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Splash Bay Indoor Water Park & Holiday Inn

Editor's Note– Unfortunately Splash Bay Indoor Water Park has been shut down for good.

Play in pools and rocket down exciting water slides at this indoor water park resort and stay the night at the attached resort hotel to make it a vacation.

Splash Bay is a 35,000 square-foot, climate-controlled indoor water park in Maumee, Ohio. Open seasonally on weekends, this family friendly water park has three large water slides, an interactive spray fort and meandering lazy river. Slides include the thrilling Red Hydro Spin, body bowl slide, Blue Tunnel Twister speed slide, and the Yellow Pipeline tube slide. For water fun there is an activity pool with basketball, lily pad walk and floating animals and the Fort Meigs play structure is topped with 1,000 gallon dumping water bucket, plus two kiddie slides.

Towels are provided at Splash Bay. Other amenities include a large arcade with video games and concession stand serving food, drinks, and treats.

Deluxe family accommodations are available at the attached and renovated Holiday Inn Toledo–Maumee, with bunk beds in select rooms. Each room features complimentary Wi-Fi Internet service, plus a microwave and refrigerator.

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1705 Toll Gate Drive
Maumee, OH 43537

(419) 482-7777

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Type of park:
Indoor Waterpark Resort

Park size:
35,000 sq. feet

Operating season:
Closed for good

Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.

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