Washington Attractions





Washington attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.


Riverfront Park

Riverfront Park is a 100-acre park in Spokane that includes a small amusement park that is open June through September. There are nine rides located within the Pavilion area, including bumper cars and boats, Ferris wheel, "Tilt-A-Whirl" and "Dragon" kiddie coaster. Located near the Pavilion are an antique carousel and a skyride. Other park amenities include miniature golf, an IMAX Theater and a seasonal ice skating rink.

For more information on this Washington amusement park, please contact:

Riverfront Park
507 N. Howard
Spokane, WA 99201
800-366-PARK
www.spokaneriverfrontpark.com



Slidewaters

Slidewaters is a small water park in Lake Chelan that is open May through September. Attractions include a large spa and pool along with ten slides, including the "Purple Haze" enclosed slide, "Tube Blaster" tubes, "Downhill Racers" and the "Thunder Rapids" river ride. Children’s play areas include an arcade, two kiddie slides and the “Kiddies Aqua Zoo” with water umbrellas and animals.

For more information on this Washington water park, please contact:

Slidewaters
102 Waterslide Drive
Chelan, WA 98816
509-682-5751
www.slidewaters.com



Splash Down Family Waterpark

Splash Down Family Waterpark is a small park in Spokane that is open June through September. Attractions include the "Cannon Bowl" funnel ride, "FastBall" speed slide and the four slides of the "Spokane Falls" complex. Children’s play areas include the "Big Squirt" water balloon station and the three pools and slides of "Petey's Lil' Puffer Fish Lagoon " kiddie pool.

For more information on this Washington water park, please contact:

Splash Down Family Waterpark
11123 E. Mission Avenue
Spokane, WA 99206
509-924-3079
www.splashdownwaterpark.net



Splashzone-Ephrata

Splashzone-Ephrata is a small municipal water park that is open May through September. It features a large lap pool with diving boards and water basketball area. Also included is a zero-entry activity pool with lily pad walk, frog slide, play structure and large serpentine slide.

For more information on this Washington water park, please contact:

Splashzone-Ephrata
780 A Street SE
Ephrata, WA 98823
509-754-3456
www.ephrata.org/293.html



Wild Waves

Wild Waves is a 70-acre theme park in Federal Way near Seattle and Tacoma. It is open May through September and features a large water park, arcades, midway games and over two dozen rides and attractions.

Wild Waves is the largest of its kind in the area and a popular Washington attraction.

The park features several thrill rides that include the "Wild Thing" and "Timberhawk" roller coasters and the "Falling Star" skycoaster.

Other thrill rides include the "Ring of Fire", "Klondike Gold Rusher" and the "Lumberjack Falls" water coaster.

Family rides include the "Giant Sack Slide", "Pirate Ship" and a Ferris wheel.

The Kids Kingdom area has several rides just for younger guests that include the "Scrambler", "Kiddie Coaster" and "Space Racer".

The water park at Wild Waves features over two dozen slides and attractions that are included with the cost of admission. This area features a 24,000-sq.-ft. wave pool, the lazy "Konga River" and an activity pool with cannonball and drop slides.

Other slides include the giant "Banzai", "Bobsled", "Python" and "Rampage" slides and the "Raging River" and "Zooma Falls" raft rides. Children’s play areas include "Hooks Lagoon" interactive water play pool with slides and kiddie river ride.

For more information on this Washington theme park, please contact:

Wild Waves
36201 Enchanted Parkway South
Federal Way, WA 98003
253-661-8001
www.wildwaves.com



Wonderland Family Fun Center

Wonderland Family Fun Center is a small amusement park that is open year-round. It includes an arcade, Go-Karts, laser tag, batting cages and miniature golf.

For more information on this Washington amusement park, please contact:

Wonderland Family Fun Center
10515 N. Division Street
Spokane, WA 99218
509-468-4386
www.wonderlandusa.com







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