Iowa is home to a variety of water and theme parks. Adventureland is the most popular and has the biggest assortment of roller coasters. You can learn more about Adventureland and Iowa’s other water and amusement parks here.
Iowa’s Theme and Water Parks
This is Iowa’s biggest amusement park and is in Altoona. It offers a wide selection of rides including three wooden roller coasters and two steel roller coasters. “The Monster” is one of the most popular roller coasters and reaches a speed of 65 mph. The other popular rides include “Outlaw,” “Tornado,” and “Space Shot.”
Adventure Bay is a water park that is part of Adventureland and included with admission. It features a wave pool, a lazy river, a raft ride, slides, and more.
This park is located in Arnolds Park and is a traditional amusement park. The park has free admission and visitors have to pay per ride. Its attractions include thrill rides, family rides, and kid rides. One of the most popular rides is the “Legend,” a wooden roller coaster that is the 13th oldest wooden roller coaster in the world.
Located in Dubuque, this indoor water park features a lazy river, body and tube slides, a water play structure, and whirlpool spas. It is Iowa’s first themed indoor water park.
Located in Burlington, this small water park has both indoor and outdoor attractions. The indoor attractions include water slides, a water play structure, a lazy river, and a splash pad. The indoor water park features a channel river, swimming pool, kids play areas, and a hot tub.
Located in Storm Lake, this small indoor and outdoor water park features a lazy river, two water slides, an activity pool, a splash pad, and a zero-depth entry pool. One of the most popular attractions is the Electric Eel, a raft ride that has visual and audio effects.
This outdoor water park is in Waterloo and features a Polynesian theme. It features a wave pool, lazy river, tube slides, raft rides, and more.
This indoor water park is located at Bridges Bay Resort near Arnold Park. The water park features slides, a water play center, and a lazy river. The resort offers other activities including a zip line, outdoor pools, and dining and lodging.
Located in Ottumwa, this small outdoor water park features an indoor pool that is open year-round, a wave pool, water slides, and sand volleyball.
This indoor water park is located in Williamsburg and offers water slides, a water activity pool, wading pool, and a water play structure with multiple levels.
Unfortunately, fun at an amusement park or a water park can turn dangerous. 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.