Kentucky’s main theme park is Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay; however, there are many other smaller water parks and theme parks. If you are visiting Kentucky this summer, or you live in Kentucky, you may want to visit one of their amusement parks or water parks. Learn more about them here.
Kentucky’s Theme and Water Parks
Kentucky Kingdom is Kentucky’s largest theme park. It features roller coasters, a Ferris wheel, a river raft ride, spinning rides, kids play areas, and more. “Kentucky Flyer” is one of the newest rides and is a wooden roller coaster. USA Today named this ride one of 2019’s new most anticipated roller coasters.
Hurricane Bay is a water park that is included with admission to Kentucky Kingdom. This water park has two wave pools, a lazy river, adventure river, thirteen water slides and rides, and more. One of the most popular rides in the water park is America’s tallest body slide, “Deep Water Dive.” This water park also has an interactive kids play area and an uphill water coaster.
Beech Bend is an amusement park located in Bowling Green and features three small coasters, spinning rides, a drop ride and more. One of the most popular rides is the “Kentucky Rumbler,” a wooden roller coaster. This ride was the 5th best new ride in 2006 and currently ranked in the top 33 wooden roller coasters worldwide.
Splash Lagoon is a water park in Beech Bend and is included with admission. It features a flying saucer ride, a lazy river, a wave pool and more.
This outdoor water park is located in Eddyville and features tube slides, body slides, a wave pool, and a kids play area. One of the most popular attractions is the “Dueling Demons Speed Slides,” two body slides that are seven stories high.
Located in Williamsburg, this outdoor water park features a lazy river, wave pool, kids play area, tube slides, body slides and more.
This outdoor water park is located in Somerset and features a wave pool, lazy river, and slides. It has the largest lazy river in the state.
Located in Richmond, this small water park features four slides, a lap pool, diving boards, and more.
Located in Cave City, this small theme park features riding stables, an alpine slide, mini golf, a zip line, bumper cars, go carts, cave tours, a trampoline, and more.
This small theme park is in Cave City and Wild West-themed. It reopened in 2018 after it temporarily closed.
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