Water Parks in New Hampshire (NH)
Water parks are a special type of amusement park
, with their own delights: they cool everyone down on a hot summer day; they will wear out kids in a jiffy; and they are fun for family members of all ages, including the teenagers and adults.
Plan to make your way to a water park among your other family activities
on a New Hampshire vacation. Bring sunscreen and go at it; this will be one of the most memorable of your adventures in the Granite State.
2300 Lafayette Road
Portsmouth, NH, 03801
The wet fun starts here
This 26-acre landmark has remained the largest, cleanest, safest and friendliest water park in New England since 1984. With rides and attractions, great dining, places to kick back and relax, you’ve found a special and affordable summer destination. Youngsters can conquer their first water slide at Big Ollie, teens can take on more adventure on Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror, and family and friends can enjoy rides and slides together with the family rides, wavepool and Adventure River. Lots of wet action will keep you smiling as you plunge through curves, tunnels and pools! Relax in style in your own private picnic area or cabana that are perfect options for group activities; group pricing available! Make forever memories here!
528 Presidential Highway
Jefferson, NH, 03583
Pure Joy. Family Style. Every Splash & Slide.
Ho Ho H2O, the Joy Ride Slides, and Poogie’s Splash Pad comprise the water park geared for pre-teen children inside Santa’s Village theme park. Pre-schoolers love the spraying jets of the splash pad; kids over three feet tall have a blast on the three-stories-high Joy Ride Slides; and children of all sizes enjoy the tipping bucket and other features of Ho Ho H2O. The Elfs Lodge serves up satisfying lunches, and houses a gift shop with bathing suits and towels, family-style changing rooms, and restrooms. Use of the water park is included in the general admission to Santa’s Village. Season: the water park operates Memorial Day weekend to mid October.
85 North Policy Street
Salem, NH, 03079
Enjoy hot summer fun and cool down afterwards
Here’s a cool deal. Just 30 miles north of Boston, cool off on a hot summer day after some hot summer fun at Castaway Island Water Park at Canobie Lake Park and the largest water play complex of its type in New England. You’ll find water cannons, 9 water slides, waterfalls, and more than 180 ways of getting wet. Be sure to bring your bathing suit and hit the Island splashing. Castaway Island operates from Memorial Day Weekend through Mid-September weather & temperature permitting. Proper swim attire is required and strictly enforced. Work up a good sweat on the Park’s breathtaking thrills and rides then get your chill on. Admission is included in your one-price general admission to Canobie Lake Park.