The Lake Erie vacation spot is, of course, home to the world-famous amusement park, Cedar Point. With the growing number of water parks in Sandusky (one of which is operated by Cedar Point itself), there is more fun to be had than the lakeside park's renowned collection of roller coasters and thrill rides. And since the indoor parks are weather-proof, the fun now continues year-round.
Discover where to get wet throughout Ohio. Indoor water parks are arranged alphabetically.
CoCo Key Water Resort at Cherry Valley Lodge
Medium-sized indoor waterpark resort
CoCo Key Water Resort at the Crowne Plaza Cincinnati
Part of the CoCo Key indoor waterparks
Fort Rapids Waterpark Resort at the Holiday Inn Columbus East
Medium-sized indoor water park.
Great Wolf Lodge
Indoor park open to registered hotel guests.
One of the largest indoor water parks in the world. Open to hotel guests and general public.
Maui Sands Indoor Water Park Resort
Splash Bay Resort
Maumee, Ohio (near Toledo)
Comparatively small indoor water park that is open to hotel guests and general public.