The Ultimate Water Park Guide in the Tampa Bay Area

Looking for something to do on the hot summer days? Don’t fret…. check out these nearby water parks!

Buccaneer Bay

Buccaneer Bay Waterpark is a true piece of Roadside America. Located inside Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, it features four awesome waterslides, three of which drop you off in natural Weeki Wachee Springs! If you’re a thrill seeker, try the exhilarating fun-filled flume! Guests must be at least 42 inches tall to ride Pirate’s Revenge and the Thunderbolt flumes and 48 inches tall to ride the Cannonball.

The Lift Adventure Park

The Lift aspires to provide a unique experience in outdoor recreation. Never been wakeboarding before? Spend your summer on the water learning how to ride behind our System 2.0, dialing in new tricks on the Full Size Cable and conquering the Aqua Park on our beautiful spring-fed lake.

In addition to our on-water amenities, SunWest Park also offers a public swimming beach, volleyball courts, concession stands and more. We have everything you need for a fun day on the water, just bring your swimsuit and we will provide the rest!

Tarpon Springs Splash Park

Colorful splash pad featuring maritime-themed water sprayers & covered seating areas.

Adventure Island

Adventure Island is a water park located northeast of Tampa, Florida, across the street from Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. The park features 30 acres of water rides, dining, and other attractions. The park opened on June 7, 1980, and is part of SeaWorld Entertainment.

McCormick’s Waterski Wakeboard and Cable Park

Time-tested hub for water sports with lessons & cables that pull skiers & riders without a boat.

Splash Harbour Water Park

Water park with a variety of slides, kids’ splash zones, a lazy river, casual dining & a tiki bar.

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