Water Country is New England's largest waterpark. Located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, waterpark attractions include more than a dozen water slides, wave pool and several water playgrounds.
There are plenty of thrilling water rides to be found at Water Country like Double Geronimo, a 56-foot side-by-side freefall slide. The park's Triple Giant Slides, Dragon's Den, Black Hole and Warp 8 also offer plenty of excitement. Families of four can ride together in tubes on the Thunder Falls and Wild Canyon slides. Children can climb the arms of Ollie Octopus and explore Pirates Lagoon. The park is also home to New England's largest wave pool with 700,000 gallons of water.
Water Country also invites guests to bring their own picnic, however alcohol, BBQs, knives and glass containers are not permitted.
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Reopened July 15, 2020. Park open Wednesday to Sunday through August, then Friday to Monday through Labor Day, September 7, 2020.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2020 Admission Rates
Tickets must be purchased in advance online due to Covid-19.
Water Country is located in Portsmouth. Take I-95 towards New Hampshire to exit 5 and continue to the Portsmouth Traffic Circle, then take Route 1 South for three miles.