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

Pure Joy. Family Style. Every Splash & Slide.

Ho Ho H2O, the Joy Ride Slides, the new Polar Paradise, and Poogee’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 and Polar Paradise. 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 with admission to Santa’s Village. Season: the water park operates Memorial Day weekend to mid October.