Indoor and outdoor aquaparks in Poland

We probably won’t be mistaken when we say that a lot of children (and adults!) would indicate water slides in aquaparks as the greatest fun ever!

Water parks are the perfect way to escape the heat or hide from the rain. They are good for every season of the year (well, in Poland, at least their indoor part…;)

Our post features selected water parks in different regions of Poland – most of them offer outdoor pools as well, which is worth taking advantage of it in summer – the best weather for outdoor swimming in Poland is usually in the second half of June, in July and August.

Please note that aquaparks are very crowded during the holidays and weekends. It is worth buying tickets online in advance (in our post we have included links to buy tickets online for those water parks that offer this option).

Tropikana Water Park in Gołębiewski Hotel in Mikołajki, Masuria – the region of lakes (northern Poland)

  • Location: Park Wodny Tropikana, Hotel Gołębiewski, ul. Mrągowska 34, 11-730 Mikołajki (location on Google map).
  • A family aquapark with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, located in the hotel in the heart of the Masurian Lake District, in northern Poland.
  • The aquapark is open to people who are not hotel guests.
  • In the summer, outdoor pools and summer attractions are available: a sports pool, a recreational pool with water jets, a paddling pool for children, a sandpit, a sun terrace with deckchairs, and 2 beach volleyball courts.
  • The indoor part includes sports swimming pool (length 25m, width 12m, depth from 1.6m to 2.5m), recreational swimming pool (length 20m, width 10m, depth 1.6m), summer/winter swimming pool with hydro massage, river swimming pool, paddling pool for children.
  • Website in EnglishFacebook page.

Photo source: Hotel Gołębiewski

Aquapark in the town of Zakopane – the heart of the Polish Tatra Mountains (southern Poland)

Photo source: Aquapark Zakopane

Tropikana Water Park in Gołębiewski Hotel in Wisła, in the mountains (southern Poland)

  • Location: Park Wodny Tropikana, Hotel Gołębiewski, Al. Ks. Bp. Bursche 3, 43-460 Wisła (location on Google map).
  • An aquapark with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, located in the hotel in southern Poland, in the mountains, on a 713 m high slope.
  • The aquapark is open to people who are not hotel guests.
  • The indoor area includes a swimming pool (length 25m; width 12m; 5 lanes, depth from 1.6m to 2.2m), a recreational pool with a wave and water jets (length 20m; width 10m; depth from 0.0m to 1.6m), swimming pool with hydro massage, paddling pool for children.
  • The outdoor area includes sports swimming pool, paddling pool for children, sun terrace with loungers.
  • Website in EnglishFacebook page.

Photo source: Hotel Gołębiewski

Water park in “Energylandia” – the biggest amusement park in Poland

  • Location: Energylandia, al. 3 Maja 2 Street, 32-640 Zator (location on Google map). 50 km from Kraków, 60 km from Katowice, 250 km from Wrocław, 250 km from Łódź, 340 km from Warsaw, 430 km from Poznań.
  • Energylandia Water Park is the largest outdoor water park in Poland. There are 3 pools with a maximum depth of 140 cm, 14 water slides, and a beach.
  • The water zone of the amusement park operates mainly in the summer period, in favorable weather when the air temperature reaches at least 20°C.
  • Website in EnglishFacebook page.
  • Online tickets.

Photo source: Energylandia

Water park in the city of Kraków

Photo source: Park Wodny Kraków

“Aquapark Wrocław” – a water park in the city of Wrocław

Photo source: Aquapark Wrocław

“Aquapark Sopot” – a water park in the city of Sopot

  • Location: Aquapark Sopot, Zamkowa Góra 5 Street, 81-713 Sopot, 2 km from the city center (location on Google map). 
  • The outdoor zone includes a year-round outdoor pool and a seasonal children’s pool with a maximum depth of 130 cm and a water playground (you can go down to the pool by a three-track eight-meter slide).
  • The indoor zone includes a children’s pool (depth 0-30 cm and 30-60 cm; there are water cannons, animals squirting water, slides for toddlers, geysers), recreational pools, sports pool.
  • Website in EnglishFacebook page.
  • Online tickets.

Photo source: Aquapark Sopot

“Aquapark Reda” – a water park in northern Poland with real sharks swimming in a coral reef aquarium

  • Location: Aquapark Reda,  Morska 5 Street, 84-240 Reda (location on Google map). 40 km from Gdańsk.
  • Aquapark Reda is an indoor water park including “Castle Pool” (the swimming pool complex), “Pirate Bay” (a pool for children with 7 slides), a family slide, a river expedition, and a wave pool.
  • Other attractions include a Shark Slide (a 60-meter-long slide with a tunnel through the aquarium with real sharks).
  • Website in EnglishFacebook page.
  • Online tickets.

