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Best Water Parks in Idaho

Updated on May 29, 2012

Some of the best water parks in Idaho including boulder beach, silver rapids, roaring springs water park, raptor reef, downata hot springs, wild waters and lava hot springs. Plenty of indoor and outdoor water parks are available in Idaho. These water parks offers water slides, tube rides, wave pool, hydro tubes, volleyball courts, basketball courts, picnic areas and other wet and wildfun to enjoy with your families. Please post your experiences in the comment section below. Since there is no real beach in the state of Idaho, water parks offer a great alternative to soak in the water with the whole family especially in summer time.

Roaring springs water park:

Roaring springs outdoor water park, Idaho
Roaring springs outdoor water park, Idaho

Roaring springs 15 acre outdoor water park located in Meridian, ID and is one of the best water parks in Idaho. It has plenty of rides for kids and adults. The water park boasts water slides, lazy river, wave pool, kiddie pool and family rafting. Different types of water slides available such as speed slide, tube slide and bowl slide. Additional park features include beach volleyball, gift shop and cabana rentals. The park is open from may through september. Admission price for adults is $28 and children is $23. Season pass is also available.

Thundar falls is family ride. The 50 foot high slide drop you three times at super speeds and finally drops into the cool pool. Viper's vortex flume is a two person tube ride with high velocity. Mammoth canyon is a family raft ride. Pipeline mines is an enclosed tunnels with many twists.

The avalanche is a fastest slide. Racing ridge is a 350 foot long speed slide. Double trouble drop slide is a twin slide. Kiddie knowabiunga is a slide for kids. White water bay wave pool is a fun zone for all age groups.


Little splash mountain offers a kiddie play area. It has kids slides, water spray, dump and splash zones. Leisure lagoon is a relaxation zone for all age groups.

Boulder beach water park:

Boulder beach water park is inside the silverwood theme park
Boulder beach water park is inside the silverwood theme park

Boulder beach 12 acre outdoor water park is inside the silverwood theme park. The water park offers many rides and water fun zones. Some of the features in this park include polliwog park play area for kids, tube slides, body slides, family rafting, kiddie pool, family pool and lazy river. Adult admission price is $43 and children is $22. Admission price is also included to silverwoods theme park. It is located in Athol. Check the coupons in your local grocery stores, websites, tourist guides and brochures.

Avalanche mountain is a 650 feet slide, offers a family ride. Velocity peak is a high speed ride in this water park. Bouler beach bay has two wave pools. Toddler spring is a fun zone for kids. It features fountains, falls and geysers. Elkhorn creek is a lazy river to relax in hot summer.

Silver rapids water park:

Silver rapids indoor water park
Silver rapids indoor water park

Silver rapids indoor water park is inside the silver mountain resort. This water park is located in Kellogg, ID and just half an hour away from Coeur d'Alene. The water park offers lazy river, interactive spray deck, hot tub, wave pool and interactive adventure island.

Flow rider has 60,000 gallons of water offers continious waves. North fork is a 315 foot lazy river. Cub cove is a water fun area for kids. It features water sprays, fountains and bubblers. Gold rush is a enclosed slide.

The water mine is a water play area with two body slides, water sprays and dumping bucket. Warm spring is a hot water tub for relaxation. Hoop lagoon is a activity pool offers a water basketball court. Pollywog is a kiddie pond with small water slides.


Raptor reef water park at the holiday inn express:

Raptor reef water park, ID
Raptor reef water park, ID

Another best water park in Idaho is raptor reef. It is located in Hayden, Idaho and offers plenty of water activities such as wave pool, kiddie pool, whirlpool and different types of slides. Additional features include bumper cars, bowling, go-karts, climbing wall, mini golf and laser tag. Adult admission price is $19 and children is $13.

Lost falls is a 400 feet long slide with many twist and turns. Velociraptor vortex is a super bowl ride offers many swril and spin. Prehistoric plunge is a 300 foot body slide.

Children aquaplay offers geysers, water toys, cannons, 300 gallons water dumping bucket and two small slides. Shallow pool is also a kids zone offers indoor and outdoor hot tubs.

Downata hot springs:

Downata hot springs in Downey ID
Downata hot springs in Downey ID
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Downata hot springs is a resort located on Downey ID. It offers various water activities such as water slides, pool, water playground and hydro tubes. This park has a big pool to swim and relax. Additional features include lighted volleyball courts, basketball courts and picnic areas. Plenty of other activities including bird watching, mountain biking, hiking and ATV trails. Campgrounds and ranch house for 12 guests is also available.

Wild waters water park: Wild waters 12 acre outdoor water park located on Coeur d'Alene. The water park features 11 water slides such as body and tube slides, lazy river and hot tub. Other features include swimming pool, activity pool and wading pool. Kids play station has few kiddie rides and water games. Admission prices for adults is $24.99 and children is $12.99. The park is open from may through september.

Lava hot springs:

Lava hot springs, ID
Lava hot springs, ID

Lava hot springs is a city in Bannock county, ID. It offers hot pool, water slides and swimming complex. Other features include natural mineral pool, aquatic center, diving board, olympic AAU pool and rock climbing. Additional facilities include 400 camp sites and 200 lodging rooms.

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