If you are in the mood to cool off a little over summer in Virginia, then you might just want to head to Waterworks Waterpark!
Here, the whole family can swim, splash and slide the day away in some pretty fun water attractions. In fact, it's one of the most popular AND fun aquatic playgrounds for the family in Northern Virginia.
WaterWorks Waterpark is actually located within Andrew Leitch Park in Dale City, and has a number of fun activities to keep the whole family entertained. There are a number of water slides that you can challenge yourself on, and the perfect way to make the biggest SPLSAH!
There are a number of water obstacles that kids can play in, and fun wading pools to have a splash about in.
The park as a fun beach area, as well as THREE jungle walks, and a splash n' play. There is even a two level children's wading pool with crayon sprays, geysers, rope climbs, and a whale slide!
The Splash N Play is perfect for those little ones before the crowd emerges, two mornings a week.
If you want some time to dry off, then head to the shaded shore lounge cabana areas, and there is even a full-service snack for all of those hungry tummies!
Is someone having a birthday? We think there might be! If that's the case, then why not have your birthday at WaterWorks Waterpark, because they LOVE to make the day super fun, and what better way to spend the day with your friends than playing in a host of water fun!
So why not cool off in Virginia with WaterWorks Waterpark - they are waiting to see how COOL you can be!
$8.25 (Over 48")
$7.50 (Under 48")
They have height restrictions on some slides and attractions to ensure you stay safe, and kids stick to attractions suitable for them
There are a number of tasty treats that you can enjoy at the park, from pizzas, to hot dogs, candy, fries, kids meals, chicken and burgers!
Have your birthday party at the park! There are two packages that you can choose from, as well as add ons so you can make it that much more special to everyone!
You can rent cabanas to have that extra privacy and space if you visit with your family.
They offer group rates, so why not take the students and enjoy an end of term celebration, or just as an alternative to sport!
Only water is permitted from outside the park. You can bring your own lunch to eat outside the grounds, or there are fruit cups and sandwiches available within the park for those wanting to be healthier
Speak to Guest Relations when you arrive and see how they can help with what you need. They will be happy to!
They have swimming classes if kids want to learn the basics, or improve on what they know!