Posted

August 24, 2016

One of the biggest perks of year-round sunshine and temperate weather is that you get to enjoy “summertime” outdoor activities no matter the season – like water parks. Anaheim and Garden Grove hotels have also made it easy to splash and slide by building epic water parks on their properties. From sky-high water slides, wave pools, surf simulators and poolside entertainment — here are five hotel water parks that you need to dive into during your next visit to Anaheim and Garden Grove. 

Five Fun Hotel Water Parks in Anaheim

& Garden Grove
 

Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance

1420 S. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92802

A short 5-minute walk from the Disneyland® Resort, the Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance’s exciting “Surfside Waterpark” makes this hotel a top pick for families looking for adventure in and out of the theme parks. Hotel guests can explore six water slides, a 400-gallon drench bucket, water cannons, a children's pool, 42-foot lap pool and 15-person hot tub. Surf’s up!

Disneyland Hotel

1150 Magic Way
Anaheim, CA 92802


Photo Courtesy of Mommymusings.com

You’re in for a magical treat when you stay at the orginal Disneyland Hotel. As part of the recent hotel renovation, the pool has expanded with a few new features and amenities. The Monorail Pool and water play area are whimsical yet retro. 'Disneyland' is spelled out in familiar blocks atop a platform supporting two thrilling water slides that plunge into splash pools. For younger guests, there is a two-lane mini slide as well as a series of small bubble jets in which to play. The D-Ticket and E-Ticket pools are a great option for a more serene aquatic experience or there are two hot tubs (Mickey and Minnie) where you can unwind and lounge your day away. For the ultimate experience, guests can rent a private cabana and enjoy food and beverage service at the pools from the on-site restaurants.

Howard Johnson Anaheim Hotel and Water Playground

1380 S. Harbor Blvd
Anaheim, CA 92802

Castaway Cove, the watery pirate playground is a kid's paradise and a perfect respite during a busy park day. Toddlers will love Speedy's Sprayground, a fountain splash pad featuring Speedy the friendly turtle. Looking for some action? No problem! There are also four mini-water cannons, a water curtain, two water umbrellas and a children's wading pool with a beach-style entry. If you are looking for some peace and quite, be sure to find the garden pool, a secluded swimming pool surrounded by gardens and mature trees. Make sure to wind down your day with a dip in the whirlpool spa to prep for another day of vacation fun!

Paradise Pier

1717 Disneyland Dr.
Anaheim, CA 92802


Photo Courtesy of Babes in Disneyland Blog

Rooftop views, two pools and an extreme waterslide makes Disney's Paradise Pier® Hotel the perfect after-park activity for any adventure-seeking family. Start off by sliding down California Streamin' and catch a glimpse of Disney California Adventure® Park and beautiful Downtown Disney® District. Have a few adventurers-in-training in your family? The children’s pool is a perfect place for them to make a splash. End the evening with a magical pool party complete with music & games for the kids, and a prime spot to take in the fireworks.

Great Wolf Lodge

12681 Harbor Blvd 
Garden Grove, CA 92840

California’s first and only indoor water park resort, you’re sure to have a howlin’ good time at the Great Wolf Lodge. The 100,000+ sq. ft. indoor mega-waterpark features a six-story “Howlin' Tornado,” where up to three people can drop into a six-story funnel sending them swishing and swirling 30 feet up the sides of the funnel before making a safe splash landing. Prefer to surf the waves? Try the surf simulator or just float in the wave pool. The fun doesn’t end there as the property  has seven restaurants, a bowling alley, a spa for girls and an interactive scavenger hunt called MagiQuest that ends with a battle against a dragon.