Looking for the BEST water parks in Poland?
If you’re in the mood for an exhilarating splash, you’re in for a treat!
Whether you’re a thrill-seeker, a kiddie pool enthusiast, or just looking to cool off during those warm Polish summers, we’ve got the perfect places lined up just for you.
From towering slides to lazy rivers, Poland’s water parks offer an array of excitement and relaxation for every family member.
BEST Water Parks in Poland
1. Aqua Park Sopot
⭐️ RATING: 3.5/5 ( 431 Reviews)
Aqua Park Sopot consists of two sections, an outdoor zone and an indoor pool.
The outdoor area includes a year-round pool, a seasonal children’s pool, and a water playground with a massive waterslide.
The indoor part has a recreational pool, a sports pool, and a children’s pool with toddler slides, geysers, and water cannons.
If you’re on a city break in Gdansk with kids and want to escape the urban bustle, head to Sopot, only 30 minutes away. Those looking for a family-friendly Gdansk water park won’t be disappointed with the aquapark.
2. Aqua Park Wroclaw
⭐️ RATING: 4/5 ( 588 Reviews)
Aqua Park Wroclaw is a lovely mix of child-friendly attractions and relaxing facilities for grown-ups. It’s the most visited water park in Poland!
Kids will enjoy the various swimming venues, including the wave pool, lazy river, paddling pool and slides. There is also a Children’s Bay with a pirate ship and water cannons.
There are also several saunas, a jacuzzi, hydro massages, steam baths, and a fitness centre.
3. Aqua Park Zakopane
⭐️ RATING: 4/5 ( 602 Reviews)
Tucked away in the Tatra Mountains, Aqua Park Zakopane is a fantastic place to soak in pleasant waters and an excellent starting point for hiking.
Indeed, the stunning view of the surrounding mountains makes this park one of the top water parks in Poland. But there’s more to Aqua Park Zakopane than its breathtaking location.
The aqua park has five slides, artificial waterfalls, a water swing, five slides, thermal pools, hydro massage, and saunas. There is also a play area for young children, a bowling alley, and a restaurant. Aqua Park Zakopane is open all year round.
4. Suntago Water Park Poland
⭐️ RATING: 3.5/5 ( 147 Reviews)
Located in Wrecza, less than an hour’s drive from Warsaw, Suntago Wodny Świat is a new water park in Poland, having just opened in 2020, but it is already getting all the rave.
Suntago covers an area of 20 hectares with a capacity of 15,000 people, making it the biggest water park in Poland.
Suntago is the first phase of a planned amusement and leisure complex called the Park of Poland and is currently the only area in operation. It has over 18 pools, 32 slides, and three themed zones, Jamango, Sauntaria, and Relax.
Jamango is where all the water slides are, including the 320-metre-long Jungle Eclipse and the 8-lane Rainbow Race. The zone also has a massive wave pool, a surfing simulator, lazy rivers, and water playgrounds.
Sauntaria has all the saunas and steam rooms you can imagine, while Relax is an adult-only zone with jacuzzis, hot tubs and sunbeds surrounded by roughly 400 palm trees imported from the tropics.
5. Aqua Park Reda
⭐️ RATING: 3.5/5 ( 355 Reviews)
At Aqua Park Reda, you can slide down a 60-metre rubber tunnel leading to a shark aquarium. And for this, we think it’s the most unique, if not the best, aquapark in Poland.
But even if meeting sharks up close isn’t your thing, you’ll still enjoy your trip to this indoor water park.
Aqua Park Reda is one of the best water parks in Poland when it comes to eclectic attractions. There’s the Castle Pool, the River Expedition, and Pirate Bay for young children.
On site, there is also a jacuzzi, sauna and massages offered.
6. Wodny Park Warszawianka
⭐️ RATING: 4.5/5 ( 31 Reviews)
Located 4 km from the city centre, Wodny Park Warszawianka is the capital’s most popular recreation and sports facility. It is also one of the best water parks in Poland.
The park boasts an Olympic swimming pool, where many swimming lessons, training, and competitions happen.
The recreation area features several swimming pools, a paddling pool with a walrus-shaped slide, a rapid river, water slides, and artificial waterfalls. There is also a sauna, jacuzzi, and massage services.
If you want to get active, the aqua park offers water activities such as aqua cycling, gymnastics for seniors, and aqua aerobics. Children can enrol for swimming classes or test their skills on the water obstacle course.
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Sylvie Simpson is the founder of European Cities with Kids. For the past 6 years, she has been travelling all over Europe whenever she has the chance, both solo, for work and with her daughter. Sylvie is on a mission to help people make the most of city breaks in Europe with kids and helps over 50,000 readers per month plan and make the most of their trips in Europe with kids.