The 13 best water parks and water parks in nrw for 2020 (incl

Tropical feeling under palm trees, speed frenzy on the fastest slides or relaxing in the sauna: a day in one of the best water parks in NRW Guaranteed fun for the whole family, regardless of the season.

Get that adrenaline rush on one of the eleven wacky slides in AquaMagis in Plettenberg, experience a special day in first mining adventure pool in the world or leave everyday stress behind thanks to the sauna and brine bath.

We have the 13 best water parks in North Rhine-Westphalia selected for you, in which young and old alike will experience a day full of variety, action and relaxation.

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1. AquaMagis Plettenberg

This water park in NRW is something for adrenaline fans: in AquaMagis Plettenberg you can go to eleven slides enjoy the intoxication of speed.

Every slide in the water park is something special: how about the world’s first standing slides, the turbo-Slide "Green Kick" with a fall start from a height of 10 meters or do you dare to use the Storm Force 1, the first wind slide in the world? At wind speeds of up to 100 km / h, air cushions go down rapidly.

But the AquaMagis is not only one of the most popular slide parks in North Rhine-Westphalia, it also offers you one large sauna area also space to relax and unwind.

There is one for the little ones Children experience pool, a pirate ship to explore and an outdoor area with a playground.

thanks Vacation homes and apartments You can enjoy the water park for several days directly at the AquaMagis, admission is included in the booking.

Address: Böddinghauser Feld 1, 58840 Plettenberg
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 9 a.m. – 10 p.m., Sundays and public holidays 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Ticket prices: Adults from 17.50 euros, children up to 16 years from 14.50 euros
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2. AQUALAND in Cologne

With AQUALAND, Cologne has one of the most exciting water parks in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Get your adrenaline kick on the AQUAconda, This slide is not only going down, but also up, let yourself be Fog the senses from the space typhoon or test with your friends on the AQUAracer who is faster.

In addition to a variety of slides, there is also one pool bar, in which you can enjoy alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails and an outdoor area with brine pools and flow channels.

A special highlight of the water park is the Oxygen Therapy Grotto, in which you can relax in 36 ° C warm brine water.

AQUALAND Cologne offers you a wide range of wellness options: relax in the adventure cave on warm rose quartz plates, in Sole fountain or sweat out everyday stress in one of the eleven saunas.

There is a large paddling area for children with play and slide opportunities.

Address: Merianstrasse 1, 50765 Cologne
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 9:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., Fri 9:30 a.m. to midnight, Saturday 9 a.m. to midnight, Sundays and public holidays 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Ticket prices: Adults 20.90 euros, children 7-15 years 15.90 euros, children up to 6 years 5.50 euros
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3. Atlantis Dorsten

Dive into the fun world of Atlantis Dorsten. The water park in NRW offers fun for the whole family.

There is a lot to discover in the toddler pool and on the Rainbow slide the little ones can get their first slide experience.

The water park offers for the larger ones five slides, with a total length of 390 meters. In the Speed ​​Shark you can speed records set up, 125 meters of slide fun await you in the Smaragd Slide and in the Black Mamba you shouldn’t be afraid of the Darkness to have.

The heart of the fun pool is the adventure pool under a large glass dome and surrounded by a beautiful tropical landscape. In the middle is the original Baltic cutter "Ole Wismar". You may not enter it, but you can dive under it.

If you need some relaxation after all the excitement, just let yourself be in flow channel drive or enjoy a light massage through the waterfalls.

Address: Konrad-Adenauer-Platz 1, 46282 Dorsten
Opening hours: Mon 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Tue-Thu 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Fri 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Sun 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Ticket prices: Adults 12 euros, children up to 16 years 9 euros
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4. AQUApark Oberhausen

© AQUApark Oberhausen

Just a little "luck up!" And down the slide! The AQUApark Oberhausen is one of the water parks in NRW that you must visit.

The first mining adventure pool in the world is reminiscent of the with many lovingly designed details Coal and steel tradition in the region.

You can access the outdoor area through a replica mining tunnels, the individual areas of the water park are divided into areas: Adventure area, outdoor pool area, gastronomy area and sports area.

To the 18 meter high winding tower start the three slides the adventure pool.

You have the choice between the blind shaft, one Black Hole slide, the day shaft, the longest X-tube slide in NRW and the flight slide, with a free fall of 1.5 meters.

There is also one Water Event landscape with a replica of Flötz, a big one shaft house with a bubbly geyser and a great children’s area with a pit horse to play with.

