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Best Water Parks in New England You Should Visit This Summer!

[fa icon="calendar"] Apr 14, 2017 5:36:39 PM / by Hirosei Kuruma

With the warm weather creeping in around the corner, eveyone is ready to take off their thick winter coats and jump into the water. There are plenty of beaches in New England, but sometimes we just have to relive the fun days of speeding down sliding tubes at water parks - which is why we put together this list of the best ones!

 

1. CoCo Key Water Park Boston North Shore

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CoCo Key is the largest indoor water park in New England, so for families who can't wait until summer, this is definitely the place to be. Located in Danvers, just north of Boston, this indoor water park offers day passes, as well as overnight packages with accomodation. For families with birthdays, CoCo Key also hosts unforgettable birthday events for children. Packed with obstacle courses and slides without the worry of sunburns, CoCo Key is a great place for some quality family time, with a wet twist!

 

2. Funtown Splashtown USA

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Funtown Splashtown is a large scale amusement park in Saco, Maine - and when we say amusement park, we mean amusement park with all sorts of attractions. Bumper boats, roller coasters, go-karts, you name it. Splashtown, its water park counterpart, is also packed with action. From family raft slides to straight plunging drops, there's more than one way to splash away at your friends and family.

 Learn more about their 2017 season passes to enjoy these all-inclusive activities!

3. Santa's Village

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Now you may be wondering: aren't we talking about water parks here? Isn't Santa's season over? Not in New Hampshire it's not - Santa's Village is a year long park with a Christmas theme, whether it's sunny or snowing. During the warm days of Spring and Summer, Santa's Village opens its HoHoH2O Water Park to the public, as well as its Christmas themed attractions. Take a ride on the Christmas Ferris Wheel, and navigate the park on a sleigh monorail over 30 feet above the ground - everyday should be Christmas!

 

Still not satisfied with our recommendations for best water parks in New England? See other options that are most suitable for you and your family!

Check out all water parks in New England!

Read more about kid-friendly things to do in New England as the list never truly ends!

Topics: new england travel, affordable weekend trips, family activities, summer activities for family, summer activities, things to do in new england, family activities in new england, water parks

Hirosei Kuruma

Written by Hirosei Kuruma

A current graduate student at Tufts University, Hirosei is a freelance blogger for Visit New England