Amusement Parks and Water Parks
Where to go in the Twin Cities for thrill, chills, and spills.
1302 Midway Parkway, St. Paul
Description: This new addition to the Twin Cities features rides for young and old alike. Take a ride on the spinning teacups or battle it out at the water balloon battle area.
The Park at MOA
Mall of America, 5000 Center Court, Bloomington
Description: This is the nations largest indoor amusement park featuring over seven-acres of entertainment and more than 25 rides.
1 Valleyfair Drive, Shakopee
Description: Valleyfair is celebrating 30 years of entertaining family's with rides, games, shows and waterpark. The new addition to the park is the Xtreme Swing which takes riders up 125 feet and whirls them through the air at speeds of nearly 60 mph.
Anoka Aquatic Center
1551 7th Avenue North, Anoka
Description: An outdoor aquatic center featuring a pool with 200 foot slide, sprinklers and fountains, diving boards, and outdoor play structure.
Apple Valley Family Aquatic Center
14421 Johny Cake Ridge Road, Apple Valley
Description: An outdoor aquatic center with pool, two giant water slides, two small water slides and fountains.
Battle Creek Waterpark
2401 Upper Afton Road, Maplewood
Description: This aquatic center features both a shallow pool and activity pool. The activity pool features a swim area, three-story waterslide and lily pad water walk.
Bloomington Family Aquatic
201 East 90th Street, Bloomington
Description: An outdoor aquatic center with pool, water slides and diving boards.
Bunker Beach Water Park
Bunker Hills Regional Park, 550 Bunker Lake Blvd, Conn Rapids
Description: A large outdoor pool that includes four feet of artificial surf and a kid-friendly adventure pool too.
North Lexington Parkway and Horton Avenue, St. Paul
Description: Look for a place to take your youngster for swimming lessons? This pool offers swimming lessons and adult lap swimming in addition to a diving well, wading pool and rain trees.
225 3rd Avenue South, Minneapolis
Description: This unique center features both an indoor skating rink and waterpark. One three-story water slide and several smaller slides for younger children; fountains and geysers. Party and group packages are available.
Eagan's Cascade Bay
1360 Civic Center Drive, Eagan
Description: An outdoor waterpark featuring a leasure pool, Twin Falls, Shipwreck Cove, lazy river and Sandpiper Beach.
Edina Aquatic Center
4300 W. 66th Street, Edina
Description: An outdoor pool with diving boards, slides and lounge chairs.
Grand Rios Indoor Water Park Hotel
6900 Lakeland Avenue North, Brooklyn Park
Description: Indoor waterpark which includes the "Hurricane Plunge" a four-story water tower featuring body and tube slides. For adults, the 500 foot 'Lazy River,' two spas, basketball, and a sports pool.
Hastings Family Aquatic Center
901 Maple Street, Hastings
Description: An outdoor pool with two water slides, fountains,water rides and play structure.
Oak Hill Park Splash Pad
3400 Rhode Island Avenue, St. Louis Park
Description: This pool was designed with tiny tots and little ones in-mind. The pool has depths ranging from 5 inches to 2 feet and admission to the pool is free.
St. Louis Park Outdoor Aquatic Center
3700 Monterey Drive, St. Louis Park
Description: This outdoor waterpark has winding slides, lap pool, water playground and a picnic gazebo.
Tropics Indoor Waterpark
Shoreview Community Center, 4600 North Victoria Street, Shoreview
Description: An indoor water park with a three-story water slide. The park also features a water walk, water sports, and offers birthday party packages.
Water Park of America
Grand Lodge Hotel, 1700 American Blvd. E, Bloomington
Description: Minnesota's newest and the nation's largest indoor water park. This place has it all, with the surf simulator, spas, tubes and body slides, and 3500 foot interactive play area.
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Wild Mountain Water Park, Alpine Slides & Go-Karts
37200 Wild Mountain Rd
Taylors Falls, MN 55084
Birthday parties available, both at the water park in the summer time and at their snow tubing in the winter time.
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