There are only a few water parks in New Hampshire. But Water Country is one of the largest outdoor water parks in New England. For year-round fun, the state also offers one indoor water park resort. Note that while they are not water parks, the amusement park, Canobie Lake, the amusement area, Hampton Beach, and the theme park, Santa's Village, all have a few water slides and water park elements.
Before we get to the parks, here are some resources to find other parks and make travel plans:
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Small outdoor water park offers a few attractions including two speed slides, an open and an enclosed body slide, a sprayground with activities for younger children, and a spring-fed swimming hole. In addition to the water park, Candia Springs has an adventure course with bridges, climbing ladders, and ziplines. The park was formerly known as Liquid Planet.
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The medium-sized indoor water park located at the Red Jacket Resort features a tropical theme. Attractions include body and tube slides, a wave pool, an activities pool, and an interactive water play area. Admission is not included in the hotel's room rates. Day passes to the water park are available.
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Located just north of the Massachusetts border, the huge outdoor water park is quite popular with residents of that state as well as New Hampshire. It's also a good spot for vacationers.Water Country offers a lot of attractions including two family raft rides, the Dragon's Den themed bowl slide, the Double Geronimo speed slides, the enclosed funnel ride, Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror, a lazy river, wave pool, and kiddie attractions.
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Good-sized outdoor water park set in the lovely White Mountains. Attractions include the Beluga Boggin raft ride, The Plunge speed slides, the Eye of the Storm bowl slide, the Shipwreck Island water play center, Willie's Wild Waves wave pool, and the Whale Harbor play area for younger children.