Frontier City and White Water Bay are operated by Six Flags and some of the most popular amusement and water parks in Oklahoma. Check out these water and amusement parks in Oklahoma below!
Oklahoma’s Theme and Water Parks
This amusement park is part of the Six Flags chain and is located in Oklahoma City. It features roller coasters, thrill rides, family rides, kids rides and more. One of the most popular rides is “Brain Drain,” a relatively new roller coaster that stops while riders are upside down and 72 feet in the air.
This water park is located in Tulsa and features a lazy river, wave pool, slides that are over four stories tall, an activity pool, a water coaster, a zero entry pool and more. This is an outdoor water park is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
This outdoor water park is located in Oklahoma City and is part of the Six Flags chain. It features sixteen water slides, a wave pool, lazy river, an activity pool, a kids play area and more. “Mega Wedgie” is one of the most popular slides and is 277-feet long.
This indoor water park is located in Clinton and is open year round. It features a wave pool, lazy river, slides, a kids play area and more.
This park is located in Norman and is a family entertainment center. It features laser tag, an arcade, mini bowling, bumper cars, go-karts, a climbing wall and more. It also features a small water park that has a lazy river, kids play area, mat racing, slides and more.
This water park is located in Lawton and features a wave pool, water slides, a lazy river, an arcade and more.
This outdoor water park is located in Enid and has slides, a lazy river, an activity pool, a play area and more.
This water park is located in Muskogee and has two water slides, a lazy river, a zero depth entry pool and more.
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