Enjoy one of Iowa’s indoor waterparks

Iowa’s indoor waterparks are the perfect getaway for a winter weekend. Photo: Travel Iowa

Cold weather doesn’t mean giving up waterpark fun. Plan a winter weekend escape to one of these indoor waterparks in Iowa.

Bridges Bay Resort, Okoboji
‘Boji Splash has something for all ages, from a 500-gallon dump bucket to a Lil’ Squirt play area. Bridges Bay allows visitors to experience Okoboji year-round by offering individually owned condominiums for your stay (along with traditional hotel guest rooms).

Grand Harbor Resort and Waterpark, Dubuque
Located steps from the Mississippi River, Grand Harbor Resort features a 25,000-square-foot waterpark with slides, tube rides, waterspouts and a four-story Huck Finn tree house that dumps 350 gallons of water every eight minutes. After the water fun, stay in one of Grand Harbor’s spacious rooms and dine at Tony Roma’s Restaurant and Lounge.

King’s Pointe Waterpark Resort, Storm Lake
For an exciting aquatic adventure all year round, visit King’s Pointe Resort. Leap on the lily pads, climb through the water playground, zoom down the slides and float the lazy river. After working up an appetite, dine at the lakeside Regatta Grille.

All Seasons Center, Sioux Center
Escape the winter cold outside and embrace an indoor paradise at the All Seasons Center. The indoor waterpark includes two large waterslides and two kids’ waterslides, a splash-and-play climbing set, splash pad, lily pad crossing, swimming pool, diving boards and a hot tub. Guests can also enjoy the indoor Vernon Arena, an NHL-size ice rink with skate and helmet rentals available for all ages.

Honey Creek Resort, Moravia
Located in the serene countryside near Moravia, Honey Creek Resort’s Buccaneer Bay indoor water park offers a tropical oasis for all ages. Experience the thrill of zooming down the two-story waterslide and completing the lily pads obstacle course, or unwind by gently floating along the lazy river and relaxing by the pool. There’s also a separate area for littles to enjoy two small water slides and a splash pad.

Head over to Travel Iowa to read the rest of this story and find out where Iowa’s coolest pools are.

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