King's Pointe Waterpark Resort

Indoor and Outdoor Water Park Fun

King's Pointe Waterpark Resort
There are outdoor and indoor water activities at King's Pointe. King's Pointe Waterpark Resort

Water Park Overview

The indoor water park at King's Pointe is quite small compared to most indoor water parks, but it does pack some nice features into a tight space. The centerpiece is the Electric Eel, an enclosed "interactive" raft ride. Guests choose a theme before riding, and imagery is projected onto water screens inside the tube along with accompanying sounds. The park also offers two other water slides, Intrepid Cyclone and Runaway Rebel, as well as a zero-entry pool with basketball hoops, a lazy river, and a lily pad walk.

During the warmer months, the outdoor water attractions open, including a lazy river, speed slides, the Twisted Tornado bowl ride, and another interactive slide, Discovery Plunge. There are also kiddie water slides, a splash pad, and a zero-entry pool.

While King's Point does offer watery fun and can be an especially welcome respite during winter's chill, there are much larger indoor water park resorts. You can check them out in my feature, A Lotta Water: Where are the Largest Indoor Water Parks?

Indoor Water Park Square Footage


Admission Policy

The indoor and outdoor (weather permitting) water parks are open to registered hotel guests (admission is included with room rates). The general public can also purchase tickets. Reduced price for children 4 to 11. 3 and under are free. Season passes are available.

Hotel Info

King's Pointe offers family suites as well as standard rooms along with supervised children's activities, a restaurant, an arcade, a fitness room, and meeting and function facilities.

What's to Eat?

There is a snack stand inside the indoor water park and a grill at the outdoor water park. There is also a full-service restaurant at the resort that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and includes a bar.

Location and Phone

Storm Lake, Iowa


From Des Moines (app. 155 miles): I-35 N to Exit 111B, US-30 W toward Iowa State Univ. Take US-71/Lincoln St. for 53 miles to Storm Lake. Resort is on US-71, E. Lakeshore Dr.

From Omaha (app. 125 miles): I-29 N toward Sioux City. At Exit 75, take US-30 E toward Missouri Valley. US-30 E becomes US-59 N / IA-141 W. Turn onto IA-39. Turn onto IA-175. Left onto US-71 for 22 miles to Storm Lake. Resort is on US-71, E. Lakeshore Dr.

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