3 Best Water Parks In Puerto Rico (2022)

Puerto Rico has water parks!

Some even overlook the sea, offering a beautiful view.

I grew up going to some of these water parks with my family.

In this article, I will share the three best water parks in Puerto Rico:

 

1. Las Cascadas Water Park

Las Cascadas Water Park in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, opened in 1985 as the biggest (and only) water park in the Caribbean. 

The park closed in 2017 because of destruction from Hurricane Maria and then opened again in May of 2022. 

Although it’s no longer the biggest, nor the only, it still holds up as the largest and most popular park in Puerto Rico. Las Cascadas is one of the largest water parks in the Caribbean.  

image of Las Cascadas pool slides
Las Cascadas pool slides.

The park has has something for everyone, with six different water rides, a lazy river, a white-water rapids ride, a wave pool, a water agility course, and a kiddie pool. 

The park is open from 9:00 am-5:00 pm during the summer, typically 5-6 days per week, and they are closed from Fall to Spring. 

It’s best to call ahead, though, as their opening times have been known to move around. 

Watch the video below of Las Cascadas Water Park: 

Las Cascadas is only a 20-minute drive from the BQN Aguadilla Airport.

Below is a Google Map that shows the location of Las Cascadas:

Visit their Facebook Page and ticket website, so that you can look over the prices and contact the park.

 

2. Surf ‘N Fun Water Park

Surf ‘N Fun is known for its surf simulators and has a wide range of activities for kids and families.

Located in San Germán, Surf ‘N Fun boasts on their website that they are the largest water park not only in Puerto Rico but in the whole Caribbean! 

The park has lots of slides, a lazy river, adult and kid-friendly racer slides, a “crazy” river, a rock wall, snack shacks, tent rentals available, and more! 

image of Surf ‘N Fun's pool slides
Surf ‘N Fun’s pool slides.

Parking is available for a fee and there are daily locker rentals. 

If you have a hard time with Spanish, it might be a good idea to directly message or call the park, as the Facebook page and website are all in Spanish.

Surf ‘N Fun is located an hour and a half away from the BQN Aguadilla Airport, and 45 minutes away from the Ponce airport, on the southwest side of the island.

Below is a Google Map that shows the location of Surf ‘N Fun:

More information on ticket prices, opening season and hours, and ways to contact can be found on their Facebook Page and their website.

 

3. Coqui Water Park

Coqui Water Park is a 2.4-acre water park on the northern coast of Fajardo, PR. 

The park is exclusive for guests at El Conquistador Resort, which is perfect for planning a one-stop family vacation to Puerto Rico. 

image of Coqui Water Park's pool slide
Coqui Water Park’s pool slides.

With 253 feet of water slides total, a massive lazy river, nice restaurants, and an infinity pool looking over the ocean, it’s got everything you could need for kids and adults.  

The resort is an hour drive away from the San Juan Airport.

Below is a Google Map that shows the location of El Conquistador Resort:

For more information about booking at the resort and the water park, visit their Facebook Page and their website.

 

FAQ section

Does Puerto Rico have a water park?

Yes! Puerto Rico has several water parks, a few of which are the largest in the Caribbean.

Are there any water parks near San Juan in Puerto Rico?

Yes, near San Juan there are a few kid-oriented parks, and there is a full family-friendly water park located in Fajardo.

 

Final thoughts

Puerto Rico has great water park experiences to offer.

If you are looking for a fun way to cool down with your family during your vacation, checking out one of these water parks is a must-do.

El Conquistador Resort is a must-see and is definitely on my list for future Puerto Rico vacations. 

Be sure to check out our other articles to prepare for your trip, like 21 essential things to pack for Puerto Rico

Also, check out our article about the 45 best things to do in Puerto Rico.

Article by

Jenny Diaz

Writer at PuertoRico.com. Growing up in New York and spending my summers in Puerto Rico, I have always loved writing, travel, and animals. I began my career as a travel writer, and after many different jobs in media, I have settled back into what I love most. I enjoy the beach, exploring the island with my family, and coffee!

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