If you get the opportunity to go to Orland Park, IL, you need to take time to visit the Centennial Water Park, i cherish water parks, and as it goes, Centennial Water Park, may be one of the best I have ever visited, however when the hot and cold temperatures soar into the nineties, it is tough to find someplace where you can cool down that doesn’t involve an a/c unit.
Water parks are the best site to be, then some of them can be quite overpriced, despite the fact that I haven’t found Centennial Water Park to be on that spectrum.
It is reasonably priced and doesn’t just cater to the little kids! There are zero level pools that have just enough water to get their feet wet. They have the wading pools, and even a small tube ride for the kids, but it’s the splash down tube ride that is really exciting. My partner will spend all morning on the Lazy River, because she says it’s relaxing. I want to have fun while chilling in the waters at the water park. I just wish they had a water park this big that was indoors and nearer to Orland Park, IL… Even when it is below zero, and snowing, it would be nice to be sliding down a long tube and landing in body temperature water, then centennial Water Park is amazing as long as it’s warm and sunny, despite the fact that I am still looking for the perfect site to go in the winter. I feel on those cold days, I willjust need to stay house and be gleeful that I have excellent heating to keep me warm.