Wet 'n' Wild

Kids scream with glee as they pop out of the Constrictor ride at Wet ‘n’ Wild. The park is now operated by Six Flags and goes by the name of Hurricane Harbor Phoenix.

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Wet 'n’ Wild

Wet 'n' Wild is the biggest amusement park in Arizona, with 35 acres of water slides and surfing at Monsoon Bay. UPDATE: If you have a Tucson address on your driver's license you can get in to Wet 'n' Wild for $15 until the end of the season. That's 65 percent off the full ticket price.

The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

The Adventure Water Park that's part of the resort includes a winding lazy river ride and a 110-foot-long waterslide. For younger kids, there's a play area and shallow pool. Aguamiel Pool a heated “adult pool” is a quiet retreat for adults. FlowRider is a bodyboarding and surfing attraction.

Fairmont Scottsdale Princess

Let us count the ways: White sand beaches and swim-in movies at the Sunset Beach Pool, kid hangouts with mermaids and pirates, SplashRider X-treme, Sunset Splash Pad, dueling pirate ship water balloon battles, and inflatable water slides at Aqua Park.

Arizona Grand Resort & Spa

The resort has a 7-acre water park with huge water slides, the Oasis Wave Pool for wannabe surfers, and a rolling river that's wide enough to float side-by-side. Wild Cat Springs is a kid favorite featuring three arching jets that shoot into a heated pool and an additional six water jets.

Lazy River at The Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak

Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

This family-friendly hotel includes the River Ranch water park with a waterslide and lazy river, a sports pool, and an 18-hole mini golf course.

Sheraton Grand Resort at Wild Horse Pass

The winding river is 2.5 miles long and you can ride Adventure Boats, pedal boats and double kayaks.

Water park at the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa

Hyatt Regency Scottsdale

Take a Gondola ride through the resort and its lake. The resort’s water playground has 10 swimming pools, 20 fountains, 45 waterfalls and a 3-story water slide, plus poolside cabanas and snack bar.


Ride the huge water slides, play water basketball, or relax on the lazy river.

Big slides and big pools at Big Surf

Big Surf

Opened in 1969, this water park boasted the first wave pool in the U.S. The original Waikiki Beach Wave Pool is open and there are big slides. The little ones will love Captain Cook’s Landing, a shallow pool with a giant frog, an alligator and a seal for them to play on.

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