How wrong it is to classify Noah's Ark baby park. It is anything but that. As American's largest water park with over 60 water based rides and slides, Noah's Ark Water Park is anything but an amateur water amusement park. Voted the place for water in the Midwest by the Travel Channel, Noah's Ark is perfect for people of all ages.
Located in Wisconsin Dells, WI, Noah's Ark features a variety of attractions many of which are named after a particular Noah's ark animal. These include the Stingray, which is one of only a few rides in the United States to offer a double slide, and the newly built black anaconda, which is America's longest water coaster at one-quarter mile in length. On this ride, the anaconda swallows you and sends you plummeting into its stomach and swirling through its coils making you say 'I love Noah's ark baby!'
Other rides not featured as a Noah's ark animal include the Point of No Return, which is 10 stories high, but takes only five seconds to reach bottom, due to its speed of 40 miles per hour again making you say 'I love Noah's ark baby!' The park also offers the plunge, which is the only head first waterslide in the Midwest and a variety of other rides too.
For those less into thrill seeking, the park offers gentle water rides. Adventure river allows guest to float along the river experiencing geysers, waterfalls and waves throughout the ride. The park also features the wavepool, the endless river, and the paradise lagoon, which includes two lily pad walks, two cable drops, two body slides, three cannonball chutes, a jumping rack and a shallow swim area. Other activities offered include the 18-hole mini-golf course, which is set in a jungle theme. Due to its shade, this is a great place to hang out and get out of the sun.
For kids, the park offers special rides such as the go gator rollercoaster, octoexplorer, king of the mountain, kiddie bumper boats, kiddie slides and choreographed water animal shows.
While at the park be sure to get your fill of good food, as the park offers cotton candy, funnel cakes, dippin dots, caramel apples, frozen yogurt, shaved ice, frozen lemonade, homemade fudge and pretzels. The park also offers five gift shops to help you remember your fun day or buy some special swimwear.
The park is open from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. You can save 10% on tickets when you purchase them online. You can also rent lockers, tubes, lifejackets, and wetsuits from the park upon your arrival, as well as private cabanas. The cabanas include one picnic table, four lounge chairs, two all day locker rentals and two single tube rentals. To ensure a good time, the park advises to arrive early, bring a camera, and of course wear lots of sunscreen. The lifeguards working at the park use over 30 gallons of sunscreen each season.
Noah's Ark Water Park was first started in 1979 by the Waterman family. It has seen expansion of some kind each year of its existence and changed ownership in 1994, when the Gantz family purchased it. With the number of rides and attractions at the park, visitors and guests realize Noah's Ark...baby park...no way. The variety of activities will have you saying 'I love Noah's Ark baby!' Book your trip there today.