Here are four water parks within easy driving distance of Twin Falls.

For the sake of this post, we'll define 'easy driving distance' as a simple day trip. All of these water parks can be reached in three hours or less. You could leave early in the morning, enjoy the park and return to Twin Falls on the same day.

Roaring Springs

Only a two hour drive, Roaring Springs is the closest water park to Twin Falls. With plenty of adventurous slides and a lazy river, you can easily burn an entire day here. And there's more to do here than just water sports. Wahooz is Roaring Springs' sister-park that has batting cages, mini-golf, laser tag, bowling and go-carts. Each park has its own price of admission but you can save money by purchasing combo passes that allow you to hop between the two parks.

Cherry Hill

Just under three hours from Twin Falls, Cherry Hill is a water park in Kaysville, Utah. Cherry Hill has a splash park, a river run, lazy river, water slides and two pools. Camp sites are available if you want to stay overnight.

Lagoon A Beach

Lagoon A Beach isn't what you would call a full blown water park but this extension of Lagoon amusement park in Farmington, Utah features many of the same attractions you'll find at any other water park. They have a lazy river, rapids run and six acres of slides and hydro tubes. Admission to Lagoon A Beach is included in the price of your Lagoon Park pass.

Seven Peaks Water-park

At about four hours, Seven Peaks is the farthest drive from Twin Falls. But with more than 14 attractions, maybe it's worth the extra drive. Then again, maybe not. Of all the parks we checked out, Seven peaks has the most mixed reviews. With an average rating of only 3.1, many reviews complain of the park being run down and that many of the attractions are broken or closed.  If you don't mind driving a little further, Seven Peaks has a location in Provo that seems to get slightly better reviews.

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