Northeast Ohio’s 8 outdoor water parks to check out this summer
CLEVELAND– Memorial Day weekend marks the opening for many of the pools and water parks in Northeast Ohio.
This campground and water park in Narvarre offers plenty of fun. The 2-acre swimming lake is man-made with a sloped, sandy bottom and a 90-foot water slide. There’s a separate lake for paddle boats and aqua bike.
Cedar Point’s 18-acre water park. It includes a six-story, four-person slide, several tubes slides and a large splash ground with 12 kid-sized slides.
Located in North Lawrence, the lake at Clay’s Park is massive! There are 150-foot water slides, zip lines and the barrel roll. The campground also has volleyball courts, canoes and miniature golf.
Yogi Bear’s Water Zone is a 500,000-gallon swimming pool with a water slide. Spend the day at this campground in Uniontown.
Perfect for a picnic! There are swimming lessons, fishing in the lake and paddle boat rentals at this recreation area in the Hinkley Reservation.
Monsoon Lagoon, in Port Clinton, boasts water tubing, an island tree house and huge water slide. There’s also a zoo, go-kart racing and mini golf.
Relax on the lazy tube ride, speed down one of the six-story slides or try out the water obstacle course at the park in Chardon. Great for kids with all the animal-themed slides!
This park is operated by the city of Cuyahoga Falls. It has four water slides for the bigger kids, waterfalls and geysers, and a lazy river.