Cool Off With Friends and Family This Summer the Easy Way—With a Charter Bus Rental!
It’s about to get hot around here—no matter where you are, from the sunny southwest to the Great Lakes, from New England to the deep South, summer’s around the corner. You love a hot summer day, but, even more, you love cooling down. And what better way to do than at one of the country’s many great water parks. Here are some of the nation’s best places for sliding, splashing and other water fun.
- Noah’s Ark
They’ll be coming in more than two-by-two at Noah’s Ark, at the Wisconsin Dells. This is the single largest water park in the United States. Take a four-person raft into the abyss on the Time Warp ride, body board on the Surfin’ Safari, or experience the vertical drop of the Point of No Return!
- Splashin’ Safari
Don’t let the location of this park—Santa Claus, Indiana—fool you. It’s as far away from the North Pole as you could imagine. There’s the sprawling Mammoth, a seven story water coaster that covers more than three acres. With nearly fifty attractions, from the Bahari Wave Pool to Watubee and Zoombabwe, this Midwest park has fun for the whole family.
- Schlitterbahn New Braunfels
It’s Texas, so everything’s a little bit bigger, including the Master Blaster, an uphill water coaster ride that’s six stories tall and nearly 1,000 feet long. You’ll find lots of other ways to have water fun on the park’s 70+ acres.
- Aquatica Orlando
If you want to commune with nature while you have fun in the water, visit Aquatica Orlando, in the heart of the theme park capital of the world. Swim with the dolphins at Dolphin Plunge or meet an African Spurred Tortoise, one of the largest of its kind in the world.
- Aquatica San Antonio
You can reach out and touch a cownose ray at the south Texas water park, ranked among the top ten by visitors nationwide. You can also enjoy hundreds of different species of birds at Roa’s Aviary.
- Water World
Another one of the country’s largest water wonderlands, this Denver park sits on more than 70 acres. Popular attractions include Warp Speed and the Funhouse Express Gondola. Water World offers wave pools, water slides, wild winding rivers and even some interactive exhibits.
- Dollywood’s Splash Country
Located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, the home of music legend Dolly Parton, this park boast more than 20 water slides. Whether you just want to chill in the Cascades, or take on the River Rush, four stories of twists, turns and non-stop thrills, there’s something for everyone here.
- Wilderness Resort
Patrons have long considered this one of the premier water parks in the country. Located at the famed Wisconsin Dells, Wilderness Resort doesn’t do day passes—you must be a guest at the resort to enjoy the liquid refreshment the park offers. For families with small children, the New Frontier is the ideal spot for everyone to have a great time. For daredevils, there’s the Lost World, with some of the country’s best drop slides.
- Water Country USA
This park, located in Williamsburg, is Virginia’s biggest water oasis, with fun for the whole family. Big kids can reach speeds of nearly 25 mph on Jet Scream, or take the big drop slide known as Vanish Point. The Critter Corral and H2O UFO zones are perfect for small children.
- Wet ‘n Wild Emerald Pointe
This Greensboro, North Carolina park is not for the faint of heart—the Daredevil Drop will plummet you nearly 80 feet straight down, but the landing is soft. There’s the Riptide Racer, the Dragon’s Den, the Double Barrel Blast and something called Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror! Eek—sounds like fun!
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- Safety and security—Our drivers are the best in the business. In addition, because of the limited access on and off the bus, you and your belongings will be safe and secure.
- Reliability and flexibility—You’ll get to your destination on time and you won’t be waiting at the end of the day.
- Affordability—There’s no more affordable way to travel than on a charter bus. It’ll save money for your whole family.
- A coach that’s perfect for your group—Large or small, your group will find a vehicle that has all the options you need.
A Charter Bus—The Only Way to Experience the Nation’s Best Water Parks
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