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Arizona Water Parks

Where to Find Wet Fun in the Dry State


Arizona Water Parks

The Arizona water park, Wet 'n' Wild Phoenix, has lots of thrilling rides.

Wet 'n' Wild Phoenix. Used with permission.

To say that it gets hot in Arizona is, of course, a ridiculous understatement. And all that nonsense about "it's a dry heat," doesn't really cut it when the mercury soars past 95 degrees, which is fairly routine in the summer. You could stay inside all day. Or you could head to one of the state's many water parks and cool down.

The biggest water park in Arizona is Wet ’n’ Wild Phoenix. In fact, it is one of the biggest water parks anywhere. There are plenty of other places to get wet. The parks are arranged alphabetically. Click on one for more details.

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Big Surf
A good-sized outdoor water park.

The Breakers
A relatively small outdoor water park.

Golfland Sunsplash
Large outdoor water park.

Kiwanis Park Recreation Center
Indoor water park with wave pool and water slides.

The Oasis at Pointe South Mountain Resort
Outdoor water park water park for resort guests only.

Waterworld Safari
Note that the park is now known as Wet ’n’ Wild Phoenix. (See below.)

Wet ’n’ Wild Phoenix
Large outdoor water park.

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