Cool ways to cool off in Massachusetts this Summer.
The height of the summer means the hottest part of the summer. If you live in Massachusetts, there are great ways to cool off at these fun water parks and splash parks in Metrowest. Check each website for rates, parking, and hours before you go. (If you want some drier options, check out these parks in Metrowest!
Try the various public pools throughout the state.
Massachusetts Water Parks
There are great water parks too: CoCo Key Water Resort in Danvers and Fitchburg, Water Wizz in East Wareham, Six Flag's Hurricane Harbor in Agawam, and the Wave Pool at the Cape Codder Resort in Hyannis.
There are also fun, dedicated wading pools too. Try Artesani Playground Wading Pool in Brighton, the Adventure Play and Spray at Davis Farmland in Sterling, Beaver Brook Spray Deck and Playground in Belmont, Artemas Ward Wading Pool in Marlborough, Bradley Palmer State Park and Wading Pool in Topsfield, and the Pool Plaza at One Stop Fun in Westford.
For other options, try the Nelson Splash Pad at Nelson Memorial Park in Plymouth, the Cellucci Skate & Splash Pad in Hudson, or the splash pads in Northborough at Assabet Park and in Clinton on Berlin Street. For Boston-based spray parks, check out the Frog Pond in Boston, Splash Fountain at the Christian Science Plaza in Boston, and the Johnson Playground and Stony Brook Spray Deck in Jamaica Plain.
What is your favorite place to splash? Any others to add? Leave a comment below!
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