Children will always love the beach, but there really is something with fountains, slides and sprinklers that will really attract them and let out a shriek of day long delight. Waterparks indeed are haven for almost every child. Fun swimming gears, crazy pool attractions, fun sprinklers, exciting slides just bring out so much happiness in them.
In San Diego, children will really have a field day enjoying the best waterparks there is. The San Diego Tourism Authority
is encouraging every family to enjoy all the water parks in San Diego. In their official website, they came up with a list and description of the most popular waterparks in the County. Of course one of the waterparks on the list is the Lego Land Waterpark.
“The LEGOLAND Water Park, tucked inside LEGOLAND California Resort, combines water play with LEGO creativity. It’s a perfect spot for toddlers and tweens, particularly LEGO aficionados, as it features more than 20 LEGO models, including a 45-foot-tall tower with multiple slides and a shallow wading pool, two sandy beach wading areas, a splash zoo for little tikes and a lazy river, complete with giant LEGOs that allow you to customize your own raft.”
Check out the rest of their suggested water parks in their list here.
Aquatica San Diego
Another popular waterpark in San Diego is the Aquatica. Travel blog The Unofficial Guides came up with a review on this waterpark, complete with photo-by-photo description of each attractions in the area plus its top highlights. One of the best spots in the water park that they discussed in their write-up is the Walkabout Waters.
“If you have children under age 10, this alone may be worth the price of admission. Located in a calf-deep 15,000-square-foot pool, it’s an immense three-story interactive playground set with slides, stairs, rope bridges, landings, and more. Water sprays, spritzes, pulsates, and plops at you from every conceivable angle. Randomly placed plastic squirting devices allow kids to take aim at unsuspecting adults, but the kids disperse quickly when either of two huge buckets dumps hundreds of gallons of water on the entire structure. It’s impossible not to get wet. It’s also impossible not to have fun.”
Check out the fun photographs and the rest of the post here.
Best San Diego Water Parks
Parenting blog Red Tricycle also published a list of their most recommended waterparks around the county. The Wave Water Park in Vista is part of their list.
“Whether your little swimmer likes to float along the lazy river, ride the wave machine or plunge down the Riptide Slide, they’re sure to have fun. Even more, you’ll find a kiddie spray area and a large pool. Also, if you need refuge from the sun, score a cabana day rental. Further, the mermaid class and day camps keep kiddos busy.”
Check out the details of this water park, plus the others that made it Red Tricycle’s list in their original post published here.
San Diego is indeed teeming with waterparks, children and their families will surely enjoy!