Photo source: Aquapark Reda

“Termy Maltańskie” – a water park in the city of Poznań

Photo source: Termy Maltańskie

“Tropical Pools” – a water park in the city of Kielce

  • Location: Baseny Tropikalne Binkowski Resort, Szczepaniaka 42 Street, 25-043 Kielce (location on Google map). 120 km from Kraków, 150 km from Katowice, 150 km from Łódź, 180 km from Warsaw.
  • The pools surrounded by natural tropical plants are located in a glazed hall with a sliding roof. Attractions include 3 large water slides with a total length of 300 m, a lazy river, a water playground for children, paddling pool with water slides for children.
  • The pool is open 365 days a year, the water temperature is 34°C and the air temperature is 32°C throughout the year.
  • Tropical Pools/Baseny Tropikalne are part of the Binkowski Hotel (website in English).
  • Website in PolishFacebook page.

Photo source: Baseny Tropikalne

“Park of Poland – Suntago” – an indoor & outdoor water park in central Poland, 60 km out of Warsaw

  • Location: Park of Poland – Suntago, Nowy Świat 1 Street, 96-300 Wręcza (location on Google map). 60 km southwest of Warsaw.
  • The largest indoor water park in Europe, including 18 pools with a total surface of 3500 square meters (a tropical pool, a thermal pool, a giant wave pool). 
  • Attractions for kids include 30 slides with a total length of 3,5 km, a paddling pool, a heated water playground, the adventure river, playgrounds.
  • Online ticketsWebsite in EnglishFacebook page.

Photo source: Park of Poland

“Termy Mszczonów” – thermal pools in central Poland, 50 km from Warsaw

  • Location: Termy Mszczonów, Warszawska 52 Street, 96-320 Mszczonów (location on Google map). 50 km southwest of Warsaw.
  • Five thermal pools with water with a temperature of 26-34°C, water drawn from a depth of over 1600 m. Other attractions include water slides, saunas, a salt cave, beach volleyball courts, and a playground for children.
  • Website in PolishFacebook page.

Photo source: Termy Mszczonów

“Wodny Park Warszawianka” – a water park in the city of Warsaw

  • Location: Wodny Park Warszawianka, Dominika Merliniego 4 Street, 02-511 Warszawa (location on Google map). 4 km from the city center of Warsaw (in the Mokotów district). 
  • The recreational part of the Water Park includes a recreational and swimming pool with a maximum depth of 1.40 m, a paddling pool for children with an elephant-shaped slide, an artificial river, pipe-shaped slides (45 and 72 meters long) with separate landing pads, an open slide inside the swimming pool hall (15 meters long), outdoor year-round heated pool, connected to the main pool hall.
  • The sports part of the Water Park includes 50-meter “Olympic” swimming pool with 10 lanes.
  • Website in EnglishFacebook page.

Photo source: Wodny Park Warszawianka

Aquapark in Warszawianka Hotel, 40 km from Warsaw

  • Location: Hotel Warszawianka, Jachranka 77, 05-140 Jachranka (location on Google map). 40 km from Warsaw. 
  • The Aquapark is open to people who are not hotel guests.
  • The Aquapark of the Warszawianka Hotel includes a sports swimming pool (20 meters long and 5 meters wide, water temperature 28°C), hot tubes (water temperature 35°C), recreational swimming pool in the shape of an island, wild river, waterfall, geysers with a water temperature of 31°C, paddling pool for children with a slide and a water umbrella, 90-meter slide (intended for guests over 7 years of age).
  • Hotel Warszawianka is located picturesquely by the Zegrze Reservoir. In the summer season, there is a beach (open to people who are not hotel guests) with a beach bar where you can rent water sports equipment (e.g. SUP, scooters, etc.). More in Polish.
  • Info in English about opening hours, prices, etc.
  • Website in EnglishFacebook page. Instagram.

Photo source: Hotel Warszawianka

“Termy Uniejów” – thermal pools and water park in central Poland

  • Location: Termy Uniejów, Zamkowa 3/5 Street, 99-210 Uniejów (location on Google map). 60 km from Łódź, 170 km from Warsaw, 150 km from Poznań.
  • The indoor pools include a 147 m² pool with a pirate ship and other attractions for children and a saline and spa pool.
  • The outdoor area includes a 216 m² saline and spa pool, a small saline pool, a paddling pool, a sports pool, water buffet, wild river, paddling pool area with a castle playground for children, slides (several mini slides for children, slides for adults, the largest of the slides is 58 meters long).
  • Next to the water park, there is the aparthotel (website in Polish).
  • Website in PolishFacebook page.

Photo source: Termy Uniejów

“Aquapark Fala” – a water park in the city of Łódź

Photo source: Aquapark Fala

“Aquadrom” – a water park in the Katowice area

  • Location: Aquadrom, Kłodnicka 95 Street, 41-706 Ruda Śląska (location on Google map). 20 km from Katowice.
  • “Aquadrom” water park in the town of Ruda Śląska has three zones (Recreation, Sports, Sauna), six slides – small and large, eleven pools – shallow and deep. The Recreation Zone includes six slides, a wild river, an artificial wave, three jacuzzi pools, a special zone for children, a water massage basin, and an outdoor swimming pool.
  • Website in EnglishFacebook page.
  • Online tickets.

Photo source: Aquadrom

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