Splash Away Your Stress at These Water Parks in Delaware
Jul 25, 2019
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Delaware is a host to numerous water parks with unique themes and exciting activities. Since the state experiences extreme winters, the parks are open only from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
The largest in Delaware, Jungle Jim’s River Safari Water Park is located at the Rehoboth Beach. Major attractions of this safari-themed park include lazy river, kid's spray ground, wave pool.
The park also offers you an array of activities like, mini golf, batting cages, bumper boats, and a lot more.
If you are planning your visit during twilight, make sure you arrange your passes beforehand.
Viking Golf & Go Karts, Thunder Lagoon Water Park is situated at the Fenwick Island. Appealing feature of the park is the tilted Viking ship.
Beware of the 250 gallons of water splashed upon you by the ship.
Do not miss the boardwalk section and Viking Village hosting a carnival fare that offers munchies like, funnel cake, hot dogs, beach fries, popcorn, etc.
Killens Pond Water Park, located at the state park in Felton is constructed near a man-made pond.
Take a walk through the lake and hop on the floating lily pads designed to cross the lake.
Have fun with the Splash Poll connected with ground water jets and water toys. You can also also enjoy camping, hiking or simply spent some family time at the playground and picnic spot.
White Water Mountain At Midway Speedway Park, Rehoboth beach offers Delaware's fastest water slide. Enjoy fire mountain mini golf, 5 speedway tracks, 10 racing tracks, dune buggies, gravity storm, etc.
Relax in the pool or have some adventure in the water rides, spending the best of your time at these waterparks in delaware.
Some tips to make your day even more fulfilling
Follow all the rules and warnings.
Apply ample amount of sun block.
Wear a life jacket/ vest before entering the pool.
Keep your kids away from shallow waters.
Keep in mind the ‘4 toos’ (Do not get too tired, Do not get too cold, Do not go too far, Do not get too exposed to the sun.)