Water Park Season Never Ends in New Jersey

NJ’s indoor water parks bring all the splish-splashy excitement of outdoor water parks inside for your family to enjoy in every season. Here are a few of our favorite places to take the plunge.

Island Waterpark at Showboat, Atlantic City

This massive indoor/outdoor tropical waterpark debuted in the summer of 2023 and is advertised as the “world’s largest beachfront waterpark.” Located on the iconic Atlantic City boardwalk, this seaside sensation boasts 11 water slides, the Island Drift Lazy River, FlowRider surf simulator, a 300-foot zipline and sooo much more. Thrill-seekers will love: Electric Eel and Tidal Racers.

DreamWorks Water Park at American Dream, East Rutherford

At this very moment, people are splashing away at this water-filled wonderland known as the “largest indoor water park in North America.” Get ready for record-breaking slides, luxury poolside cabanas and a tropical 81°F climate all year long. Ask about the Private Skybox Suites and be sure to swim over to the Burger Shack and try the Move It Move It Burger – it’s one of our favorites.

Big Kahuna’s Water Park – West Berlin

For the best waves in town year-round, drift away to this wildly wet and remarkable fun water park in South Jersey. Enjoy 70,000 square feet of indoor water park wows like FlowRider surf simulator, adrenaline-pumping Raging Rivers and relaxing Tiki Tides, all under a retractable roof. Come back Memorial Day through Labor Day to cool off in the adjacent 2-acre outdoor water park that boasts a wave pool, leisure pool, kiddie aquatic playground and Tiki Bar.

Montego Bay Resort, North Wildwood

On the famous Wildwood boardwalk just steps from the beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, you’ll find luxury accommodations, a heated indoor pool and this small in size, yet big on fun indoor waterpark. Guests of the resort speak highly of this Jersey gem featuring two water slides, a Tiki Bar and an interactive play area for kids in every season. It’s the perfect place to splash all year. Note: Must be a resort guest to use waterpark.

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