Phoenix Local Water Parks!

Phoenix Local Water Park!

 

BEAT THE PHOENIX SUMMER HEAT at Phoenix Local Water Parks!  When the 100+ days start stringing into weeks, Phoenix locals know just how hot it can get. They also have long known the secrets for beating the heat.

 

If you'd like to keep the cost and travel to a minimum, plan a day trip to a local water park. You'd seriously never know we lived in the desert, with the plethora of water fun available to Phoenix-area residents! 

 

 

The Breakers - Boasting Arizona's "largest wave pool, with 1.3 million gallons of wave pool excitement," The Breakers will actually require a bit of driving, as it is located in Marana, a Tucson suburb about 85 miles south of Phoenix.

 

Kiwanis Park Recreation Center - Much closer to home, Tempe's Kiwanis Park features an indoor pool with 3-foot waves and a 127-foot-long, 15-foot-tall double-spiral water slide. Rafts and tubes also available for rent.

 

Oasis Water Park at Arizona Grand Hotel - OK, here's something you don't encounter everyday: a highBeat the Phoenix heat at Sunsplash in Mesa-end resort with a full-service water park. Features include: eight-story tower with three thrilling water slides; giant wave pool, relaxing river tubing, Wildcat Springs for the kids, and a 25-person hot tub

 

 

Wet 'n' Wild Phoenix - Located just within the City of Phoenix, Wet 'n' Wild features the usual attractions, as well as Dive 'n Movies on Friday nights.

Beat the Phoenix heat at Oasis Water Park

 

Phoenix Local Water Parks!

 

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