****Due to governmental requirements we will be operating at a smaller maximum capacity this summer. As a result, reservations will be required. Reserve your day at New England’s Favorite Waterpark today.****

WE ARE OPEN!

Booking your day is easy as 1, 2, 3!

Step 1

We are open for the 2020 season! Safety measures have been put in place to meet or exceed State guidelines. Due to our capacity limit, reservations are required. Masks are requested to keep you and our staff safe, masks will not be worn on any slides, attractions, or in the water. If you're a season pass holder, or, have pre-purchased tickets please scroll down to our FAQs to learn how to reserve your day.

Step 2

RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. State guidelines at this time limit us to 25% or 700 people for max capacity. In order to meet this, we need to have all our guests book their day in advance. In addition, please fill out the online waiver for everyone in your party PRIOR to arriving at the park.

Step 3

Come enjoy your day at New England's Favorite Waterpark. Please pay attention to signage and staff requests that will keep us all safe throughout your visit. We appreciate your patience and support during these unprecedented times, have a Whale of a day!

 
We pride ourselves on being New England’s Favorite Waterpark, delivering legendary experiences, and world-class customer service. To continue our reputation, tickets pre-purchased for 2020 will be valid in the 2020 or 2021 season. Season passes for the 2020 season will be valid until 6/29/2021. If you would like to roll over your 2020 season pass to the 2021 season, give us a call and we can arrange that for you. We also understand these may be tough financial times for some families. If you would like a refund we will gladly process it for you, just call us at 603 745 8810. Like all other businesses, customer support is critical and we hope this note enhances consumer confidence in the services we provide.
 

Covid Related FAQs

Yes, due to current State Guidelines we are operating at a limited capacity. To ensure your day at our park please book online here.

Customers are encouraged to wear cloth face coverings within the facility or public spaces with other individuals present, even if outdoors when social distancing is difficult to maintain. Masks will not be worn on slides, rides, and attractions. 

YES, to ensure your day at Whale’s Tale, a reservation is highly recommended. You can reserve your day online here

You have the opportunity to change your reservation 16 hours prior to the day reserved. Just call us at 603 745 8810 and we will arrange that for you. Some of the best days to be at a waterpark is when it’s raining. There are little to no lines at slides and attractions and you’re coming to get wet anyway. If we are forced to close due to severe weather, you will receive a voucher for your missed time with our industry-leading weather guarantee.

Yes, just please leave the glass and alcohol at home. 

Yes, if you have not used your season pass for 2020 yet you may roll it over to 2021. All 2020 season passes have been extended to 6/29/2021. If you wish to roll your pass over to next year please call us at 603 745 8810.

Yes, Pre-Purchased tickets bought prior to 6/29/20 are valid for the 2021 season as well. 

As we re-open, we’ve adjusted our operations to protect our staff and customers alike. Below you will find a general outline of our adjustments. If you have specific questions regarding our operations please call us at 603 745 8810.

At the NH-Fun Family of Parks and specifically, Whale’s Tale Waterpark, we believe modifications made to our existing operations position us well to safely re-open. We have a thought out plan to safely re-open which includes modified strategy and operating social distancing, especially within our line queues, extensive sanitation throughout the park, PPE, high-risk populations, and employee health and safety. 

We are encouraging our guests to bring their own seating options, like a blanket or chairs, as we have acres of beautiful open grassy areas throughout the park. Reservations are required as well as the completion of any waivers to reduce any points of touch during the arrival process. If you have questions please call us at 603 745 8810. 

As we prepare to open on June 29th, we wanted to update you on a few things: 

  • Each customer’s temperature will be taken upon entry and will be asked the following questions. Customers with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will be turned away. 

  1. Have you been in close contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have had COVID-19 in the last 14 days? 

  2. Have you had a fever or felt feverish in the last 72 hours? 

  3. Are you experiencing any respiratory symptoms, including a runny nose, sore throat, cough, or difficulty breathing? 

  4. Are you experiencing any new muscle aches, significant tiredness, or chills? 

  5. Have you had any new changes in your sense of taste or smell? 

  6. Have you traveled in the past 14 days either: Internationally (outside the U.S.), By cruise ship, or Domestically (within the U.S.) outside of NH, VT, or ME on public transportation (e.g., bus, train, plane, etc.)? 

  • Customers are encouraged to wear cloth face coverings when within the facility or public spaces with other individuals present, even if outdoors when social distancing is difficult to maintain.

  • Personal hygiene is key – please wash your hands (sing Happy Birthday twice to yourself), cough/sneeze into your elbow, use hand sanitizer, and maintain proper social distance as much as possible.

  • Food services have been marked with one-way signage for entering and exiting.

  • Chairs and tables will be spaced out by 6ft.

  • Social distancing signage and markers will be placed throughout the park including on floors, stairs, etc. 

 

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