It’s still a little cold outside but you can still enjoy a little swimming in Minnesota’s water parks. If you have been cooped up all winter and have cabin fever this is a great way to spend the day. Most of the indoor water parks are at hotels and resorts and require a day pass. This is a great activity for little kids as most water parks have special kiddie pools with fountains and slides. Other water parks are designed for older kids and adults and have long tube slides, floating inner tube rides, and whirl pools.
Some of the local Twin Cities water parks include:
Tropics Indoor Waterpark and Playground – St. Paul – adult $8, Youth (1-17 yrs) $7, family $28
The Grove Aquatics Waterpark – Inver Grove Heights – single $7.50, 4 person family $19.50
Safari Island Waterpark – Waconia – adult $8.75, Youth $7.75
Water Park of America – Bloomington – Prices start at $15 each
The Depot Waterpark – Minneapolis – Prices start at $20 each