New Jersey’s Theme and Water Parks

There are many water and theme parks in New Jersey. Check out this list for more information.

New Jersey’s Theme and Water Parks

Six Flags Great Adventure and Hurricane Harbor

Located in Jackson, this park is one of the biggest in the US. It features roller coasters, thrill, family, and kids rides. It has the world’s tallest and fastest roller coaster in America, “Kingda Ka,” which reaches 456 feet and 128 mph.

Hurricane Harbor is a water park attached to Six Flags Great Adventure. It features water coasters, a wave pool, mat racing, slides, a lazy river, a raft ride and more.

Morey’s Piers

This park is located in Wildwood on the Jersey Shore. It features three boardwalks and over 150 rides including kids, family, thrill and extreme rides.

This park also has two water parks: Ocean Oasis Water Park and Beach Club and Raging Waters Water Park. Both water parks offer slides, kids activities, lazy rivers and more.

The Funplex

The Funplex is an amusement park that has two locations in East Hanover and Mt. Laurel. These facilities feature bumper cars, laser tag, thrill rides, arcades and each location has a water park, Splashplex. Both Splashplex locations have slides, pools, and lazy rivers.

Mountain Creek Water Park

This water park is located in Vernon and has over 20 rides and slides and has a spray ground, alpine mountain coaster, sky ride, wave pool and more.

Steel Pier

This park is located in Atlantic City and features a carousel, bumper cars, a Ferris wheel, a small roller coaster and more. It is advertised as “1,000 Feet of Over-the-Ocean Fun.”

Playland’s Castaway Cove

This park is located in Ocean City and features over 30 rides including four roller coasters, a water ride, swing rides, kids rides, a merry-go-round and more.

Casino Pier and Breakwater Beach

Casino Pier is located in Seaside Heights on the Jersey Shore and features roller coasters, spinning rides, a funhouse, a Ferris wheel, drop rides and more.

Breakwater Beach is a water park located next to Casino Pier and features a wave pool, lazy river, slides, mat racing, a kids play area, a hot tub and more.

CoCo Key Water Resort

This park is located in Mt. Laurel and is New Jersey’s largest indoor water park. It features a lazy river, slides, a zero depth entry pool, and an indoor and outdoor spa.

Clementon Park and Splash World

This park is located in Clementon and features thrill rides, family rides, and children’s rides. “Hellcat,” a wooden roller coaster that has a 110-foot drop, is one of the most popular rides.

Splash World is located next to Clementon Park and features slides, mat racing, a wave pool, a lazy river, a kids play area and more.

Gillian’s Wonderland Pier

This park is located in Ocean City and features a boardwalk with a carousel, log flume, drop tower, Ferris wheel, small roller coaster, bumper cars and more.

Splash Zone Water Park

Located in Wildwood on the Jersey Shore, this park features 16 attractions including slides, a lazy river, a raft ride, a surfing simulator and more.

Sahara Sam’s Oasis

Located in West Berlin, this water park features a wave pool, surf simulators, body and tube slides, activity pools, a raft ride and more. It is open year round and is indoors.

Smaller New Jersey Theme and Water Parks

Getting Help

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