Indianapolis Area Water Parks and Aquatic Centers

Splash Island Family Water Park – Splash Island Family Waterpark is one of the main things to do in Plainfield, Indiana, especially during the summer months. Plainfield children love its twisting water slides, its deliciously terrifying vortexes, and the thrilling adventure of its lily pad hop; adults and parents love the cool touch of the clean water, the decadent relaxation of the lazy river, and most of all, the chance for their kids to be happy.
Forest Park Aquatic Center – The Forest Park Aquatic Center in Noblesville, Indiana is a first-class facility with a heated, 10-lane Olympic sized pool and lots of amenities for Indianapolis kids. The pool is newly revamped, with a brand new lining and a new climbing wall. The pool also contains the “Wall of Water,” the new “Splash Pad,”, “Fast Freddie” (a great, twisty water slide Noblesville children adore), “Leapin’ Lizzie,” the Center’s bright pink frog slide, geysers and tons of room to lounge under the oversized umbrellas.
Holiday World and Splashin’ Safari – Spashin’ Safari is the largest water park in Indiana; eight family waterslides, two wave pools, a lazy river,and many other features make a day trip to Splashin Safari unforgettable. One of the most recent slides built is the Bakuli, a winding seven story, spiraling waterslide for families and groups to experience together on one giant inner tube. Hundreds of water play toys and a kiddie pool are the highlight for younger Indiana kids.
Tropicanoe Cove Aquatic Center at Columbian Park – Cannon ball into fun at Columbian Park’s aquatic center, Tropicanoe Cove. Swimmers can enjoy a lazy day floating around Cattail Crik, or go the more adventurous route and take a dip down the Banana Peel tube slide. This Lafayette destination is perfect for a day trip or a weekend splish-splash extravaganza, but don’t forget the sunscreen.
Indy Island Aquatic Center – Also known as Indy Island Aquatic Center, Raymond Park features a huge indoor water park where Indianapolis children and residents love to splash around. Indy Island Aquatic Center is a great Indianapolis attraction for those who love to swim, slide, splash and stay soaked all day. Water fun isn’t the only reason Indy residents visit Raymond Park: the extensive wetlands, prairie lands and hiking trails attract nature lovers galore.
Northwestway Park – Northwestway Park stands out from most other Indianapolis parks because it is home to a 135,000 gallon outdoor aquatic center. The water park features four waterslides, a 25-yard lap swimming area and several pool geysers, spray showers, fountains and dumping buckets. Indianapolis children love Northwestway Park because of the aquatic center, large playgrounds and soccer fields.