GoCampingAmerica.com | Posted July 1st,


    Cool! These Campgrounds Have Their Own
    Water Parks!


    Happy Camper Blog



    Water parks offer a fun way to beat the
    summer heat, and kids just can’t seem to get enough of them. The great news
    is that there are campgrounds across the country that have their own water
    parks built right in, so you can accomplish two things in one – enjoy a great
    family camping trip and have plenty of cool, refreshing fun without leaving
    the campground!  Here are a few choices to




    Ocean City, Maryland

    This 600-site campground pays tribute to the
    American Old West and has a water park that offers attractions

    for all ages. There’s the Waterin’ Hole, a shallow wading pool
    that features a covered wagon, mini-slides, cactus

    fountains and water sprays ideal for the
    younger ones. Older kids and adults can race each other down Red Bird’s
    Mountain, a giant triple-lane waterslide or take a ride on the Tubin’ Flumes.
    For a more relaxing experience, guests can float the day away on the Lazy
    River. Campers at Frontier Town and its sister campground, Fort Whaley,
    receive free access to the water park.


    Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park
    Camp-Resort at Lazy River

    Lazy River

    Gardiner, New

    Set on 90 lush acres overlooking the Wallkill
    River, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at Lazy River opened a new
    interactive splash pad last year called Yogi Bear’s Water Zone. This fun,
    40,000 square foot water playground has two 100-foot waterslides, a
    750-gallon hydro storm, kiddie slides, a fort, water cannon, spray features
    and more. Cabin and campsite rates include use of the park’s amenities for a
    family of four.


    Nashville Shores Lakeside


    Nashville Shores


    Located just 10 minutes from downtown Nashville
    on 14,000-acre Percy Priest Lake, Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort is a
    water-lovers paradise that promises “more than one million gallons of summer
    fun.” It features Big Kahuna, an exciting raft slide that starts atop a 57-foot
    platform and offers plenty of twists and turns, and the 25,000 Breaker Bay
    Wave Pool that creates rolling waves up to four feet high. The park also has
    a 1,000-foot lazy river called Castaway Creek, and there’s Kowabunga Beach, a
    four-story water structure that has more than 70 interactive features,
    including four water slides, a giant bucket that tips hundreds of gallons of
    water every few minutes, water jets, bridges, tunnels and more. Campers
    staying at a cabin or RV site at Nashville Shores receive exclusive discounts
    on water park admission.



    Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park
    Camp-Resort at Keystone

    Keystone Lake

    Mannford, Oklahoma

    This 200-acre family-friendly park located 18
    miles west of Tulsa has taken the concept of a water park to a whole new
    level! Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at Keystone Lake recently
    opened its Wibit floating water park. This massive attraction features dozens
    of giant, colorful, inflatable obstacles that offers plenty of water fun for
    kids of all ages. Access to the water park is included in campsite


    Lake Rudolph Campground & RV


    Lake RudolphSanta Claus, Indiana

    What could be more fun for kids than a water
    park? How about one that’s based on Santa Claus? Lake Rudolph Campground
    & RV Resort features Santa’s Splash Down Waterpark. It includes two
    fiberglass slides, one that’s 344 feet long and the other spanning 296 feet,
    and guests slide down both of them on inner tubes. There’s also the Trippo,
    the world’s largest inflatable water slide that includes three slides.
    All-day rates are $8.95 per person and the rate goes down to $5.95 for the
    second consecutive day. For the little ones, there’s the Dasher Splasher
    Splash Pad that does not require a paid wristband, and admission is free to
    the Blitzen Bay and Baby Blitzen



    Hill County

    Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park
    Camp-Resort Hill Country

    Canyon Lake,

    This park is already equipped with a swimming
    pool and splash pad, and Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort Hill Country
    added a new attraction last year – an interactive water playground. It offers
    lots of water-based fun, including water cannons, slides, blasters, a hydro
    storm and more. Cabin and campsite rates include use of the park’s amenities
    for a family of four.



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