This one of the nation's best water parks with about 60 water activities. Their newest attraction is Flash Flood will plunge you down a 50 ft hill in a boat. Another popular ride is Dark Voyage - a 600-foot-long dark tube ride. Younger kids will enjoy Congo Bongo/Kowabunga family slides and Paradise Lagoon. Discounted tickets if you buy online.
On a hot day this is the place to be, the cold water feels amazing. The rides are always fun and is a great way to spend time with the family. Theres rides and activities for all kinds of people and its maintained very well. everyone who's went think it's a whole lot of fun and I'm sure it will be for people who have never went. Its a must go.
This is by far my favorite water park in Wisconsin Dells. If you attempt to google Wisconsin dells you will be bombarded with so many different water park options your head will spin. Well look no further. Noah's Ark Water Park offers waterslides and activities for any age. Demon speed, fast, slow, and lazy such as the lazy river if you just want to soak up the sun. They have an amazing shallow area just for the little kids. Eating at the park can get expensive so you can bring a cooler and picnic in a specified area. Always good for family trips on a budget.
My family and I have spent a lot of time in the Dells. I must say that this is one of my least favorite places to go. The parking has almost always stunk. But the worst thing about it isn't the amazingly snotty High School kids running the place, but the ridiculous amout they feel is okay to charge! I will do my best to never go again!!
My family comes here every year and we have an absolute blast. They have 49 water rides, 2 giant wave pools, 2 endless rivers, and 4 childrens water play areas. This is the largest water park in America. The kids will be beat at the end of the day, remember to bring a cooler with some sandwiches, water, chips, snacks etc. The food and drink inside are very very expensive. Make sure also to bring sandles or some kind of foot protection because with the sun beating down on the concrete it gets very hot and you will burn your feet. The lines can also be extremley busy so make sure to have fun and be safe.
I have great memories of Noah's Ark from when i was a kid and now my new memories I am making with my family there are even better. Noah's Ark has only improved itself over the years. They have a huge variety of different water slides, pools, and activites. They say it is the biggest water park in the country. I say it is deffinetly the best. To save on money we always bring a picnic lunch since the food is outragously expensive. Plus they don't have too many options for you and the kids.
This is great for all ages. Just bring your bathing suit and you are ready to go. There are often hotel and theme park discount tickets online, which will save you more money to go shopping in and around the park. There is so much to do. Everyone will be very tan and tired by the end of your trip.
This water park in the middle of Wisconsin is so much fun. In fact, it is the largest waterpark in America. This park is for everyone of all ages. You can play or lay in the sun. There are 49 waterslides, 2 wave pools, 2 endless rivers, 4 kiddie water play areas, 18-hole mini-golf, Flash Flood, bumper boats, arcades, gift shops, and restaurants. I recommend you get a locker to keep your valuables in, and anything else that you don't want to get wet. And believe me, you WILL get wet.
It was a nice big water park and they had a lot of activities but it was not as good as I expected or as good as other water parks we had visited. The lines were very long, the bumper boats kept breaking down, and it seemed like there was just so much empty space between the attractions. We really enjoyed the huge water slides once we made it up all the stairs and through the long lines though, we waited on average 45 minutes for each ride.
If you are thinking about checking the Curse of the Crypt, save your time! Even our 6 year old thought it was stupid and it is marketed as being scary, we debated not taking her in it thinking she might be scared but she really wanted to try it!
We continue to visit Noahs Ark every year with our whole family! They offer activities for all ages making it easy with our baby! The price for admission is not that bad but pack a lunch and utilize there picnic areas as food is very expensive! The park is always clean and well staffed making me feel safer with all of the young children running around! They offer the BEST water slides, rides and pools!
If you go to the Dells in the summer you have to go to noahs ark! Such a wide variety of waterslides and swimming areas. Perfect for people of ALL ages. My kids look forward to going here every summer. We never get sick of Noahs Ark and always look forward to going back! Food is worth the price, but nothing fancy!
This is a great park fun for all ages, they also have a lot of cartoon themed rides and movies. They have water rides for smaller children to older children, and the price is just right. Often you can find coupons in the area for this waterpark, and it is definately an all day adventure to make sure you plan it right. I can't wait to go back this summer!
My husband and I and our two kids ages 3 and 11 months had a great time at the water park. There are whole areas designated for kids, along with 2 wave pools for all ages. There are plenty of water slides and a lazy river, too, but we didn't do any of those. The only negative is the cost of admission, but there are plenty of places to get discount tickets in the Dells, up to 35% off. I also recommend wearing water shoes for those who have sensitive feet. The pavement there gets really hot and is uncomfortable to walk on.
We took our granddaughter to Noah's Ark Waterpark for her first outdoor waterpark experience this last June. It was the first waterpark I ever went to and it's the one that my kids (now adults) always loved going to.
It was absolutely wonderful! There were only a couple rides she couldn't go on and the lines were not too long. In particular, she loved the wave pool, lazy river, Jungle Rapids - a combination mat and tube slide and even the StingRay. It's a huge park (70 acres) so we went from one end to the other all day long. We got there at 10 AM and didn't leave until 6 PM. She keeps asking when we can go back.
Our next trip is planned for next Monday for a family reunion with kids ranging from 2 to 17 and adults in their 20-40's. It's fun for the kids and the adults. I can hardly wait!
We paid $150 for all-day passes for the five of us, and left after two hours. It was just not worth it. While it was a warm, sunny day, none of the kids wanted to spend time waiting in long lines for short rides; the park was overcrowded (to put it nicely) and overall just a hassle to navigate. It is poorly laid out and some of the rides have seen better days. There is a so-called family area, but I was definitely not impressed after discovering that they served alcohol at the stand INSIDE the family area; it seems to me that something like that should be as far away from an area labeled for families as possible! I would avoid this place like the plague!