While Fort Wayne, Indiana, is the second largest city in the state, you will have to travel at least an hour to enjoy an indoor water park. Indoor water parks are open year-round, so you can enjoy the park's thrills without worrying about the weather. Water parks near Fort Wayne have attractions for children of all ages, as well as adults. Consider staying at a water park with an attached hotel.
Caribbean Cove Indoor Water Park is located in French Lick, Indiana, a two-hour drive from Fort Wayne. Caribbean Cove features three different water slides, a 700-gallon bucket that tips over a water playground, lazy river and hot tubs for adults. Caribbean Cove offers guests access to an arcade and a restaurant cafe. The water park is also attached to a hotel for a convenient overnight stay.
Full Blast Water Park is located one hour north of Fort Wayne in Battle Creek, Michigan. Full Blast is primarily an indoor water park but also has an outdoor section to use when the weather permits. The water park boasts two 100-foot water slides, water playground, inflatable bounce house, trampoline and a harnessed bungee run.
Splash Universe Water Park is located one hour north of Fort Wayne in Shipshewana, Indiana. This indoor water park features tubes slides, lazy river, lily pad walk and children’s pool for smaller kids under the age of five. This water park also has a hotel attached to it and offers guests access to an old fashioned ice cream shop, a country store and a snack bar. The park also offers reservations for birthday parties and other celebratory events. Day passes and spectator passes are available for non-hotel guests.
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