With more than 14 acres of slides, pools, food, and fun for all ages, Sun Splash Family Waterpark is Southwest Florida’s largest waterpark. It’s open from March to September each year and can be found at 400 Santa Barbara Blvd., just 2.5 miles north of Veterans Parkway in Cape Coral, Florida.


The thrill offered by the Drop Slides is comparable to that of free falling with nothing to break the rider’s momentum. Thrill-seekers can give these a try before taking on the more extreme speed slides.


The Main Stream River Tube Ride is a favorite of the young and old alike because it provides the ultimate in relaxation. This river is only about a quarter of a mile long, but it makes a very leisurely journey through the park, passing Lake Kennedy and a number of other features along the way. Get a tube, lay back, and take it easy as you float leisurely through the park.


Slides, a hydro storm, blasters, gushers, geysers, and more can all be found at Pirate’s Cove, an exciting water play structure designed for younger explorers.


Try your nerve on one of the three most exciting water slides the park has to offer. Offering the highest, fastest, and most thrilling rides and attractions. Pick your favorite, or try them all to see which you like best.


The twin Slides are a five-story drop that winds for 457 feet and sends riders on a 27-second plunge into its own pool. Without a guardian or if you are under 48 inches tall, you cannot ride. All children between the ages of 36 and 47 must be accompanied by an adult while using a double tube with the handles facing forward, the child seated in front, and the child wearing a lifejacket.


The Sand Dollar Walk is a great way to test your stamina and quickness. If you dare, try grabbing the rope up top and navigating the sand dollars floating just beneath your feet.


The Pro Racers are an excellent toy for kids. These smaller slides are safer for younger riders than the larger rides, giving kids a fun and exciting experience.


Screamers on Cape Fear ride single or double inflated tubes from a platform 30 feet above a dark tunnel 215 feet long. There is a 48-inch height requirement for riders taking the ride alone. Any child under 36 inches in height is required to wear a life jacket and must be accompanied by an adult on double riders.


Slide on the wild side with the Fun-L-Tunnel. Without a tube, this dark, narrow tunnel plunges thirty feet below ground. During the first two hundred feet, you’ll be alone with the water. As you race down our open-air Zoom Flume, you can take in the passing clouds. Starting at the same 30-foot-tall tower as the Cape Fear and Fun-L-Tunnel, this ride extends for another 200 feet through the ground.

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