The guide is arranged alphabetically by U.S. state. This page includes what's new for the 2010 season at selected water parks in U.S. states from Alabama to New Mexico.
The next page includes what's new for the 2010 season at selected water parks in U.S. states from New York to Wisconsin plus Canada.
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Boogie Blast- Wave simulator surfing ride.
CALIFORNIAHurricane Harbor at Six Flags Magic Mountain
Mr. Six's Splash Island- An interactive water play structure for younger guests that will include slides, sprayers, a dump bucket, and other wet fun.
Legoland Water Park
Carlsbad (near San Diego), CA
New water park
The relatively small water park (5.5 acres), which will be tucked inside the theme park, will require an additional fee. Legoland's water park, like the rest of its attractions, will be geared for the 12-and-under set.
San Dimas, CA
Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror- Themed water slide with projected images and other special effects.
Splash Canyon Waterpark
New water park- Scheduled to open in 2010.
Lil’ Kahuna’s Waterworks- Interactive water play area for young children.
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DELAWAREFind Delaware Water Parks
FLORIDAAquatica Water Park at SeaWorld Orlando
Passengers in two-person rafts will soar through the ride's semi-opaque tubes and into a series of mini-funnels that will send them careening, half-pipe style, up and down the funnels' walls. Riders should expect pops of airtime as they make their way through the three funnels.
GEORGIASix Flags White Water
Marietta (near Atlanta), GA
Wiggles Water World
The Six Flags water park will introduce an interactive water play area based on the popular Wiggles TV show. Geared to younger children, the new attraction will include small slides, sprayers, water cannons, and other wet fun.
ILLINOISFind Illinois Water Parks
INDIANASplashin' Safari at Holiday World
Santa Claus, Indiana
Indiana's Holiday World will boast a record-breaker in 2010 when it unleashes Wildebeest, the industry's longest water coaster, at its adjacent Splashin' Safari water park. How long? With 1710 feet, or one-third mile of track, Wildebeest will deliver a two-and-a-half minute ride featuring uphill surges powered by magnetically charged linear induction motors.
- Read more about Wildebeest
- Wildebeest Water Coaster Preview Photo Gallery
- Wildebeest Water Coaster General Preview Video
- Wildebeest Water Coaster Point-of-View Preview Video
Wailua Kapua- Hydromagnetic water coaster will use magnetic force to propel rafts uphill. Find More Iowa Water Parks
KANSASGreat Wolf Lodge indoor water park resort
Kansas City, Kansas
The Triple Twist- 5-story tall slide with three mini-funnels.
Bowling Green, KY
Water park expansion
Beech Bend will be adding a wave pool, water play structure, and lazy river to its water park.
LOUISIANAFind Louisiana Water Parks
MAINEFind Maine Water Parks
MARYLANDFind Maryland Water Parks
MASSACHUSETTSSix Flags New England
Agawam, MA (near Springfield, MA and Hartford, CT)
Mr. Six's Splash Island
The enormous Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park, which is included with general admission to Six Flags New England, will get even bigger with the debut of a new area designed for younger guests. It will include a wave pool, an interactive lazy river, water fountains, and (for an additional fee), private cabanas.
MICHIGANFind Michigan Water Parks
MINNESOTAFind Minnesota Water Parks
MISSISSIPPIFind Mississippi Water Parks
MISSOURIFind Missouri Water Parks
MONTANAFind Montana Water Parks
NEBRASKAFind Nebraska Water Parks
NEVADAFind Nevada Water Parks
NEW HAMPSHIREFind New Hampshire Water Parks
NEW JERSEYSix Flags Great Adventure
The adjacent water park, Hurricane Harbor (which requires a separate admission from Great Adventure), will get a new funnel ride this season.
NEW MEXICOFind New Mexico Water Parks
Next Page: The 2010 Season Water park Slide Guide continues with parks from New York to Wisconsin and Canada.