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Minnesota water parks

Enjoy all year round family fun at Minnesota's famous water parks

Water parks in Minnesota In Minnesota you can take advantage of and enjoy yourself through a wide range of both indoor and outdoor activities from various water parks. It does not matter how the weather looks like, Minnesota water parks have many activities that you can access any time of the year.

Some of the famous indoor activities that access are splash games, pool games and sand volley ball which is available at different venues. Some of the parks that offer indoor activities are the Arrow wood resort in Alexandria, Edge Indoor Water Park in Duluth and Grand Rios Indoor Water Park resort in Brooklyn Park, and Water Park of America in Bloomington.

Some other themed water parks are Great Serengeti in Owatonna, Paul Bunyan Indoor Water Park in Baxter and Marriot Depot Water Park in Minneapolis. Other famous places are Northern Hideaway indoor Water Park at Thumper Pond Resort in Ottertail, 7 Clans Casino, Hotel and Water park in Thief River Falls and Soak City in Shakopee. Still there are lots of indoor opportunities at the Three bear lodge Water Park in Baxter, The Tropics in Shoreview, the Venetian indoor Water Park in Maple Grove, and Wild Woods indoor Water Park in Elk River. I know this is a lot to digest, but look these up depending on your choices of amenities. Minnesota will be happy to entertain you with our numerous options.

On the other hand, if you are interested in large outdoor activities such as skiing, interactive kidís games, water slides, log water walk or lap pool, you can find them at the following parks. The Bunker beach in Coon Rapids, Cascade Bay in Eagan and Jim Lupient Water Park in Minneapolis are great options as well. These parks have a lot to offer in terms of great opportunities for children, youth and even adults to explore the natural environment and also have fun.

During the summer time some parks like ones in Duluth emulate hot temperatures which are commonly found in the tropical world. Here you will be able to bask in the hot sun and fresh air. And yet there are some water parks that can be best utilized during the winter when it when it snows. The best example is the Cascade Bay in Eagan that also boasts of skiing facilities.

If you want to go to any of these parks for relaxation, outings, rest or picnics, then the best thing to do is get in contact with the respective parks. You also should carry appropriate clothing due to weather changes and book your accommodation well in advance. Some of the parks are joined together with hotels and yet some operate independently. All the parks do have hotels and restaurants where you eat different kinds of food and drinks of your choice. So come see us in the land of 10,000 lakes and plenty of water parks, we would love to entertain you.

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