Pawnee Plunge Water Park Columbus
Where are we going today?
If you want to cool down in Nebraska, there is plenty of family fun to be had at Pawnee Plunge Water Park!
Located between Des Moines, Iowa and Denver, Colorado, Pawnee Plunge Water Park will cool you down on those summer days, and give you the splashing family day out that you want!
There are plenty of water activities perfect for the whole family, so all you have to do is choose what to enjoy first! You can spend time in the Splash Pad area, perfect for those little water babies and toddlers. Perhaps you want to make a splash on the Interactive Aquadek instead.
The Octopus Water Walk is always a popular attraction with kids too!
Those who want something a bit more fun, you can head on down the Triple Curve Slide, or even race down the Speed Slide! Want more slides...of course you can! Well, if a Splash Bowl counts!
The Splash Bowl is a great option if you want to spin around and around, and then plunge into an eight foot catch basin below! There's also the Inner Tube Slide that will land you right in the Lazy River (which of course, is a great option for those if you want to just take it easy and take in the sights of the water park)
If you don't want to swim, or you need a break to dry off, there are plenty of places that you can sit back, relax and enjoy a good book, and just people watch!
Pawnee Plunge Water Park is a great community water park in Nebraska, which loves having families make the splash in their day!
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: 3 years.
When can we go?
Seasonal. Summer Only 12pm to 8pm. Weather Permitting.
Memorial Day to Labor Day
They have a menu with burgers, nachos, chips, candy, drinks and even corndogs! Meal deals available too. Plenty to fill those tummies! .
There are picnic areas if you want to enjoy your own healthy lunch outside the water park..
Any Top Tips?
Why not have a birthday party at the park! There is 4 hour rental, and it's a great place to enjoy some fun with friends!.
Doing our bit
They love to keep you safe, so they have created a list of safety rules that you need to follow to ensure your safety..
Need a little extra help?
If you have special needs, just speak to staff when you arrive and they will be able to help you.
You need to be 48" to ride the tube slide, speed slide, curve slide and swirl bowl slide.
What people are saying?
by Riley Riggs
It was really fun. It has four slides and a play area. The toilet bowl slide is the best one. There is also a lazy river and I really fast purple slide. The lifeguards were good, and the place was great. The only problems are that they don't allow outside drinks, and when I was there, the water fountains were off. Hope this was helpful.
by Tyler Bowden
The toilet slide is fun, but the staff is incredibly rude and nit-picky. We took the tube slide down and were yelled at for staying in the lazy river instead of walking around the entire park to re-enter.
by Angie Heinz