Phoenix Waterparks

Phoenix Waterparks

Wet N Wild Waterpark

Formerly Golfland, this waterpark had a major overhaul in 2008-2009 adding more than 10 water slides to the already existing 20 slides. It is now the largest water park in Arizona. Click here for more information

Location: North Phoenix, Pinnacle Peak Road

Website: Wet N Wild Waterpark

Big Surf Waterpark

Big Surf, in Tempe, has more than 10 water attractions including water slides, tube rides, and Waikiki wave pool

Website: Big Surf

Big Surf waterpark

Big Surf waterpark

Golfland Sunsplash

Sunsplash, in Mesa, is home to a huge indoor arcade, several mini golf courses, bumper boats and water slides, lazy river, and wave pool.

Website: Golfland Sunsplash

Splash Pads around Phoenix

Splash pads are a fun and free way to cool off  in the summer. They can be found throughout the Valley.

Tempe Splash Playground, at Tempe Town Lake and at Tempe Beach Park near the entrance to the park at Rio Salado Parkway and Mill Avenue.

Aquatic Playground Splash Pad in Glendale, Arizona located at 83rd Avenue and Bethany Home Road. Peoria's Rio Vista Park at Thunderbird and the 101 has splashpads. Splash pads are also located within the shopping courtyards (near theater) at Westgate in Glendale.

Cool off at The Chuparosa Park Spray Pad at 2400 S. Dobson Rd. and Desert Breeze Park located at 660 N. Desert Breeze Chandler.

The Espee Park Spray Pad is located at 450 E. Knox, between Arizona Avenue and McQueen Road.

Vista del Camino Park is located at 7700 E. Roosevelt. This park is located in the Indian Bend Wash complex, near Hayden Road.

The spray pad at Paiute Park is at 3210 N. 66th street,

Visit Scottsdale's McCormick Stillman Railroad Park, 7301 E. Indian Bend Road, Agua Linda Park, 8732 E. McDonald, or La Mirada Park located at 8950 E. Pinnacle Peak Road to cool off this summer.

The Chesnutt Park spray pad is at 4565 N. Granite Reef Road.

Pima Park  at 8600 E. Thomas Road has a spray pad.

Anthem Outlet Mall offers a newly designed play area with splash pads for the little ones. West side of I-17 exit. 229 North of Phoenix

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