We had so much fun at Country Springs! It is on the smaller scale as far as indoor water parks go, but it had plenty to keep us occupied for the morning. I think young children could make a full open-to-close day of Country Springs, but older kids would probably get bored after a few hours.
There is an "interactive" water play area: small water slides, water guns, dump bucket, and the like.
This picture is a little bit of a broader shot of the back end of the water park. The blue tunnel carries tubes to the top of the staircase. The large slides start & end inside, but the structures themselves are all outside the building.
There is also an activity pool with basketball and balancing lily pads, plus there's a hot tub.
One of my favorite things about Country Springs were that my kiddo could wear her own floatie! Wouldn't have seemed like a big deal except that I discovered this summer our nearest community pool didn't allow them.
My other favorite part was that there was no height or age requirement for the tube slides! This really surprised me, but we were thrilled because my kiddo LOVES water slides. Daddy may or may not have accidentally taken her on an unsupervised one this summer for which (we later discovered) she was technically too little, thus spurring her love of them. Whoops! Anyhow, at Country Springs it was no problem; as long as she was with an adult, she was good to go!
Country Springs Water Park
2810 Golf Rd ~ Pewaukee, WI ~ 262-547-0201
Admission: $15/weekday pass, $25/weekend day pass, but check for specials, especially during certain days/hours; under 2 is free