Plan A Winter Vacation To The Coolest Indoor Water Parks in America
15 Dec Plan A Winter Vacation To The Coolest Indoor Water Parks in America
America’s coolest indoor water parks
Those of us who wish to escape the cold and snowy winters have many choices. Tropical climbs are certainly nice, but also take alot of planning, and are difficult to book during the Holidays. Even the most experienced travel agents have trouble finding places that are affordable for the average family. One popular themed winter trip is to haul the family to many of the spectacular indoor water parks in the U.S. These parks have affordable vacation packages, great food, comfortable lodging, and some of the most amazing indoor water features that are able to be used anywhere. This post from Yahoo.com catalogues some of the coolest ones, and may just inspire you to take the family for a water park vacation this Winter!
Here is an excerpt from the post:
Endless summer—that’s the promise of indoor water parks. And with it come surfing contests hundreds of miles from an ocean, waves lapping at pools the size of small lakes, and bright beach towels spread over lounge chairs as snow falls outside the windows.
The coolest indoor water parks keep kids of all ages entertained, from Idaho to Texas to New Hampshire. While some also have outdoor rides that close at summer’s end, nothing can slow down the splashing excitement inside, where air temperatures remain between the high 70s and high 80s year round.
All big indoor water parks have several pools and many slides of different heights and lengths, so we looked for those with something special or unusual. Minnesota’s Water Park of America’s 90-foot-tall Eagle’s Nest Tower anchors four wild slides—one stretching more than a mile—while in Wisconsin, the Klondike Kavern’s Hurricane shoots riders up for a moment of weightlessness.
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