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A fun place to cool off on a hot day. A theme park mixes adrenaline-pumping thrills with family-style fun.
Now grab your swimsuit and be ready to get wet.

1. Schlitterbahn Waterpark, New Braunfels, Texas.

More than 40 rides on its 65 acres and includes something for everyone. The Master Blaster Uphill Coaster has been voted best waterpark attraction.

2. Disney's Blizzard Beach, Kissimmee, Florida.

The Magic Kingdom gets wet at Disney's Blizzard Beach, one of three water parks at Walt Disney World in Florida.

3. Raging Waters, San Dimas, California.

During their visit to Raging Waters, die-hard water park fans will want to take on the Wedge, one of only three slides of its kind in the United States.

4. Water Country USA, Williamsburg, Virginia.

At 25 acres and with 40 rides, a park of Water Country USA's '50s and '60s theme.

5. Splish Splash, Long Island, New York.

30 different rides, the most popular may well be Cliff Diver, a speed slide that plummets riders 80 feet down at 55 mph.

6. Soak City, Buena Park,California.

Open 2000, the park crams in 21 major rides, offering a mix of experiences that range from thrill rides to beach-bound adventures

7. Water World, Denver,Colorado.

At 64 acres, this is one of the largest water parks in the United States, offering theme rides in addition to typical water park fare.

8. Six Flags White Water, Marietta, Georgia

With rides that lean more toward the conventional water park - a wave pool, lazy river and other family-style attractions - this is a place the whole family can enjoy.

9. Wet 'n Wild, Las Vegas, Nevada.

If you need to cool off from a hot run at the slots, dip into Wet 'n Wild, The park's most popular ride is the Royal Flush which sends riders down a watery shoot at 45 mph and then dumps them into a pool.

10. Noah's Ark, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin

With more than 60 water-based fun activities available, Noah's Ark is the place for water in the Midwest.

Source: Travel Channel.