10 Creepy Abandoned Water Parks Around The World

Normally a summer paradise - check out these 10 creepy abandoned water parks from around the world!

1. Lake Dolores Waterpark in Newberry Springs, California, United States

Lake Dolores, which closed in the late 1980s, briefly reopened under different names between 1998 and 2004. Jeff Kern/Wikimedia Commons

2. Hoy Thuy Tien in Hue, Vietnam

Hoy Thuy Tien, one of the world's most famous abandoned water parks, is a tourist destination in its own right. Kris Martyn/Wikimedia Commons

3. Ebenezer Floppen Slopper's Wonderful Water Slides in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, United States

Ebenezer Floppen Slopper's Wonderful Water Slides closed in 1989. Felix Hamilton/YouTube

4. Disney's River Country in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, United States

The remnants of River Country's Slippery Slide Falls attraction. Coreyjune12/Wikimedia Commons

5. L'Aquatic Paradis in Sitges, Spain

L'Aquatic Paradis became a counter-culture hub after closing. Cinematic Media/YouTube

6. Atlantis Marine Park in Two Rocks, Australia

The famous King Neptune statue at Atlantis Marine Park. JJ's Adventures/YouTube

7. Macassar Beach Pavilion in Cape Town, South Africa

This abandoned park is located within a conservation area that protects sand dunes and plants.Tobster FPV/YouTube

8. Water Wonderland in Midland-Odessa, Texas, United States

Water Wonderland was a bustling family destination in the 1980s. Texas Drone Specialist/YouTube

9. Safari Lagoon Waterpark in Pandan, Selangor, Malaysia

Safari Lagoon was built on the roof of a shopping center. neoseven07/YouTube

10. Fun Park Fyn in Aarup, Funen, Denmark

Water slides at Fun Park Fyn. TriggerfingerFilm/YouTube

SOURCE: This Is Insider