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Floating water parks

kid jumping off inflatable water structure

Floating water parks

Visit these water parks located in state parks!

There are three fun-filled water parks located in state parks. These water courses (suitable for both kids and adults) include inflatable slides, runways, jumping pillows, bouncers, climbing walls and more. Visit individual website to view ticket information, rules, height requirements and hours of operation.

  • You must be at least 48" tall (45" for WhoaZone) to use the equipment.
  • If arriving by vehicle, a Recreation Passport is required for park entry.
  • Ticket, reservation info and additional amenities can be found on water park websites.
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Open seasonally

kids playing at the jump island water park

Jump Island - Brighton Recreation Area

Michigan's first outdoor inflatable water park is situated on Bishop Lake and offers the ultimate inflatable water park experience. The park offers sensory-friendly sessions and a special park section for smaller children!

Water Warrior Island Bald Mountain Recreation Area

Water Warrior Island - Bald Mountain Recreation Area

Have fun in the sun in Oakland County. Unleash your inner warrior and attack this ninja warrior course, defeat the 20-foot wall, conquer the 25-foot slide and swing and blast yourself into the air. The course will challenge your abilities to climb, jump, balance and test your strength.

kids jumping on the water park at WhoaZone in Holly Recreation Area

WhoaZone at Heron Beach - Holly Recreation Area

Conquer two unique courses, where you can climb, jump or slide on easy-to-challenging obstacles, including the gigantic springboard and floating trampoline. A special water play area is available for kids age 4-7 years and 39"-59". Shaded seating, watercraft rentals, lockers and concessions are available.

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Recreation Passport

Your key to Michigan state parks, recreation areas, state forest campgrounds, boating access sites and state trailheads all year long. See where it can take you!

Michigan.gov/RecreationPassport.