Address: Heinz-Schleusser Strasse 1, 46047 Oberhausen
Opening hours: daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Ticket prices: Adults 11 euros, children up to 16 8 euros, reduced 10 euros
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5. Westfalen Therme

The name suggests relaxation, yes also the Westfalen Therme is one of the greatest water parks in North Rhine-Westphalia.

In addition to various wellness stations, relaxation options and one impressive sauna area the thermal bath also has two water slides and other exciting attractions to offer.

The large thermal pools is under a large glass dome and is therefore very bright and friendly, the many plants complete the cozy flair. In addition to whirlpools and relaxation caves there are also bubble beds, neck showers and floor bubblers in the thermal pool.

For children there is in the Waterpark the lovingly designed Piratenland, including a pirate ship and several small dump buckets.

The Sauna and wellness area goes over three floors with roof terrace, sauna garden and a 32 degree pool. From a total of eight Finnish saunas, you can choose the one that suits you best.

Address: Schwimmbadstraße 14, 33175 Bad Lippspringe
Opening hours: daily 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Ticket prices: Adults from 18 euros, reduced from 14 euros
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6. Bahia in Bocholt

The Bahia in Bocholt, the water park in North Rhine-Westphalia right on the border with the Netherlands, awakens tropical feelings in you, especially when the sun is shining and the huge one Convertible roof is retracted. Of the diving platform, which is designed like a jungle hut, you jump down into foaming spray.

For children there is a separate 300 square meter area, on which various attractions are distributed, the one interactive water feature enable. A toddler slide, a water seesaw, a 3.5 meter high water dragon and much more invite you to play.

The water park is rather uninteresting for slide professionals. The offer includes two slides, the event slide, with different lighting effects scores and the AQUA CHOICE switch slide.

Particularly beautiful in the water park saunas with ten different saunas, all with a different theme, and the large sauna garden with sunbathing area.

Address: Hemdener Weg 169, 46399 Bocholt
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Sun. & Holidays 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Ticket prices: Adults from 16 years 10.50 euros, children up to 15 years 5.25 euros
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7. Maximare in Hamm

The Maximare in Hamm offers fun for the whole family. The water park in NRW has two slides, a wave and adventure pool, one Toddler area and much more to offer.

The wave and adventure pool is connected via a channel, test your strength in the flow channel.

If you dive into the wave pool, you will experience a surprise: a Underwater Aquarium with different tropical fish species is the little secret of the tank.

You can pick up speed either in the steep, red tire slide or in the RIOMare, a 100 meter long slide with a passing and shortcut track.

The 450 square meter Outdoor salt water pool is a highlight of the Maximare.

In addition to the original Leinethal natural brine, it also offers bubble beds, massage jets and Underwater music for maximum relaxation and recreation.

Lean back and let yourself go.

You can get even more benefits for your body in one of the seven saunas, which are staggered for beginners and professionals. It is particularly exciting Arena Mare, in the you Eventaufgüsse experience with extraordinary light and sound effects.

Address: Jürgen-Graef-Allee 2, 59065 Hamm
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-10pm, Sat-Sun & Holidays 9 am-10pm
Ticket prices: Adults from 10.50 euros, children up to 16 years from 7 euros
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8. Düsselstrand in Düsseldorf

The Düsselstrand leisure pool is located in the middle of Düsseldorf. The Waterpark in NRW offers everything you need for a cozy bathing day with your family. There are slides, a paddling pool, a practice pool and one sauna facility.

The Toddler wading pool has a mini slide and water splash animals for Play and let off steam.

The play and play pool inspires bubble beds, a waterfall and a geyser. For more action you can use the Black Hole slide or whiz down the tire slide.

You can find relaxation in one of the three hot tubs or in the recliners with massage jets.

In addition to the 25-meter sports pool, there is a practice pool with a children’s slide and play elements. Win every water fight from the pirates platform and spray the others wet while staying dry. On Wasserballtor and a Water basketball hoop complete the offer.

You get Baltic feelings in NRW in Beach-sauna area of the adventure pool that over Sea, tide and dune saunas, as well as a relaxation area and an outdoor lounge.

Address: Kettwiger Str. 50, 40233 Düsseldorf
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-10pm, Sat / Sun 8 am-8pm
Ticket prices: Adults from 4.60 euros, reduced from 3 euros
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9. Heveney leisure pool in Witten

On 1200 square meters of water The Heveney leisure pool in Witten offers fun and variety for the whole family.

There are swimming channels in the water park, grottoes, Counter currents, bubbling water, massage jets, whirlpools and much more. There is a paddling pool with water cannons for the children.

