Water Parks In Poland

Who said Poland is just a country with historical sites, and charming old towns? There is so much more in Poland than that! If you want to have fun during your trip, you may visit one of the water parks in Poland.

In this post, I am writing about all the water parks in Poland. Here’s the map with all their locations:

Water Parks With Thermal Baths

Apart from water parks, there are many thermal baths in Poland that have water attractions.

I have a separate blog post about thermal baths in Poland. Follow the link to read it!

The best water parks with thermal baths that I am writing about are:

  • Uniejów Thermal Spa
  • Bania Thermal Pools
  • Bukovina Thermal Pools
  • Gorący Potok Thermal Pools
  • Termy Maltańskie
  • Tarnowskie Termy

They are also included on the map above. Again, I am only mentioning them in this article, for details, read this article.

Suntago Wodny Świat – the largest water park in Poland & Europe

The largest indoor aquapark in Europe is situated in Wrecza village, central Poland.

It’s just 50 minutes drive by car from Warsaw, the Polish capital, and a 1 hour and 15 minutes drive from Lodz!

Suntago was opened in 2020, so this water park is still developing. Except for the many pools and slides, you can find there also thermal pools, saunas, and baths.

One of the attractions inside is the real palm trees.

I visited Suntago water park with my family right after it was opened. Read my full review of Suntago Park of Poland (follow the link).

Suntago’s official website–> click here.

Aquapark Reda

It is the first and, as for now, the last water park in Poland connected to the aquarium where you can find real sharks imported from Sri Lanka.

Aquapark is located in a small town called Reda in Kaszuby. The biggest attraction in Aquapark Reda is a 60m slide in a tunnel leading to the shark’s aquarium.

Everyone will find something for themselves in the Aquapark Reda! Kids can enjoy the Pirate Bay area with seven water slides and a ship.

Youngsters and adults may slide down the largest slides, have fun in a pool with false waves, or relax in a jacuzzi.

There are many other water attractions in Aquapark Reda. Visit their official website (follow the link) to read more.

Water Park in Kraków

Park Wodny in Kraków is one of the biggest water parks in Poland. It is located in one of the largest and most popular cities in PolandKraków.

There are 10 slides in the water park, with the largest that is 202 metres long!

Some of the other attractions in Kraków’s Aquapark include:

  • 3 pools with fountains
  • hydro-massage
  • pools with waves
  • water climbing wall

The most unique attraction in this water park is a huge fountain in Wawel Dragon’s shape. Dragon is a symbol of Kraków.

Kraków’s Aqua Park official website–> click here.

Baseny Tropikalne Binkowski Resort in Kielce

What’s special about Binkowski Resort? It’s probably the only water park in Poland where you can feel the vibe of the tropical island. It’s all because of the real exotic plants that are visible all around.

The aquapark is situated in the hotel so you can combine your visit to the water park with staying in the hotel and sightseeing in Kielce.

Binkowski’s heart is a large pool called the ‘Blue Lagoon’. It is not deep, and it’s located pretty close to the tropical bar. That’s why it’s a great place to relax!

There are many other attractions at Binkowski Aquapark! Some of the include the brine
pools, the pools with hydromassage, and 3 slides. The biggest is called the Magic Eye and it’s available for pontons only.

Binkowski’s official website–> click here.

Aquapark Sopot

This water park is located in Sopot, one of the famous Polish seaside towns.

When you don’t feel like going to the beach, visiting Aquapark in Sopot is a great alternative! Each person will find something to do there.

Sopot’s waterpark has 5 baths with two different types of hydromassage and amazing saunas, from steam and Finnish sauna to Tepidarium.

In the main pool, you can find plenty of attractions such as a cave with a waterfall, a wave pool, and an all-year outdoor pool.

Kids can splash in the shallow, warm pool with water cannons, geysers, slide.

Sopot Aquapark’s official website–> click here.

Aquapark Fala in Łódź

It is one of the largest water parks in Poland.

It’s divided into three zones:

  • pool zone
  • saunas zone
  • Wellness & Spa zone

Aquapark in Łódź has an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as many water slides! The largest is 146m long!

Łódź Aquapark’s official website–> click here.

Nemo Świat Rozrywki Water Park

It is located in Dąbrowa Górnicza. Nemo is not the largest water park in Poland but it’s worth visiting if you are in the neighborhood!

Here’s what you can find there:

  • swimming pool
  • relaxing pool with water massage
  • kids’ pool with water attractions
  • jacuzzi
  • pool river
  • 3 water slides
  • all-year outdoor swimming pool
  • saunas
  • graduation tower
  • seasonal summer outdoor pools for kids and adults

Apart from the water attractions, there are other amazing things to do at Nemo’s. Before or after your visit, you may go to the gym, bowling, billiards, or a music club.

Nemo’s official website–> click here.

Aquapark in Wrocław

If you are visiting Wrocław, going to the aquapark is a pretty good idea!

The water park is rather small but it has all you need to have fun for a few hours.

Here’s what you can find there:

  • kids’ pool with water attractions
  • wave pool
  • lazy river pool
  • 6 different water slides
  • jacuzzis
  • saunas
  • swimming pool
  • outdoor brine pool
  • seasonal outdoor pools

Wrocław Aquapark’s official website–> click here.

Aquapark in Zakopane

This water park is outranked by all the other in Zakopane area, however, it’s definitely worth visiting!

It’s located in the heart of the town which makes it pretty unique.

Here are the attractions that you can find in Zakopane’s Aquapark:

  • indoor and outdoor thermal pools
  • 5 water slides
  • jacuzzis
  • wild river pool
  • water swing
  • kids’ pool
  • swimming pool
  • saunas

Wrocław Aquapark’s official website–> click here.

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