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Info About Waterparks in Minnesota

by Martin
(Canada)

WE ARE COMING TO ROGERS, MN FOR A WEDDING ON OCTOBER 15TH WEEKEND. WE HAVE PEOPLE FROM ONTARIO, CANADA AND FROM SCOTLAND, ALL, WITH FAMILIES AND HAVE TWO OR THREE DAYS AFTER THE WEDDING BEFORE WE ALL FLY BACK OUT FROM MINN. ST. PAUL AIRPORT. WE HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO LOCATE A HOTEL IN THE AREA WITH EITHER A WATERPARK OR A GREAT POOL AND ACTIVITY AREA FOR THE KIDS AS THEY ONLY SEEM TO OPERATE FRIDAY TO SUNDAY. WE ARE LOOKING FROM SUNDAY UNTIL WEDNESDAY..... CAN YOU HELP OR ADVISE FURTHER..... MANY THANKS

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Apr 16, 2011
Water Park in Minnesota Suggestion
by: Visit Minnesota Webmaster

Hello Martin,

You are right that the waterpark in Rogers, as well as a couple of others in nearby towns, are only open on weekends.

My suggestion would be to travel back to the Twin Cities after the wedding and spend your free days at the Radisson Hotel/Waterpark of America. The waterpark is open every day and, as well, you would have all the advantages of the Mall of America including their theme park, LegoLand, UnderWaterWorld plus shopping, etc. Something for everyone!

You will see a link to the WaterPark of America on our waterparks page under "Other Waterparks."

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I hope you and your family have a wonderful time when you visit Minnesota.

Judith Ramsey
Visit Minnesota webmaster

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