The Giant water slides Kemnader Blitz and Kemnader Donner ensure a total of 130 meters of sliding fun.

In eleven saunas, including a real Finnish one Sauna log cabin or one Stollen sauna, traditionally designed for mining in the area will help you forget everyday life.

Address: Querenburger Strasse 35, 58455 Witten
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 9 am-11pm, Sun. & Holidays 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Ticket prices: Adults from 9 euros, children up to 17 years 6 euros
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10. Sports paradise in Gelsenkirchen

The following adventure pool in North Rhine-Westphalia also offers bathing fun for the whole family: the Sport Paradies in Gelsenkirchen.

in the water Circus the water surface becomes a ring, a circus wagon with climbing nets, clowns and tigers are available. Due to the different water depths, the circus is suitable for both toddlers and older children.

The rushes over a length of 100 meters Whitewater creek outdoors around the building of the circus. The trip in the stream takes you through deep gorges and steep curves.

Another highlight of the fun pool is the High rope bridge. On a 16 centimeter thick rope you cross the pool of the swimming pool over a length of 22 meters. You do not have to be afraid of falling: protective nets are available.

It goes down rapidly on the adventure slide with impressive lighting effects.

Tip for all fans of Arielle & Co .: There is one every two weeks on Saturdays Mermaid Course for children between 7 and 14 years.

Address: Adenauerallee 118, 45891 Gelsenkirchen
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 6:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat / Sun. & Holidays 9 am-10pm
Ticket prices: Adults from 9 euros, children from 3-14 years from 4.70 euros
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11. Westfalenbad in Hagen

The Westfalenbad in Hagen is one of the largest water parks in North Rhine-Westphalias. On 70,000 square meters there is a leisure and sports pool, sauna and wellness area.

There is a above the leisure pool Convertible roof, which can be opened completely within eight minutes.

The leisure pool offers a flow channel, Whirl-chairs, Floor bubblers and neck showers to relax in, a swimming grotto, a small wide slide and one climbing wall For those who aim high.

The tire slide "Aqua Racer" runs partly underground and convinces with the lighting applications and the speed.

Afterwards you can relax in the spacious saunas go and relax in one of the seven saunas or in the steam bath.

Address: Stadionstrasse 15, 58097 Hagen
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Sat / Sun 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Ticket prices: Adults from 9.90 euros, children from 7.90 euros
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12. Gumbala-Badeland Gummersbach

Another adventure pool in North Rhine-Westphalia is the Gumbala-Badeland in Gummersbach. By doing Gumbalino children’s area, for children from 4 years, there is everything that makes children’s eyes shine: two slides, one Water feature wall, spray guns, climbing tunnel, Suspension bridge and a oversized water-tipping barrel. The children’s area is unique in the region.

Also in Toddler pool there are enough opportunities to let off steam with a children’s slide, water snake and water mushroom.

in the adventure pool there is a flow channel, a wave ball and one tire slide. The entire area is decorated in pleasant green tones. You can relax thanks to Underwater massage jets, Whirlpools and infrared cabins.

The saunas, consisting of Bergisches Stollen sauna, Bergischer herb sauna, Salt crystal sauna and bio sauna, ensures relaxation and recuperation.

Address: Am Hagen 9-10, 34508 Willingen
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Sat / Sun / Holidays 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Ticket prices: Adults 7.50 euros, reduced 5.50 euros
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13. H2O in Herfort

The H2O in Herfort is also one of the adventure pools in North Rhine-Westphalia, which is suitable for both fans slides for as well Saunagänger are suitable.

If you want a little more action, you can explore one of the two slides. The Jungle Cone, a tire slide is that first of its kind in NRW. It is interrupted three times by small, inclined cones so that you commute up and down. You can also use the Difficulty to adjust, which leads to different lighting effects.

The Thunderbird is a black hole slide in which you should feel like one plane crash attend. At the beginning of this slide, too, you can choose how yours slip experience run: if you fall into the sea, a blizzard surprises you or you will be swallowed by a black hole?

The H2O Herfort is not a slide park as such, but the two slides that the water park offers are definitely worth a visit.

A total of twelve Indoor and outdoor saunas make you sweat a lot.

Various infusions and ceremonies round off the perfect sauna experience.

The very special experience for the senses is the Lumikide snow hut with -10 ° C cold dry snow.

Address: Wiesestrasse 90, 32052 Herford
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sat-Sun 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., sauna open daily until 11 p.m.
Ticket prices: Adults from 5.50 euros, children under 16 years from 4.30 euros
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