Starting May 18, splash on the shores of the Blue Lagoon wave pool, or go all in with or without a raft, up to 6 feet deep at New Jersey’s top water park, which seems to just keep on expanding. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor New Jersey also offers Discovery Bay, a scaled-down wave pool and slides, and a water play area with climbing ropes, blasters, and a tipping water bucket. Caribbean Cove has more than 55 interactive features for little kids to enjoy. Later this summer, after drifting down the lazy river, visitors can soak in the all-new Calypso Springs, a 100,000-gallon activity pool featuring fountains and geysers to keep everyone cool. Daredevils flock to rides such as Jurahnimo, which has a steep 76-foot drop, and Tornado, which shoots riders into an oversized funnel and then spits them out. For more places to stay cool, check out our New Jersey Water Parks Guide, including those at the Shore.
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