Water parks in Pennsylvania, as of September 2015, include Dutch Springs in Bethlehem, Wildwater Kingdom in Allentown, Hershey Park in Hershey, and Great Wolf Lodge and Sandcastle Water Park in West Mifflin. Other Pennsylvania water parks are Camelbeach Mountain Water Park in Tannersville, Splash Lagoon in Eerie, Aquatopia Indoor Water Park, Kalahari Resorts Waterpark in Pocono Mountains and Carousel Water and Fun Park in Beach Lake.Continue Reading
Camelbeach Water Park features waterslides, a roller coaster, a wave pool, a beach with lazy river and an adventure zone. As of September 2015, Camelbeach is the largest outdoor water park in Pennsylvania. Aquatopia, also located at the Camelback Lodge, is the largest indoor water park in the northeastern United States and is open year-round with a transparent roof for sun tanning. The park features seven pools over two levels, a surf pool, swim up bar, 13 waterslides and private cabanas.
Splash Lagoon features a wave pool, water basketball, an agility course and the Aqua Tumbler, an inversion water ride. There are also several water slides, a ropes course, laser tag, arcades and a children's area. Splash Lagoon also has a lazy river where guests can float around the park on inner tubes. Kalahari Resorts Waterpark is an indoor park featuring a children's play area, water basketball, several slides and a lounge area.Learn more about Geography