North Dakota does not have any big theme or amusement parks. North Dakota’s main parks are Raging Rivers Water Park and Splashers of the South Seas Water Park. Besides these two parks, it has a few really small water parks and two small amusement parks. Check out this list of North Dakota’s theme and water parks!
North Dakota’s Theme and Water Parks
This park is located in Mandan and is open in the summer months, June through August. It features a lazy river, kids play area, two speed slides, and two tube slides. The speed slides are some of the most popular attractions and are 660-feet tall.
This is the largest indoor water park in North Dakota and is located in Grand Forks. It features water slides, tube rides, a hot tub, an activity pool, a lazy river, and a kids play area. The park is open year round and are open to the public as well as hotel guests.
This amusement park is located in Fargo and does not feature typical amusement park rides; it is really just a family entertainment center. It features mini golf, an arcade, go karts, bumper cars, laser tag, and batting cages.
This small amusement park is located in Bismarck and geared toward kids. It features a slide, Ferris wheel, mini-golf, go-karts and more.
This water park is open to hotel guests, as well as the public and is located in Casselton. It features a two-story slide, a kids play area, two swimming pools, a hot tub, water sports and more.
This water park features one of the largest water slides and pools in the region and is located in Mayville. It also has a water playground for kids.
This park is located in Watford City and features two tower slides, a children’s play area, hot tub and more.
Smaller North Dakota Water Parks
- Roosevelt Park Pool
- Shipwreck Bay
- West River Community Center
- Williston Area Recreation Center Splashdown Water Park
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