It’s summertime in the Mile High City and boy has it been heating up lately. Last week Denver broke a 40 year old record for the hottest day in June hitting 101 degrees. that’s why we put together this list to help you cool off on those unbearably hot summer days. You might know about these water parks or this might be the first time you’ve heard of them. Either way we know you are going to enjoy these hidden water parks in Colorado.
This 84-degree indoor water park awaits your next family getaway. Take a spin down the Howlin’ Tornado thrill slide, play in the zero-depth Cub Paw Pool with your kids, or ride the waves in Slap Tail Pond. You can enjoy over 50,000 square feet of water park fun complete with pools, rides, and water slides for toddlers through teens.
Whether it’s summer or winter, you can enjoy this luxurious spa, indoor and outdoor water complex and lazy river, and scenic views of the nearby Rocky Mountains.
Located in Englewood, Pirates Cove Water Park is a refreshing water wonderland that is chock-full of “cool” ways to beat the summer heat!
Old Town Hot Springs draws its water from a natural spring that is distributed and collected into eight pools. The resort has four pools, including a hot tub, kids’ pool, splash pool, water slide pool, and 25-yard lap pool.
Broomfield’s outdoor water park is a great place to cool off this summer, perfect for families and children ages 1 to 13. It includes two body slides, an inner tube slide, a leisure pool with zero-depth entry, and an interactive water play structure.