One of New England's most popular waterparks is located in the scenic White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Whale's Tale Waterpark is a clean, family oriented park offering a large wave pool, relaxing lazy river, and a large water play structure. The park's water slide collection is varied with speed slides, serpentine body slides, and exciting tube rides.
Some of the attractions to be enjoyed include the Banzai Pipeline a single or double rider tube ride featuring a steep drop that takes riders up a near vertical wall for a moment of weightlessness and again into a freefall, where you'll surmount a surprise hump just before the splashdown pool. Eye of the Storm is a high-speed body slide featuring a steep descent into a giant bowl before you swirl round and round until you fall through the hole in the bottom. For more thrills you can ride The Plunge, side-by-side body slides where you can reach speeds of up to 40 miles-per-hour or Poseidon's Voyage a speed slide that begins with you standing in a capsule on a trap door floor!
Children will love to explore Shipwreck Island. This large multi-level, water play structure has interactive water features, geysers, multiple water slides, and is topped with a giant bucket that soaks everyone within reach every few minutes. For toddlers and young children Whale Harbor is an area reserved exclusively for them.
At the center of the park is a large wave pool where you can ride the waves on tubes. For relaxing the park has a gentle flowing lazy river and a few hot tubs to soak in.
Whale's Tale has friendly policies. Parking and inner tubes are always free. You may also bring your own cooler into the waterpark or enjoy one of the many food and beverage options offered throughout the park. Plenty of seating is available, but you may also bring your own chairs. The park's gift shop sells swimwear, sunglasses, apparel, and more. Changing rooms with showers and locker rentals are also offered.
June to Labor Day
2018 Admission Rates
After 3 Tomorrow Free Promo
Buy a full price general admission ticket after 3:00 pm to enjoy the park until closing and then return for another full-day, any day within the next seven operating days.
Take Interstate 93 to New Hampshire exit 33. Take NH Route 3 North for 1/4 mile and Whale's Tale is on the left. Parking is free.