resort's waterpark.

Michigan's Avalanche Bay waterpark features slides, climbing walls, a lazy river and even a surf simulator.

It's always a balmy 82 degrees inside KeyLime Cove's waterpark just outside of Chicago.

The colorful and relaxed atmosphere of KeyLime Cove's Lost Paradise waterpark is inspired by the Florida Keys.