Located in the Wisconsin Dells is one of the best water parks in the United States.

Summertime In The Midwest Means Its Water Park Season

Summertime in Illinois and the Midwest means hot and humid weather. To get some relief, a lot of families enjoy visiting water parks.

There are so many great ones across the country including several in the Midwest, Illinois, and Wisconsin.

Of course, those adventure seekers out there want to experience the best. Especially, if they are a short drive away.

Top-Rated Water Park Located In Wisconsin Dells

According to a recent survey done by the U.S.A. Today, HERE...

Right there in the top ten, sitting at number nine is Noah's Park Water Park in the Wisconsin Dells.

Take a look for yourself...

Video: Noah's Ark Water Park

Pretty darn impressive isn't it. I have been there a few times myself and had a blast. In fact, I have been to a bunch of different water parks in my life and Noah's Ark is right up there compared to others.

Plus, you have to think that it is located in the "Water Park Capital of the World," so that gives it some credibility. I recommend taking a trip sometime this summer.

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The Other Top Rated Water Parks That Made The List

If you are looking to get away for a couple of days, these might be worth a family road trip.

  1. Aquatica Orlando - Orlando
  2. Lost Island Waterpark - Waterloo, Iowa
  3. Splashin' Safari - Santa Claus, Ind.
  4. Water Country USA - Williamsburg, Va.
  5. Dollywood's Splash Country - Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
  6. Island H2O Live! - Kissimmee, Florida
  7. Rapids Water Park - Riviera Beach, Fla.
  8. Adventure Island - Tampa
  9. Noah's Ark - Wisconsin Dells, Wis.
  10. Schlitterbahn - New Braunfels, Texas

Actually, Santa Claus, Indiana, along with Waterloo, Iowa would not be a bad drive for some fun.

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