Twin Cities Waterplay Guide: Pool, Beaches and Splashpads

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Minnesotan’s know the day the pools open and it’s finally here!  In order to take full advantage of our warmest months, you’ll need to know where all the best spots to cool off are, and we have over 50 to choose from.  Check out our list, pack your beach bag and make a plan for the summer!

Here’s the best part:we’ve added each park to our Family Directory, so you’ll be able to bring up a map with each park you’re looking so that you’ll know exactly where you can find it.

Click the image above to see the find all of our local places for waterplay, and each image below to find those in each category.

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Did we miss your favorite spot to swim? You can add it to the our directory! Use the button below to find the form where you can submit another local spot to cool off to this resource!

Click the image below to find our full guide to the Ultimate Family Summer in the Twin Cities!

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2 Responses to Twin Cities Waterplay Guide: Pool, Beaches and Splashpads

  1. Amy May 28, 2016 at 11:13 PM #

    Depot Waterpark is no longer FYI. They are remodeling it to have more rooms and a lap pool. This is to prepare for the Superbowl

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