When the temperature is up, the whole family will be down to take advantage of Maryland's water parks.
Six Flags America has an interactive play area at the water park, Hurricane Harbor. Splashwater Falls is multi-level with more than 100 features to keep families cool all summer long by playing under waterfalls, spouting geysers, and spraying fountains. A super-sized tipping bucket sits atop the huge play structure dousing everyone below. Parents can take a break and relax on the deck with lounge chairs and umbrellas.
The largest water park in the Ocean City area. Experience the thrill of being shot uphill amidst a torrent of water on the Master Blaster water roller coaster, test your nerves while flying up and down the sides of Stealth, the park’s 45-foot-tall half-pipe slide, or dare to attempt the Aqualoop.
Intended for recreational swimming, the main pool is like a dream vacation on an island resort with palm trees, multiple slides, floating animal rafts, and a “tumble bucket” water feature for children to enjoy. The pool also has a zero-depth entry, making it accessible to all; other main attractions are a 250-foot double water slide and a children's wading pool.
Pools, slides, waterfalls, private cabana rentals & more - the Chesapeake Beach Water Park is family amusement defined.
An attraction for every age; take the little ones to splash around in the Waterin’ Hole, our shallow wading pool featuring a covered wagon, mini-slides, cactus fountains, and water sprays. This Western-themed water park is also home to Cowboy Miniature Golf.
Recently renovated (originally constructed in 1953), the Francis Scott Key Family Resort is a staple in Maryland. The indoor water park is always kept at a perfect 84 degrees, and houses waterfalls, waterslides, pipe falls, and dumping buckets.
Located across Prince George's County, these five splash parks offer slides, waterfalls, and all the necessities to beat the rising summer temps.