Nevada’s Theme and Water Parks

Nevada has more than just Las Vegas casinos. Check out this list of water parks and theme parks in Nevada!

Nevada’s Theme and Water Parks

Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas

This outdoor water park is located in Las Vegas and opened in 2013. It is advertised as “Nevada’s #1 Water Park.” The park has 12 attractions including slides, a wave pool, mat racing, a lazy river, and a kids play area. The most popular attraction is “Tornado,” a tube water slide that has swirling waters and zero gravity. Its second most popular attraction is “Red Rock Bay,” a wave pool that has intense waves.


This theme park is located in Las Vegas and features roller coasters, swing rides, spinning rides, family rides, kids rides, roller skating, rock climbing, mini golf, bumper cars, an arcade and more. It is home to the “Canyon Blaster,” which is “the world’s only indoor double-loop, double-corkscrew roller coaster.”

Cowabunga Bay Las Vegas

This outdoor water park is located in Henderson and features over 25 attractions including a heated pool, a kids play area, a lazy river, wave pool, water slides and raft rides. It is home to “Wild Surf,” the largest man-made wave in the world. One of the most popular slides is the “Beach Blanket Banzai,” a thrill slide that is over 600-feet long and features turns, dips and drops.

Wild Island Water Park

This water park is located in Sparks and is geared toward families. It features body slides, tube slides, a river, an interactive playhouse for kids, a wave pool, a kids pool, mat racing, and a bar. One of the most popular rides at this park is “Red Viper,” a body slide that takes riders down six stories.

Buffalo Bill’s Hotel and Casino

This theme park is located outside of Las Vegas in Primm. It features a roller coaster, water ride, an arcade, a kids ride and a virtual roller coaster. “The Desperado,” is the most popular ride at this theme park and is advertised as “one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in North America” and was ranked among the top 10 in the country.

The Stratosphere Tower

The Stratosphere Tower is the tallest observation tower in the United States and is located in Las Vegas. From this tower, you can see thrill rides like “Big Shot,” a drop ride; “Insanity,” a mechanical arm that spins; and “X-Scream,” a headfirst ride that lets riders experience weightlessness.

The Big Apple Coaster

This roller coaster is located in Las Vegas and features a 180-degree spiral, drops, and loops. Famous New York attractions like a model of The Statue of Liberty and models of other Manhattan buildings surround the ride.

The High Roller

The High Roller is located in Las Vegas at The Linq on the Strip. It is 550-feet tall and is the “world’s biggest Ferris wheel.”

Getting Help

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