Indiana is home to two main water and theme parks and a few smaller ones. A visit to these parks is a great way to start off the summer! If you are interested in learning more about Indiana’s amusement parks, read on.
Indiana’s Theme and Water Parks
This is one of Indiana’s main theme parks and is located in Santa Claus. This park was originally a Christmas themed park but now it has areas that are themed for other holidays including Thanksgiving, Halloween, and the Fourth of July.
It offers a variety of rides including three wooden roller coasters that are some of the best in the world. Recently, they opened a ride called “Thunderbird,” which is the nation’s first launched wing coaster.
Splashin’ Safari is the water park included with admission to Holiday World and was named the best water park in the nation by USA Today. It features family rides, two wave pools, and water activities for children.
This park is located in Monticello and is also one of the main parks in Indiana. The amusement park offers thrill rides, family rides, and kids rides. One of the most popular rides is the “Hoosier Hurricane,” a wooden roller coaster with turns and drops that skim the edge of the waters of Lake Shafer.
The water park features six water slides, a lazy river, a small water coaster, and Splash Bash, a water playground with fountains, waterfalls, and splashes. Water park admission is included with the amusement park.
This outdoor park is part of the Deep River County Park and features a half-million gallon wave pool, an 800 foot lazy river, water slides, and a children’s play area. It is home to “Double Dueling Cannon Bowl Ride,” the world’s first dueling bowl tube rides.
This is a small outdoor water park located in Kokomo. It features a water slide, lazy river, and two pools.
Located in Columbia City, this family entertainment center offers a few small rides along with go-karts, mini-golf, batting cages, an arcade, and more. Some of the rides include the “Frog Hopper,” “Himalaya,” and “Twister.” This park is for children but there are fun things to do for all ages.
Both of these zoos feature small amusement rides for kids.
Parks such as those in Indiana are fun, but they can also present dangers. If you or someone you know has suffered an injury from a park, contact us to get the representation that you need. To set up a free consultation, call us at 833-487-8543.