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Have you considered giving the gift of an experience vs. something material for the holidays or birthdays?
Ohio indoor waterpark resorts offer residents and visitors a taste of summer-fun no matter what the temps are outside! Our family has enjoyed the 80+ degree “weather” poolside while watching the snow fall outside the windows.
While prices vary depending on the time of year, you can often find special prices offered through Groupon or maybe the resort’s website. I also share daily deals to help you save money on Ohio family fun at my Facebook Page 1000 Things to do in Ohio. Be sure to “like” us.
Do you have a favorite Ohio indoor waterpark? I have listed all the indoor waterparks (big and small) that I could find in this post. If you know of an indoor waterpark I have missed please leave me a comment below so I can add it!
Below you’ll find all the indoor waterparks in Ohio that I could come up with! I will save the outdoor waterparks for another post. I’ve listed links to all the websites for these waterparks as well as some post reviews and videos I’ve shared on my blog here or my Youtube channel.
Just follow the links below if you’d like to see our videos and read about the places we’ve visited as a family! You can also jump to my Youtube channel here to see lots more family fun reviews. My affiliate links will be in this post.
Ohio Indoor Waterparks
Belleville (Mansfield Area):
CoCo Key Indoor Waterpark. Visit their website here.
Great Wolf Lodge Indoor Waterpark Resort. Visit website here.
Coco Key Indoor Waterpark. (Newark) Visit website here.
Splashbay Indoor Waterpark. Visit their website here.
Rain Indoor Waterpark. Visit their website here.
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