Looking for fun things to do this summer in Indiana with the family? This waterpark is a hidden gem in Indiana that you have to check out!

When it gets hot and sticky outside in Indiana, what's the one thing everyone wants to do? Go swimming to cool off. As you know, there are a lot of places in Indiana that you can visit during the summer to cool off in the water. There are several pools, lakes, and splash pads scattered all throughout the state. One of the biggest attractions in the state is Splashin' Safari in Santa Claus. Perhaps you just want to take it easy on some of Indiana's best lazy rivers. Or maybe you'd like to visit what was named the best swimming hole in Indiana? Either way, you can never get enough fun in the water during the summer. You might want to check out this epic swimming hole waterpark in Indiana.

Pine Lake Waterpark

Pine Lake Waterpark in Berne, Indiana has reopened for the season. This place has been around since 1922. I had never heard of Pine Lake before, so I visited their website to see what the hype from my friends was all about. After visiting their website, seeing all of their attractions, and finding out that they have good food there too (always necessary), I knew that I had to share it with you! It's a swimming hole that has grown into WAY MORE than just a lake.

Pine Lake Waterpark has so much to offer to the entire family. They have 4 major slides, 10ft, 20ft, and 30ft jumps, a cable ride, a log walk, a splash pad, and more! Oh, and you can even rent a duck boat. Yes, I said a duck boat.

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Swimmers at Pine Lake Waterpark will receive one of two wristbands upon entering the facility. One for swimmers and the other for non-swimmers. Here's what they entail: Swimmers' wristbands allow those who can swim independently to use any of the attractions. Non-swimmers' wristbands are not permitted on the jumps, cable ride, red slide, or past the rope in the deep water.

Check Out Pine Lake Water Park in Indiana

This place looks like a lot of fun, right?! Pine Lake Waterpark is open for the 2024 season on May 25th. Here's the cool thing about Pine Lake Waterpark, it's very inexpensive to visit. Ages 10 and older is $9, ages 4-9 is $7, and kids under 4 are free. You can learn more about the waterpark and plan your visit by clicking here.

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