So you're looking for an exciting summer activity with the entire family that will cool you down from the heat and won't break the bank. What better way to kick off the summer than with an amazing water park?

Not only does Chicago have endless other amazing activities to take part of, it also has a great list of incredible water parks to go to when you're looking to escape the heat on a hot day.

Take the kids and other friends and family out for a day of excitement this August, or make it a fun activity to go through a list of some favorite water park spots every week. 

Cypress Cove Family Aquatic Water Park

Talk about water park fun like you've never seen before. Cypress Cove Family Aquatic Water Park brings the excitement like no other with a large spray playground featuring a giant dumping bucket and beach area. 

There is also a zero-depth pool with diving boards as well as three amazing water slides your kids will have a blast shooting down, and a 600 foot long lazy river to top it all off. 

The six lane swimming pool is perfect for those looking to come for just a swim or even some parents who may be looking for some fun while the kids are off having a blast. 

There are event rentals in this location for outings such as birthdays or get togethers or even a school trip, or even swimming lessons which would be great to take the kids to when they're young. 

Six Flags Great America

Six Flags Great America was opened in 1976 and is popularly known for its incredible rides and adrenaline rushing fun as people from all over the country and even world come to visit just for this amazing park. 

The park itself features a water park called Hurricane Harbor which is an incredible sight to see that stretches across a full 20 acres of land which opened up in 2005.

The endless attractions in this water park feature things like the Wahoo Racer which is a 6 lane water slide absolutely perfect for big groups of friends, as well as Hurricane Mountain which is a 4 lane tube slide. 

Easier to navigate kiddie areas like Buccaneer Bay are perfect for those just too little ones who can't yet take a chance on the big rides with the other people of the park, as well as Castaway Creek which is a river park, and more. 

Mt. Olympus Water Park

If you're looking for variety in your water park, Mt. Olympus Water Park opened in 1990 and designed in a breathtaking ancient theme is the water park for you.

This is a massive water park truly meant for those looking for the greatest adventure around. Consisting of over thirty water slides to begin with, this monumental fun park is designed for small families or large groups looking for a great day or weekend out. 

Stretching across an unbelievable 102 acres of land, this park also features five water coasters and nine go-kart tracks for those looking for even more than just fun in the water. 

With amazing amusement park rides that create an unforgettable experience and indoor and outdoor water rides including Neptune's Water Kingdom and the Medusa Indoor Water Park, this Chicago water park would be a blast to visit this August.

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