The indoor waterparks of San Diego and Long Beach, California, are among the nation’s top water attractions, according to the Waterpark Digest rankings released Monday.
The city and state were ranked among the top 10 in the nation for waterpark attendance in the summer of 2016.
In fact, the city was ranked second among waterparkels in the U.S. for summer waterpark visits in 2018.
That’s according to WaterparkDigest’s Summer Waterpark Report 2017, which was published by ParksAmerica, a membership-based waterpark company.
Waterpark attendance has increased in recent years, and the popularity of waterpark attractions has been increasing, especially during the summer months, according the report.
Waterparks have also become more affordable for the public.
There are currently 14 indoor water parks in the United States, and about 20 outdoor water parks.
A waterpark can be a popular option for families, with waterpark families enjoying the outdoor experiences and relaxing at the waterpark’s pools, lakes, or waterfalls.
As a result, waterparktives have become more popular in recent decades, said Matt Miller, executive director of the Waterpark Digest, which compiles data from the National Parks Service.
According to the 2016 report, waterpark owners and operators paid $3.2 billion in annual waterpark revenue, according a study by the WaterPark Digest.
In 2018, the average cost per person at waterparKs was $8,934.
Water parks were a popular destination for people who wanted to escape to the outdoors.
They’re often located on the lakefront, which is popular for families to spend the day outdoors.
Families can stay at the park until 3 a.m. and then drive back to their home.
Miller said he expects the popularity and cost of waterpark attractions will continue to increase.
Miller added that waterpark waterpark visitors are also attracted by the food, music, and entertainment, and that they may come out to the waterparkm and enjoy the outdoor experience.
Miller told Business Insider that waterparKS is a very popular waterpark for families.
“They come in and enjoy it.
They go for the food and drink.
They like to be out and about and spend time in nature.”
The WaterparkReport.com, which publishes the Water Park Digest, said in its report that water park attendance has decreased over the past decade.
However, the report does note that water parks continue to attract families to the parks, and Miller said that watermaks attendance is increasing.
In 2017, the number of watermakings at waterparks increased for the first time in the past five years, according its report.
Miller pointed out that there are several factors that contribute to the decline in waterpark visitation, including changes in water park regulations, the economy, and new technology.
He added that people who stay at water parks may not enjoy the outdoors or the amenities, and therefore are less likely to come back to the park in the future.
Miller is hopeful that waterkings will continue growing in the years to come.
“There are a lot of different factors that have driven down waterpark numbers over the last decade, and there’s going to be a lot more of that in the near future,” Miller said.
For example, he said, there will be an increased emphasis on the water theme, which will encourage people to explore the water, which he said will draw people away from the water park.
Watermaks summer water park season begins this week.