The greater Philadelphia area is home to a number of top water slide locations. North to south, east to west, you will find a water slide that will drench you in summertime fun. Take a ride down one of these unique water slides to cool off from the summer sun.

Morey’s Ocean Oasis Water Park And Beach Club
3501 Boardwalk
Wildwood, NJ 08260
(609) 522-3900
www.moreyspiers.com

Surf’s up Dude! There is a water slide for every member of the family at Morey’s Ocean Oasis. Families with little ones can check out Bonsai Beach, complete with interactive play area, water jets and climbing ropes. If it is a high speed water slide that you or your older kids are looking for then check out Riptide Rapids. The attraction features a long twisting open slide that ramps up to speeds that are sure to chill and thrill. Nothing says fun like going head to head against family and friends on Wipeout, where you can race on this six-lane slide that sends you careening head first down the slopes to a wet and wild finish.

Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark
309 Resort Drive
Tannersville, PA 18372
(570) 629-1662
www.camelbeach.com

Water thrill rides are just a scream away at Camelbeach Mountain Water Park. With tube slides, body slides and mat slides family fun is guaranteed. You may want to start the day off with a mat slide before trying your talents on Sidewinder, Riptide, Twister and Midnight Run. For a splash-tacular way to cap the day, navigate the Titan, the world’s largest water ride of its kind. At eight stories tall and nearly three football fields in length, the Titan has plenty of family-style thrills and spills.

Hershey Park
100 W. Hersheypark Drive
Hershey, PA 17033(844) 330-1813
www.hersheypark.com

You can soak up summertime at Hershey Park where there is a water slide ride for every member of the family. There is the Coastline Plunge – Hydro, Coastline Plunge – Pipeline, Coastline Plunge – Riptide, Coastline Plunge – Surge, Coastline Plunge – Vortex and the Coastline Pipeline – Whirlwind, each delivering there own special splashing good time.

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Great Wolf Lodge
1 Great Wolf Drive
Scotrun, PA 18355
(800) 768-9653
www.greatwolf.com

Nothing says disappointment more than planning a water park slide adventure only to have Mother Nature drench you on your trip. That is not the case when you pay a visit to the Great Wolf Lodge where you can swim, splash and slide indoors as you weatherproof your family vacation at the resort’s indoor water park. Navigate The Double Barrel Drop, River Canyon Run, Alberta Falls, Coyote Cannon and Totem Towers just to name a few of the water slides that will not disappoint. There is even a slide for the itsy-bitsy wolf pups at Whopping Hollow, a play pool fill with perfectly sized water slides for your little ones.

Sesame Place
100 Sesame Road
Langhorne, PA 19047
(866) GO-4-ELMO
www.sesameplace.com

As you step into Sesame Place you will soon discover the theme park in Bucks County is where the joy of childhood lives, and swims, slides and splashes. No matter who you are or how old you are, you will discover you are never too old to get soaked. Children and their parents can add a twist to their splashing experience with the “Sesame Streak,” traveling down two twisting chutes before landing in a splash pool. Bert and Ernie’s Slip and Slide features two body flumes that twist and turn their way down before you plunge to a grand finale in the splash pool. Named after Oscar the Grouch’s wormy friend, Slimey’s Chutes is a family favorite. The yellow and white double slide inner tube ride is ideal for young children and their parents as they share in a dousing of summer fun.

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