The Whales Tale Water Park is New England's favorite waterpark and is located in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire. Here you can relax in the 1/4 mi. lazy river or at the beach of Willie's Wild Wave Pool. For excitement and thrill seeking guests, take the Plunge down our twin speed slides, Eye of the Storm or our newest slide: the Banzai Pipeline. Also check out our swirly flume slides, and both tube slides: the Beluga Boggin and the Harpoon Express. And of course, we have Whale Harbor exclusively for our smallest guests where they can ride slides, play on the water sea-saw and much more! And don't forget, Barracuda Bay COMING SOON!
Whales Tale Waterpark
What is there to do?
How much does it cost?
Children: 4 y/o + $
Discount: 15+ people.Call 603-745-8810
Free Under: 3 y/o and under
LAST UPDATED 2013
Need a little extra help?
Disabled restrooms available.Restrictions. Handicap rate: $12
When can we go?
Open: 10am Close: 6pm
Open mid June through Labor Day.
Any top tips?
Tube rentals are already included in admission price. Locker and life vest rentals available in retail shop. Credit cards accepted everywhere! ATM located in the Breaker's Surf Shop Coolers ARE ALLOWED! No glass or outside alcohol please.
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We offer a variety of salads and veggie burgers upon request and much more.