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Make a Splash in the Twin Cities: Swimming & Water Parks

Attractions, Summer, Twin Cities

Don’t even think about summer coming to an end! Minnesota’s warmest days are still ahead of us and we’re ready to cool off at some of Roseville’s pools and beaches as well as some Twin Cities water parks.

Lake Josephine | Roseville

Photo via: @jesgulbranson

Photo via: @jesgulbranson

Cool off in the water, catch some rays or build sandcastles on Lake Josephine’s beach. Spending your days at the lake is a Minnesota summer tradition and Lake Josephine is a great spot to get your fix.


Rosebook Park | Roseville

Photo via: http://thewagnerbulletin.blogspot.com

Photo via: http://thewagnerbulletin.blogspot.com

Rosebook Park is unique in Roseville because of its kid friendly wading pool that is usually open Memorial Day – Labor Day. Monday: 1pm-9pm & Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-9pm. Bring the kiddos out to splash around and cool off.


Bunker Beach Water Park | Coon Rapids

Photo via: Bunker Beach Water Park

Photo via: Bunker Beach Water Park

Minnesota’s largest outdoor water park, Bunker Beach Water Park brings a lot of fun to the table when it comes to cooling off in the water during hot summer days. Enjoy the wave pool, the lazy loop, winding water slides and MORE.


Como Regional Park Pool | St. Paul

If an aquatic climbing wall, zip line and 400-foot lazy river doesn’t get you excited about visiting Como Regional Park Pool then just take a look at their video; it’ll change your mind!

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Great River Water Park | St. Paul

Photo via: Great River Water Park

Photo via: Great River Water Park

If the summer heat gets to you, no worries! Great River Water Park brings the fun indoors with water slides, children’s activity pool, and more for family fun in the water.


Tropics Indoor Water Park | Shoreview

Photo via: Tropics Indoor Water Park

Photo via: Tropics Indoor Water Park

Experience the tropics right here in Minnesota at the Tropics Indoor Water Park. Featuring Shipwreck Beach with a boat slide, a splashing palm tree or slide down the three-story “Shark Attack” water slide with a one-of-a-kind jukebox system.


Soak City Water Park | Valleyfair

Photo via: @heidichowen

Photo via: @heidichowen

Included in Valleyfair park tickets, Soak City Water Park helps cool you down on hot Minnesota summer days, especially after riding all of the awesome roller coasters at Valleyfair. Featuring Barefoot Beach, new in 2015, a family-friendly splash pad, Breakers Bay Wave Pool and plenty of water slides to make the entire family happy!


Wild Mountain Water Park | Taylors Falls

Photo via: Wild Mountain Water Park

Photo via: Wild Mountain Water Park

Lazy river? Check. Large water slides? Check. Water playground? Check. Wild Mountain Water Park checks all of your favorite water park must haves off of your list. Outside of the water park you’ll also find go-karts and alpine slides; checking even more off of your list. We even have a coupon for you to use during your next trip!