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Noah's Ark Waterpark Wisconsin Dells

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Noah's Ark Waterpark
1410 Wisconsin Dells Parkway
Wisconsin Dells
WI
53965
Tel: 608 254-6351

Where are we going today?

Noah's Ark is often associated with a flood, but at Noah's Ark Waterpark, you can just associate it with a flood of fun things to do with kids!

This Wisconsin waterpark actually has a very cool claim to fame - it's the LARGEST waterpark in the entire country! Can you just imagine what there is to do? All sorts of things to have a super cool family day out!

There are a host of thrill rides to keep those bravest water lovers in the family satisfied. Do you fancy taking on the challenge of the Bermuda Triangle, and it's mystery that awaits? Perhaps you want to take on the most thrilling water coaster in the USA - and it's over 1/4 mile long! 

There are thrill slides that take you through twists and turns in complete darkness, and there are tube rides you can enjoy with the whole family, as you take on some pretty awesome water rapids.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go over Niagara Falls with 20 other people? Head to Flash Flood to find out!

Don't worry if you have smaller ones in the family, because Noah's Ark Waterpark has a number of more gentle attractions, and those perfect for kiddies.

The Adventure River lets you drift along slowly in your own tube, just taking in the atmosphere, there are slides, swings and water cannons in the Big Kahuna Kiddie Adventure. There are rivers, waves, and kiddie slides so Noah's Ark really does have something for the whole family!

With 49 waterslides, 2 huge wave pools, 2 endless rivers and 4 childrens play areas, you know you will make a splash here! Let's ot forget about the 3 arcades, mini golf, shoppins, and food!

Wisconsin has never been so COOL!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsPrices are released beginning of the season
  • ChildrenSame as adult
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

10am open. Close between 5pm and 7pm

May to September

Teachers corner

They offer group tickets, so why not bring the students and celebrate and end of term exam, or just head there for sport!.

I'm Hungry!

There is a wide selection of food in the park, from fries, burgers, pizza, salads, hot dogs, ice cream and much more! You won't be going hungry!.

Healthy Eating!

No outside food or drink allowed, but there are healthy options like salads and veggies burgers within the park.

Any Top Tips?

June is a great time to visit because they are slightly slower. If you want to visit in July and August, Tuesday and Wednesday are the slower days so the queues will be shorter.

Doing our bit

They love to keep you safe, so they have FREE life jackets available at the wave pool. Kids under 48" must wear life jackets. .

Need a little extra help?

When you arrive, see Guest Relations and they will be able to help with your needs.

Baby Facilities

There are four kiddie play areas perfect for toddlers, including TadPole Bay and Jumping Waters. There are also several changing areas throughout the park.

Can I get one of those?

You can hire a cabana for the day if you want extra privacy and space. There are also lockers available for rent.

More information

Parking is $10 / day for preferred, and $5 for all other parking.

What people are saying?

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    I've always had a great time at Noah's ark as a kid, teen, and now as an adult. The rides are exhilarating, and they have plenty of shops around for souvenirs. There's ample parking, and the waits in line aren't too agonizing. ALWAYS 100% entertained while there. The only issue I had with my last visit was the cost of things. When I went to Noah's Ark as a teenager I remember the lockers were coin operated, now they charge you $10-$12 bucks for rental. Not only that, but the parking used to be free, now they charge you $5-$10 bucks for that...Read More

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    My family has been coming here for 30 years, we did not come in2013, and decided to come this year and bring our 13 month old grandson. What a disappointment. We paid 120.00 for 4 tickets, had to wait forever in the lines. the toddler pools, had chipped paint, ice cold water, water guns that did not work. We had to pay for parking, lockers for the day, come on really! The bathrooms, smelt so soooooooooooooooooo bad you could of vomited. Life guards very unfriendly, don't understand what you are asking. Lets give out more free tickets to the lower...Read More

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    Enjoyed the park...however, we did not see a tenth of what you have. We had no way of knowing being first time customers. I am so disappointed in that fact. And oh my lord, the cost of food there is OUTRAGEOUS! A brat and pop for $9.?? (and some change.) There is one thing of trying to make money but to take advantage of your customers in this way is just outrageous. No wonder why we have to save and save and save to go on vacations! I would rather be a business that is cost effective so I can have repeat customers often.

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    My experience was great! The food is a bit pricey, but the rides are great quality and very fun! Perfect for all ages, but don't the cabanas are way overpriced. However, lots of different ride variety too, so I say give it a try! Still somehow my most favorite waterpark in the dells !

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    Came here week before july 4th on a thursday and didnt wait for anything over 15 minutes, wave pool was awesome and my 11 yr old and 14 yr old had a blast. Loved it loved it, stayed at the flamingo for free tickets.

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by Kaytee Farrey

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I've always had a great time at Noah's ark as a kid, teen, and now as an adult. The rides are exhilarating, and they have plenty of shops around for souvenirs. There's ample parking, and the waits in line aren't too agonizing. ALWAYS 100% entertained while there. The only issue I had with my last visit was the cost of things. When I went to Noah's Ark as a teenager I remember the lockers were coin operated, now they charge you $10-$12 bucks for rental. Not only that, but the parking used to be free, now they charge you $5-$10 bucks for that depending on if you want preferred, or regular. The "lifeguards" are more like prison wardens and blow their whistle if you so much as fart in the water. Unfortunately, I feel as though Noah's Ark is squeezing as much money as they can out of the visitors nowadays. Not like we didn't already spend the money on tickets, gas, food, hotel/motel stay, and time off work.

by Bonnie Bohman

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My family has been coming here for 30 years, we did not come in2013, and decided to come this year and bring our 13 month old grandson. What a disappointment. We paid 120.00 for 4 tickets, had to wait forever in the lines. the toddler pools, had chipped paint, ice cold water, water guns that did not work. We had to pay for parking, lockers for the day, come on really! The bathrooms, smelt so soooooooooooooooooo bad you could of vomited. Life guards very unfriendly, don't understand what you are asking. Lets give out more free tickets to the lower class hotels, they are destroying your name. Will never come again unless things change. It is very sad to see the best water park go done the drain. Our hotel the Kalahari was more fun, no lines and was immaculately clean. No comparison. You will soon be shutting the place down, look in the mirror.

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