This is the definition of "spoiled for choice."

I believe it's safe to say that Wisconsin, a state known primarily for its dairy products and beer, should also be recognized as where they have the best water parks.

Imagine living somewhere that doesn't have as many great options for having fun in the water as Wisconsin does.

THREE WISCONSIN WATER PARKS AMONG AMERICA'S BEST

Looking at US News & World Report's list of the 28 Best Water Parks in the U.S. for 2024, I was pleasantly surprised to see Wisconsin mentioned not once, not twice, but three separate times.

So let's take a "deep dive" and check out the three different parks:

The water park is called "the largest water park in the country," so it had to be on the list.

Noah's Ark Water Park via TripAdvisor
Noah's Ark Water Park via TripAdvisor
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US News & World Report says, "This 50,000-square-foot lodge and water park has an outdoor section that is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day, as well as an indoor water park."

Timber Ridge via TripAdvisor
Timber Ridge via TripAdvisor
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Like Timber Ridge, this place also has indoor and outdoor slides and is "one of the wettest and wildest water park destinations in the Wisconsin Dells area," according to the report.

Kalahari via TripAdvisor
Kalahari via TripAdvisor
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IS TIME TO PLAN A WISCONSIN WATER PARK ADVENTURE?

Which of these three Wisconsin water parks is the best and deserves to be considered the best to visit this summer?

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It's a trick question. There isn't a right or wrong answer. The most wrong thing you can do is not schedule a "splashtastic" summer excursion to one of these places in 2024.

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