Whether you enjoy splashing down from a slide into cool, clear water or zipping along in the air, Dutch Springs has all the summer adventure you need. A visit to this 50-acre lake and surrounding park provides a variety of adventures, sure to please everyone in your family. 

The most popular summer attraction is the Aqua Park. With more than a dozen inflatables to climb, slide, bounce, and jump on, you’ll never want to leave the water. Climb the Iceberg and jump or slide down for a thrilling splash, or take a friend onto “The Blob” and see how high they fly before splashing down. If a smooth ride on the water is what you crave, there are kayaks, paddle boats, and stand-up paddle boards for rent. With lakeside lounge chairs and picnic tables throughout the park, it’s easy to make it a day of family fun. 

If your looking to spend a few hours in the air, Dutch Springs has the adventurous Aerial Park. New for 2018 is the Ultimate Jumper. Harnessed to bungees chords, kids can bounce, flip and catch some serious air! A zip line speeds them through the air, and the Sky Challenge ropes course and rock climbing wall lets them test their skill, balance, and bravery more than two stories in the air. 

Dutch Springs was originally opened as a scuba diving center and is one of the largest freshwater diving sites in the country. Over 20 sunken attractions and a variety of aquatic life attract divers from across the Mid-Atlantic region. You can even get a taste of scuba diving with their “Discover Scuba” session, or a snorkeling tour of the lake. 

Party tents and discounts are available for groups, and a variety of themed birthday packages for kids are also available. Team building and Scout badge programs are offered along with private park rentals. And just to make the summer a little more fun, events are planned throughout the summer. July features a Red, White & Blue BBQ on Saturday, July 7 and a Mermaid Festival on Sunday, July 22. 

You’ll never hear your kids say I’m bored” with a day at Dutch Springs. Instead, they’ll beg you, “when can we go again?”