There are several water parks in Lagos because of the city’s proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. Lagos has been a popular hub for beach goers for centuries; the people have always loved the water. Water Parks are designed to be a lot more fun than beaches because they are private enterprises with many attractions for people of ages.

Water Parks are also designed to be safer than the beaches because people hardly go out into the open water, and so they hardly drown. Water Parks are also popular with young people, especially young families with young children. They are great places to gang out, and to make friends.

However, not all the water parks in Lagos are so good; and you want the best. So here they are:

Top 6 Best Water Parks In Lagos

1. Dream World Africana

Dream World Africana is arguably the most popular Water Parks in Lagos at the moment; for one thing, it is the most talked about right now. This is certainly evidence that fun seekers have found the place very attractive, and very fulfilling. It is located in Lekki; precisely at the First Right Turn After The 2nd Tollgate, KM 20 Lekki-Ajah Expressway, Lekki Penninsula II, Lekki.

Dream World Africana always has a crowd of young children running around; it is a great place come out and let yiour children socialize by running around with their mates.

Dream World Africana is known for its water slides which are some of the biggest in Lagos; measuring nearly three stories at the top. Dream World Africana also has a very large swimming pool; one with a shallow end for kids and adults that do not know how to swim, and a deeper end for people who know how to swim.

Other fun activities at this water parks includes swings, quad bike rides, and football. There is also an area for board games, and also where fun seekers can have their meals or snacks, as well as drinks.

Mummies and daddies are also many around the facilities, just like uncles and aunties. Many who bring their children or wards to this place end up making friends.

2. Laquatic Park, Lagos

Laquatic Park, Lagos is a top water park; it is one of those that have become wildly popular especially among the young crowd in the city. Laquatic Park, is unique; it is the first inflatable water park in Africa. It is essentially a big bouncy balloon; one that if placed on the water for kids to bounce on.

Not to worry; it is fitted with safety nets, and there are people on guard to ensure optimal safety. Children absolutely love this water park; as one may know, children love bouncy castles; they love to jump really high and slide down from the top. Being placed on top of the water makes the bouncy Laquatic Park even more attractive to children.

There is also plenty of nature to watch; and there is plenty of food and drinks around to make the fun even more complete. Laquatic Park is located at the Landmark Beach, Oniru, Victoria Island.

3. Funtopia Water Park, Lekki, Lagos

Funtopia Water Park is located in Lekki; which means it is top class. It is both a Water Park and a play ground with everything kids need to have fun, and to enjoy themselves. Funtopia Water Park is a marvel of design; it has three giant water slides and three interconnecting pools where kids can splash around as they drop in from nearly 6 ft.

The pools give the impression of being in one giant pool; but they are actually separated according to proficiency; one for learners (shallow), another for intermediary (median), and then one for people who know how to swim (deep). 

Funtopia also has a nice longing area from where adults can watch their kids having fun. There is also a games arcade.

Funtopia Water Park is located in Lekki, still on the island part of Lagos State, precisely at KM 35, Epe Expressway, Off Pan African University in Lagos. Very close to Victoria Garden City.

4. Omu Resort

Omu Resort is another water park and play ground that is rising in popularity; it has all the features of a proper water park: water slides, swimming pools, and also has a pirate ship, and an aquarium. Here kids can slide down and splash around in the water; they can or play volleyball in the water, or race each other, or do whatever they want.

Aside from the water; they can also have fun on the land by playing soccer and basketball at the designated areas for those sports. They can also ride quad bikes, and engage in kart racing. Omu Resort also has an Archery stand, and a mini zoo; where kids can learn about many different animals.

There is also a Wax Museum where kids can find replicas of important artifacts, and learn about things that were important to our ancestors.

Omu Resort is located along the Lekki-Epe road, Lagos, about a 10-minute drive from the Lagos Business school.

5. Funderland Mall

Funderland Mall is somewhat exclusive; it is located around two opulent estates on the island, and rich residents of these estates bring their kids out here to have fun, especially during the weekends and on public holiday.

Some attractions to this Water Park include a nice water slide and a large swimming pool where kids can swim, and engage in water sports like volleyball, ball chasing, and just swimming competitions.

Funderland Mall also has space for parties, for family picnics, and gym classes. The park is also great for roller-skating and other out door activities.  

Funderland Mall is located at 16-18 Lekki Epe Expressway, Lagos, which is somewhere between Victoria Garden City (VGC) and Chevron Corporation.

6. Fun Factory

Fun Factory is a fun ground also located in the Lekki Area of Lagos. As the company’s website states, they create fun. This is a place where kids can go to enjoy in a standard sized swimming pool, and they can also enjoy other activities such as volley ball right there in the swimming pool.

There is a huge Ferris Wheel, as well as a carousel. Kids can have their faces painted, and they can also play in a huge mechanized swing. This is a place of fun and enjoyment where kids will never have a dull moment.

There are bouncy castles, tugs of war, and many other activities for the kids to enjoy.

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The best water parks in Lagos Nigeria are mostly located in the Lagos Island part of the state; which is the more upscale part of the city. Contrary to what most people think; there is hardly a water park on this list that only offers aquatic activities. Most of them also offer lots of fun activities on the land as well, which shows that they are more like leisure parks than anything else.

Safety is a priority to the editors of this publication as well as to proprietors of these listed establishments. Therefore, please talk to the staff when you arrive at any of these water parks so as to know their safety protocols.