Going to a water park is fun for kids and adults. Water parks are popular all over the world. They provide a fun and active way to cool down. Most water parks are outside but some are indoor, but what makes a water park worth visiting are the rides. If you’re like me you seek thrills and riding the wildest, most extreme water park rides is the only way to satisfy that urge. If you aren’t afraid of heights, the sight of loops and twists excite you and you have an unquenchable thirst for speed, than this list is for you.
Snake River Falls Cedar Point is an amusement park located on a Lake Erie peninsula in Sandusky, Ohio. It opened in 1870, and is the second oldest operating amusement park in the United States. Cedar Point also is the home of Snake River Falls, a shoot-the chute style water slide. The ride made its debut in 1993. It opened as the tallest and fastest water ride in the world with a drop of 80 feet and speed of 40 mph.