Plan Your Trip

Safety is everyone's responsibility

We strongly believe that safety is everyone's responsibility, especially when it comes to water safety. Guests may encounter areas of the park that have no lifeguard or a limited lifeguard presence. These areas will be clearly marked for easy identification. Regardless of whether a lifeguard is present, children or weak swimmers of any age must be accompanied or supervised by someone while in the water. Parents, guardians, and chaperones are the first line of defense when it comes to water safety and should always supervise children and weak swimmers. Guests are encouraged to use their own life jackets during their visit. In an assortment of sizes, Lifejackets are readily available for complimentary use and are conveniently located just inside the main entrance of the park. Coast Guard Type II life jackets are recommended for maximum safety and protection. To check the style of your own personal lifejacket, you can typically find the designation inside the device. 

Insider Tips


  1. Book in advance, lock in your day, and pay the best price. Don’t forget your cabana or locker rental!
  2. Complete your waivers ahead of time, there will be a link to an online release where you can complete them for everyone in your party. 
  3. Have the QR code at the top of your confirmation email out and ready when you are approaching the gate.
  4. Please leave glass, alcohol, and weapons at home, these items are not allowed in the park. You will need to return them to your vehicle or surrender them at bag check.

Book In Advance

Everybody loves a deal, by booking your day in advance you save as well as ensuring your day at New England's Favorite Waterpark! Once you've reserved your day be sure to complete your waivers for a smooth check-in process.

Add a Cabana!

Get your own slice of heaven as a home base in the park. You'll have shade and privacy all day.

Getting Here

An easy ride up I93 North to exit 33, take a right and we’re a mile on the left. 481 Daniel Webster Highway, Lincoln New Hampshire 03251.


Do I have to make a reservation?

No, however, sellouts do occur. In the event, you come without a reservation and we have reached capacity you will need to visit us another day. By making a reservation that ensures entrance on your chosen day to visit us. 

Can I change my reservation?

Yes, pending availably on the day you’d like to change to. Please call us at 603 745 8810 to modify your reservation. 

What if it rains?

Rainy days are the best days! You’re coming to get wet anyway, and there’s little to no lines throughout the park. If we are forced to close due to extreme weather you will receive a voucher for your missed time with our industry-leading weather guarantee. 

Do you have food?

Yes, we have two food service locations as well as a fully stocked bar. 

Can I bring a cooler?

Yes, just please leave the glass and alcohol at home, we will inspect coolers and bags brought into our park. 

Do I need to print my tickets?

No, all we need is the order number or the name on the reservation. 

Why do I need to complete my waivers ahead of time?

This allows for a speedy and smooth check-in process. 

Is there free parking and tube usage?

Yes there is!

Can I re-enter the park?

Yes, we will give you a stamp to re-enter. 

Are there Cabanas available today?

Cabanas are reserved on a first come first serve basis. For the most part, our cabanas are sold out the day of. At check-in feel free to ask if there are any left available. 

What ages is this park good for?

Whale’s Tale is truly good for all ages, with our ride mix there’s a favorite slide our attraction for anyone in the family.

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