While Minnesota only has two main theme and amusement parks, it has many water parks. Below is a list of theme and water parks in Minnesota. Refer to this list if you want to visit a Minnesota park this summer.
Minnesota’s Theme and Water Parks
This is one of the largest indoor theme parks in the world and is one of two main parks in Minnesota. It is located in the Mall of America. Its attractions include swing rides, a carousel, bumper cars, roller coasters, and more. The park has thrill rides, family kids, and kid rides. One of the most popular attractions is “Pepsi Orange Streak,” a thrill roller coaster.
This park is located in Shakopee and one of two main theme parks in Minnesota. It features roller coasters, a Ferris wheel, swing rides, spinning rides, and more. One of the most popular roller coasters is the “Corkscrew,” a roller coaster that has loops and drops.
Soak City is a water park located next to Valleyfair that is included with admission. It features a wave pool, water slides, a lazy river, and a kids play area.
This water park, located in Taylors Falls, features water slides, go karts, and more. The park has two alpine slides that stretch 1,700 feet and take you down a mountain. One of the most popular attractions at this park is the “FreefallXP” that allows you to jump from a platform onto a big airbag.
This park is located in Alexandria and is part of the Arrowwood Resort. It features tube slides, a body slide, a whirlpool spa, a lazy river and a childrens play area. In 2016, Arrowwood Alexandria was voted Best Family Resort and Water Park by SUN Media Group.
This indoor water park is part of the chain and is located in Bloomington. It features slides, a body board simulator, a water fort tree house, a lazy river, an activity pool, and more. One of the most popular rides is “Alberta Falls,” a tube ride for two people that is four stories high.
This water park is located in Thief River Falls and features water slides, a lazy river, a kids play center and more.
This water park is located at the Edgewater Resort in Duluth. It features a lazy river, arcade, water playground, a body slide, and a tube slide. It is home to Minnesota’s first vortex pool.
This water park is located in Baxter and features a tube slide, body slide, a zero-depth entry pool, a lazy river, and more. One of the most popular attractions is the body slide which is four stories tall.
This amusement park is located in St. Paul and is geared toward younger children. It has kiddie rides, family rides, and thrill rides, along with attractions like a splash zone and foam parties.
This water park is located at the Elk River Holiday Inn in Elk River and features water slides, a lazy river, and a pool.
This water park is located in Eagan and features seven water slides, an activity pool, and a lazy river.
Smaller Water Parks in Minnesota
- Bunker Beach in Coon Rapids
- The Great Serengeti in Owatonna
- Nisswa Family Fun Water Park in Nisswa
- Thumper Pond Resort Water Park in Ottertail
- Rapid River Lodge Water Park in Baxter
- Three Bear Water Park at the Holiday Inn Express in Baxter
- The Tropics in Shoreview
- Venetian Indoor Water Park at the Holiday Inn Arbor Lakes in Maple Grove
How to Get Help
Amusement parks and water parks can be great fun. However, they present dangers as well. If you or someone you know has suffered an injury from a park, contact us to get the representation that you need. We handle cases related to amusement park injuries, water park injuries, carnival injuries, fair injuries, and festival injuries.