Take It From Me: Noah's Ark Waterpark {Review}

July 25, 2014

Noah's Ark Waterpark {Review}

Disclosure: I received complimentary tickets in exchange for my honest review. This is my own opinion, yours may vary. 
Have you been to the waterpark this summer? 

A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity of visiting Noah's Ark Waterpark located in the Waterpark Capitol of the World, Wisconsin Dells, WI! Noah's Ark Waterpark is the largest waterpark in the US with 70 acres of fun filled waterslides, two large Wave Pools and of course one of the scariest watercoasters, the Black Anaconda.  


My kids love being out in the fresh air and could swim for hours and hours. This, combined with fast flowing water and inner tubes, made for one heck of a fun day. 

There is so much to do at Noah's Ark Waterpark, we were extremely impressed. The park is very family friendly, which was a bit of a concern for me since we were bringing our kids, ages 5, 3, 2, and a 4 month old baby. I wasn't sure how many rides we would be able to go on because of height restrictions, but I was very wrong. There were a lot of tube rides as well as regular waterslides that we were able to go on with our kids.


Even my little three-year-old who had decided that she didn't want to go on the rides at the very beginning was begging for more! I had the delightful opportunity of taking her on her first waterslide and she was giggling the entire time. It was definitely a moment to remember for me! 


My kids were in heaven the entire time, and this is probably a huge understatement because they have not stopped talking about our trip to Noah's Ark Waterpark since! I actually don't think I saw one sad person throughout the entire park. Every parent and child I saw was laughing and giggling, it was wonderful.



When we first arrived, we ate lunch in our van before we headed into the park so our tummies were full. We then went on a couple of tube rides first, then headed to one of their large Wave Pools. There are two large Wave Pools in the park and are both a bit different. 

When the waves start rolling in they can get pretty wild. My kids were laughing the entire time as they were getting knocked off their feet over and over again. Since my husband was with my three kids in the water, all at once, we thought it was a good idea to have them all wear lifejackets, which are provided free of charge and are just hanging up near the pool.


After the Wave Pool we headed to the Tadpole Bay Splash Pad. Now this was an awesome splash pad and by far the largest I have seen. They have a huge bucket that fills up with water and once it's full it knocks over, soaking anyone in its way! My kids would just sit and wait and got soaked Every.Single.Time!


About mid-day the clouds rolled in and it started to rain on us… but this didn't stop us from having fun. Instead, we ordered some yummy food, spoiling our kids just a little!


Plus, we got to see the Milwaukee Brewers' (One of my husband's favorite sports teams) Live Interview Broadcast.


Once we filled our tummies the sun decided to come back out and we were ready to do some more sliding! I of course could not leave the park without experiencing a couple of slides myself, so I had the opportunity to go on Scorpion's Tale and The Point Of No Return. 

Don't those names sound so warm and cuddly?

I was scared out of my mind and I have to admit I screamed like a baby. If you are not familiar with Scorpion's Tail, you stand upright in a closed tube and the floor opens from underneath you. It definitely took my breath away when it opened and I could here everyone laughing at my screaming. I then had to go back up and grab my swim shirt that I wasn't able to wear on the ride and instead of walking all the way back down I somehow got the nerve to go on The Point of No Return. I talked myself into it because I didn't want to have to walk all the way back down and my husband and kids were waiting for me. Plus, the person at the top said if I went on Scorpion's Tail, this one was easy! Haha… I got tricked, because I screamed like a baby for the second time!

Yup, that's me sitting there laughing and probably looking ridiculously silly because I had the biggest wedgie!


After I had gone on these two, I tried to get my husband to go on them… He made excuse after excuse about how we had to go and that the kids were tired, but then he and my daughter ended up going on  Quadzilla, where you ride on your belly with a mat. This one actually ended up being their favorite--They loved it!

So, some how he got out of the scary ones… hmmm!


This was a trip that our family will remember for a long time from now and we can't wait to go back next summer! 

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1 comment :

  1. That looks like so much fun!! I wish I lived closer so I could go on those, especially the ones in the big tubes. I am not so sure about the two scary ones though. I might be like your hubbie and find excuses. haha.

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