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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.

Water-Parks in New Hampshire
Whale's Tale Waterpark - Lincoln, NH
Whale's Tale Waterpark

481 Daniel Webster Highway - Route 3 Lincoln, NH, 03251 Phone: 603-745-8810

No one goes away unhappy (or totally dry!) at this family-favorite water park

It’s easy to see why the Whale’s Tail Waterpark is New England’s favorite water adventure park: There is something to get everyone excited. Thrill-seekers will flock to the dual speed water slides of The Plunge and the bobsled-style Harpoon Express course. Little ones love the gentle figure-eight course of the Beluga Boggin and the perfect wading water and fountains of Whale Harbor. Families have a blast at Shipwreck Island with massive bucket dumps and interactive multilevel sprayers. And everyone can unwind tubing down the lazy river of Jonah’s Escape or soaking in the 85-foot heated pool and giant hot tubs at Castaway Cove. There’s a full-service restaurant as well as a pizza and subs spot, a beach bar and private cabanas.
Water Park - Santa's Village - Jefferson, NH
Santa's Village

528 Presidential Highway Jefferson, NH, 03583 Phone: 603-586-4445

Water park provides some tropical thrills, from twisty slides to gentle splash pads

It may be called Santa’s Village, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t some tropical fun happening at this popular activity park. Interactive water play in the Polar Paradise includes multiple spray zones and small slides. The thrilling JOY Ride Slides feature three unique, twisty-turny slides, each three stories high, that speed you into a quiet run-out. There’s a splash pad for preschoolers with gentle fountains of water. And in the Ho Ho H20 attraction, there are splashes, slides, climbs – and a giant bucket that spills gallons of water every few minutes. Rent a cabana for up to six people or Santa’s super cabana for up to 12 and relax in between the water fun. Dine in a restaurant overlooking the park.