Your top 5 water parks in the worldWhich are your favorites?
From Giovanny CruzI want to know what are your top 5 water parks in the world.
Posted October 22, 2011 at 3:18 PM
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From Giovanny CruzMy top 5 are. 1.Wet and wild. 2.Blizard beach 3. Aquatica. 4.Adventure Island 5.Tyfoon lagoon
Posted October 22, 2011 at 6:01 AM
From Andrew MooneyI've only been to three water parks but they are all amazing. In order they are:
Posted October 23, 2011 at 2:23 AM
1. Typhoon Lagoon
Wild Wadi has a very high level of detail rivalling Disney's parks. You don't see any metal scaffolding or cheap looking chutes. Whats more is that they brought out a water coaster years before Disney that not only goes uphill but has several different paths taking the total ride time to well over ten minutes.
In fact, I'm in the current creative process to envisage such a ride at Blizzard Beach, that lets guests choose different paths on a separate mountain range at the back of the park. It would also lead off from the lazy river requiring no need to walk on or stand in line.
From Lauren HayhurstTyphoon Lagoon is by far my favourite. Cazn only really compare it to BB, however, as River Country's gone (although I liked this one in its heyday) and Water Mania can't possibly still be floating around (get it?)...
Posted October 23, 2011 at 5:48 AM
I found BB a bit bland and concrete-y. The rides were good, but Typhoon Lagoon does it for me, with the wave pool, hands down, plus, the lush vegetation and amazing lazy river sells it everytime...
From chris cona1. Blizzard Beach 2. Typhoon Lagoon 3. Wet and Wild 4. Wildwood waves 5. Surf
Posted October 23, 2011 at 6:05 AM
From Mike Gallagher1. Typhoon Lagoon
Posted October 23, 2011 at 10:47 AM
2. Splashin' Safari at Holiday World
3. Wildwater Kingdom at Dorney Park.
I've never been to Schlitterbahn in Texas, but I've heard and read it's the one to beat.
From Manny Rodriguez1. Wet an wild 2.typhoon lagoon. 3. Bilizzard beach 4 aquatica and I have no other choices and I just can't figure out any other ones I have been to you
Posted October 23, 2011 at 12:33 PM
From AJ HummelAs I have not been to Florida, all (correction: most) of these are places that haven't appeared on anyone else's list yet.
Posted October 24, 2011 at 11:20 AM
1. Holiday World's Splashin' Safari
From Mike GallagherAJ, ya musta missed my list! Hey, I'm a poet and don't know it!
Posted October 24, 2011 at 3:08 AM
From Skipper AdamSchlitterbahn New Braunfels- the inventor of the water coaster and manufacturer for most other water slides in Amercia. It's such an ignored park but that's because it's not near a theme park.
Posted October 24, 2011 at 8:27 AM
As cool as the landscapes are at Disney waterparks, Schiltterbahn has taken to themeing the rides. They have a jungle cruise like ride with animatronic animals. They have a dragon themed water coaster with pyrotechnics and special effects and many other rides.
It's also huge. Massive. In fact it's like two water parks that guest have to take trams to get to the other side. Often voted best water park and winner of many awards, the gem is a great secret.
From Ashleigh NoadI love my water parks just as much as I love theme parks.
Posted October 26, 2011 at 5:34 AM
1. Typhoon Lagoon
Though I am envious of those of you who have experienced the amazing water park in Dubai (the name now has disappeared from my mind). It looks absolutely brilliant and have heard nothing but good things from people who have been.
From Bob LiebeI'm SHOCKED!!! No love for the Wisconsin Dells!? It's called the Waterpark Capital of the World for a reason!!! I've only been to 2 other water parks that weren't in the Dells. So my list isn't the most well rounded.
Posted October 26, 2011 at 2:02 PM
5. Rainbow Falls (Plover, WI)
4. Kalahari Resort (Wisconsin Dells, WI)
3. Wet & Wild (Orlando, FL)
2. Noah's Ark (Wisconsin Dell's, WI)
1. Mt. Olympus Resort (Wisconsin Dells, WI)
It gets cold in WI so it suprises me that it's the waterpark capital, but the Parks are really good so the title is deserving! If you like theme parks / waterparks I'd suggest taking a visit to the Wisconsin Dells sometime in your life!
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