The summer is winding down and although temps this week are a little cooler there's plenty of heat left.
Massachusetts residents have felt the pressure of oppressive heat waves and humid temperatures for the majority of the summer months. Before families prepare to send their students back to school, plan a trip to one of New England’s best water parks.
- Great Wolf Lodge Water Park New England — Fitchburg, Massachusetts
The Worcester county indoor water resort is said to have water attractions for all age groups.
- Lake Compounce — Southington, Connecticut
One of New England’s oldest water and amusement parks — open since 1846 — offers an assortment of
unique water rides and attractions for its guest.
- Six Flags New England’s Hurricane Harbor— Agawam, Massachusetts
The self-proclaimed “Thrill Capital of New England,” hosts Hurricane Harbor, a large water park packed
with splash zones and high-adrenaline water rides for all age groups.
- Water Country — Portsmouth, New Hampshire
This New Hampshire waterpark has multiple rafting water ride adventures, including a water-based scare
ride, “Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror,” that drops a raft of two down a 40-foot tunnel of terror.
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