5 Indoor Water Parks Near Pyeongtaek for Winter

Looking for something fun, warm, and indoors during the cold winter months? These 5 indoor water parks near Pyeongtaek are perfect for winter.

About Water Parks in South Korea

Water parks can be found across South Korea in many different sizes. Some parks are small local spots while others are huge commercial experiences. It doesn’t matter where you are, you can likely find an indoor water park nearby. Such water parks have not been extensively covered on English-focused blogs so you may not find a great deal of information about them.

Numerous water parks in South Korea operate year-round. This means that you can go have some warm summer fun in January! You don’t have to wait until summer for plenty of water-related fun.

What To Wear to a Korean Indoor Water Park

Water parks in South Korea require that you wear a cap and swimming goggles. We recommend the use of a swimming cap, but some water parks may allow you to wear a baseball cap instead. All water parks have a small shop where you can purchase such items if you did not bring such items with you. These shops also often sell swimming great and other items

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Those attending water parks usually wear full-coverage swimming shirts and shorts that are comfortable for active play. You may see fewer minimum coverage suites that you might find in the west. Some water parks may even require full coverage suites for different rides. However, this changes year-to-year with many young people choosing more western-style swimming attire.

About Indoor Water Parks Near Pyeongtaek

The area around Pyeongtaek has access to water parks from big to small. This includes Awesome Plex which is a small water park directly in Pyeongtaek and Caribbean Bay (which is one of the largest in Korea) only 30-40 minutes drive.

5 Winter Friendly Water Parks Near Pyeongtaek

Awesome Plex

Awesome Plex0

0507-1342-8024

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Hangul Address

경기 평택시 고덕면 도시지원1길 91

Notice: Reservation required and proof of Pyeongtaek residence. Contact 1330 to ask more details. An small indoor kids water park that opened in 2021. This is also a newly developed area of town so you need to use Naver or Kakao maps for navigation. Even they might not work perfectly on the new roads.

(Listing information provided by the South of Seoul app)

Ocean Park Resort

Ocean Park Resort0

041-906-7000

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Hangul Address

충남 천안시 동남구 성남면 종합휴양지로 200

Part of Daemyung Resorts and located in the scenic mountains of Cheonan, Ocean Park is host to rejuvenating hot springs and a fun water park. There are indoor and outdoor playgrounds, a wave pool, outdoor themed pools, and much more! It is open year round, and parking is readily available. Search for "Tedin Resort" or "Tedin Water Park" in WAZE to pull up the proper pin. Cultural Notes for Swimming Pools: This is a Korean pool. They do not cater to foreigners. You will be expected to follow Korean customs when visiting. To enjoy the experience leave behind your expectations of home and be open to experiencing something new. Here are some basic rules to help you be successful: - Wearing bikinis, board shorts, or revealing clothing is not appropriate. Men must wear body conforming swim suits and women should wear a full coverage suit. Think competitive swimming wear. - Swim cap and googles are REQUIRED. You will NOT be allowed in the pool without them. - Free lap swim areas are often limited. Expect to be swimming in close quarters with others. - Consider your noise level. Try to avoid taking over the space. Be considerate of others around you.

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Asan Spavis

Asan Spavis5

041-539-2000

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Hangul Address

충남 아산시 음봉면 아산온천로157번길 67

This is a resort style spa with restaurants, a water park and facilities for other sports like badminton and snow sledding. Cultural Notes for Outdoor Swimming Pools: Thank you for understanding this is a Korean outdoor pool. They do not cater to foreigners. You will be expected to follow Korean customs when visiting. To enjoy the experience leave behind your expectations of home and be open to experiencing something new. Here are some basic rules to help you be successful: - Wearing bikinis or revealing clothing is not appropriate. Swimming shorts and t-shirts and full coverage suites are best. These can be found at Lotte Mart, E Mart or Home Plus. - Baseball caps or swimming caps are REQUIRED for ALL people in the pool. This helps keep the pool clean. You will not be allowed to play in the pool without them. - Consider your noise level. Try to avoid taking over the space. Be considerate of others around you. Numerous food locations and shops on site. Including a shot for swim wear. Discounted entry fee for Asan and Cheonan residents.

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Carribean Bay Water Park

Carribean Bay Water Park4

031-320-5000

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Hangul Address

경기 용인시 처인구 포곡읍 에버랜드로 199

A large water park with both indoor and outdoor facilities. Open year round.

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Cheonan Sangnok Water Park

Cheonan Sangnok Water Park3

041-560-9114

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Hangul Address

충남 천안시 동남구 수신면 수신로 576

A small, family focused indoor and outdoor water park that is open year round. Water parks require hats/swim caps and swimming goggles.

(Listing information provided by the South of Seoul app)

Contact 1330 with Specific Water Park Questions

To confirm information regarding water parks contact 1330 for more information. During the pandemic, we recommend confirming all information before driving anywhere. You can confirm such information as:

  • Days and times open
  • What you should bring
  • Ticket prices
  • Age limits
  • Parking information

Water Parks and Pandemics

Pleases Note: 1330 will not be able to confirm policies and procedures related to COVID-19 restrictions due to the fact such policies and procedures are locally implemented.

Water parks across South Korea implement different rules during a pandemic. Such rules could include:

  • proof of vaccinations
  • accepting guests from the immediate area
  • limits to the number of guests per day
  • requiring reservations
  • etc.

South of Seoul recommends contacting the water park to learn their restrictions. You will need to contact the water park directly as each town and business may manage aspects of pandemic-related rules individually.

Discover More Water Parks in South Korea

If you didn’t find the water park experience you are looking for in this South of Seoul blog, search 워터파크 on Instagram or Naver. You may find many more water parks that would meet your needs closer to your home or hotel in South Korea. However, if you love these 5 Indoor Water Parks Near Pyeongtaek for Winter, let us know why in the comments.

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