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Whale's Tale Waterpark

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Over the years, tourism in the White Mountains has grown significantly, and the Whale’s Tale Waterpark has kept pace with a variety of rides the whole family can enjoy. Its now one of the leading attractions in the area; from its humble start with two speed slides, the park now features 19 waterslides, a wave pool, a leisure river, a children’s activity pool, a heated pool, hot tubs and its newest attraction, a surf simulator, Akua Beach.

Whale’s Tale is one of the oldest waterparks in the country but family attractions aren’t new to Lincoln. The site of the Whale’s Tale Waterpark has a proud tradition of serving tourists, first as a grand hotel which tragically burned to the ground, then as Natureland which featured more than 75 animals from all over the world. Next, it was Fantasy Farm with animals, rides and other attractions, and now it’s the Whale’s Tale, one of the best-in class waterparks in the country. On 17 beautiful acres, the Whale’s Tale hosts over 70,000 guests a summer.
The Whale’s Tale Waterpark attractions have been thrilling customers in the White Mountains for more than 30 years. In partnership with their sister companies Alpine Adventures, and their newest partner, Candia Springs Adventure Park, this group of companies represents New Hampshire’s favorite family fun destinations.

The Whale's Tale Water Park, recently named best in Class Waterpark in America by Aquatics International Magazine is the perfect place to chill out, thrill out, lay out, or play out. It's always an unforgettable day for the entire family at New England's Favorite Waterpark.

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