Violet Sky at Splash Village, Frankenmuth, Michigan

Zehnder’s Splash Village in Frankenmuth, Michigan is the states only retractable roof water park. Boasting 50,000 square feet of indoor space this attraction makes for an exciting water filled adventure! What makes Splash Village so unique is its theme that carries throughout the entire interior of the hotel.

As you can see from the photos, Splash Village is decorated with gnome houses, giant mushrooms and sparkling fairies making for a magical experience.

Violet Sky at Splash Village, Frankenmuth, Michigan

Visiting Splash Village

So while you are visiting Michigan’s “Little Bavaria”, stop by Splash Village for the ultimate waterpark experience!

Zehnder’s Splash Village is a fun place to explore in the summer for a getaway or even a cure for bored wintertime blues.

The hotel features restaurants, an arcade and the giant waterpark. Guests can visit for the day or even at the hotel overnight. Events and parties are also available options for visitors.

Located next to the world famous Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, Splash Village is at 1365 Main Street.

For hours, admission and hotel information please visit

Violet Sky at Splash Village, Frankenmuth, Michigan

Thanks for reading and as always keep on truckin’!

-Violet Sky

Violet Sky has had a life long passion for adventure! Growing up in Michigan and spending time traveling to over 31 states on family vacations by her eighteenth birthday gave her an appreciation for the open road. After finding the most beautiful beach she has dedicated her home port to Panama City Beach, Florida.

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