SplashDown Waterpark at 7500 Ben Lomond Park Drive, Manassas, VA, offers five water areas along with two fast cannonball slides, two 70 foot water slides, zero depth beach area, 25 meter lap pool, funbrellas, 770 foot lazy river, water bubbles and raindrops, boat slide, children’s area featuring four water slides, value meals, tennis, volleyball, lockers, and shower facility all at family prices! Just one admission price to enjoy all of the features and amenities, with unlimited use during your visit. Both season passes and daily tickets are available. The park is the ideal venue for get togethers, reunions, and birthdays. SplashDown Waterpark offers swim lessons, group ticket rates, event planning, and catering. Pavilions are available for rent both outside and inside the waterpark.
Located conveniently near I-66, the Manassas Museum, Manassas National Battlefield, and other local historical attractions and Manassas Waterparks. SplashDown Waterpark is owned by Prince William County and run by the Prince William County Department of Parks and Recreation.
Community Center Pool at Manassas Waterparks
The Community Center Pool at Manassas Waterparks Community Center is an NCCA certified short course indoor pool made up of eight 25-yard lanes, a spa, and zero depth entry. The pool is maintained at a comfortable 82-degree temperature. Life jackets, pull buoys, and kickboards are available for patrons to use while at the facility. Certain parts of the pool might not be open for public swimming at certain times due to league rentals, group exercise classes, or swim lessons.
Swim Lessons – The swim lesson program is designed to assist swimmers at all levels of experience to provide them with less frustration and more success while learning swimming fundamentals. Certified water safety instructors teach all classes. All of the swim lessons take place at Manassas Park Community Center.
Private swim lessons are also available based on instructor and participant availability. All of the lessons take place at the Manassas Park Community Center.
They provide various Water Safety Courses for people wanting to explore the aquatics field further.
The Manassas Park Department of Parks and Recreation runs its indoor pools all year long. They would like to remind all families, youth, children, and adults to swim safely whenever they are using their pools.
Atlantis Waterpark at Bull Run
Get prepared for a full day of playing, splashing, and sliding at Atlantis Waterpark, situated at Bull Run Regional Park, right outside of Centreville. From our two gigantic, adrenaline-inducing water slides with a 500-gallon dumping bucket to dedicated play areas for the kids and relaxing open pools, Atlantis offers thousands of ways for you to stay cool from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Depend on our snack bar, sundeck, and shade areas to stay cool and relax in between slides. The daily rates at Atlantis are always reasonable or you can purchase a Yearly Waterpark Pass so you can visit all five of the NOVA Parks water parks and Manassas Waterparks all summer long.
Attractions and Features at Atlantis
The water slides at Atlantis offer two water slides, which includes 230 feet worth of fun out on the open side, or an exciting 170-foot ride in total darkness on the slide’s closed side.
The large main pool provides swimming and splashing space for everybody – including a play island featuring smaller slides.
The amazing play and dumping bucket feature is the park’s centerpiece, with its sprayers, water cannons, open slides, and covered slides, and more, with all of them being under the current of the gigantic dumping bucket! There is a sand play area and baby pool as well.
Your day of course will not be complete without drinks, food and more! Check out Neptune’s Reef. It is well stocked with all of your favorites! Kick back and sit outdoors underneath the big shade umbrellas and then enjoy a delicious lunch, and head back out and cool off underneath the bucket!
Splash, slide, and swim! Waterworks Waterpark is among the most fun and popular family playgrounds and Manassas Waterparks in the Northern Virginia area. Waterworks is located in Dale City, VA at Andrew Leitch Park boasts water obstacles, several slides, wading pools, a full-service snack bar, and lounge cabanas areas on the shaded shore.
Enclosed Speed Slide – Rip through the thrilling high-speed fun tunnel that blasts you out and onto a landing pool. The requirement for riders is to be at least 48 inches tall or a swim test must be passed.
Circular Open Slide – On this exciting open slide you can twist and turn through rushing water. To ride on this slide, you must be at least 48 inches tall, or pass the swim test.
Zero-Depth Pool Entry – You can wade directly in with zero depth entry into the main pool. This accessible and safe pool entrance keeps you cool very easily.
3 Jungle Walk Features – Keep your eye out for adventure as you are navigating across our challenging three jungle walk features. Will you make it across?
Shaded Pavilions – Reserve a pavilion to use for your group to upgrade your overall Waterworks experience. When not reserved, pavilions are open to all of our patrons.
If none of these are interesting be sure to check out the Signal bay waterpark in Manassas.