Before You Start
A couple of tips before starting your fun-filled day:
Tip #1-Check Noahs Ark Water Park website for discounts, coupons, and vacation packages. They have a package set up with the Flamingo Motel, so look into that if you plan to stay in the Dells.
Tip #2-Arrive early for your choice of parking and best access to entrance, lounge chairs, etc…
Tip #3-Remember to bring sunscreen, and more specifically, waterproof sunscreen. You’ll be in the water more often than not so waterproof is the way to go.
Tip #4-Use the waterslides early in the day and late in the afternoon. The peak time for waterslide usage is between noon and 2 pm, so if you don’t like long lines, don’t use them during this time. Instead, try the mini-golf or lazy river.
Tip #5-Have FUN!!!
Time to have Some FUN
We arrived at Noahs Ark Water Park about a half hour early (park opens at 9 am), and got in right when it opened. Right away, we wanted to take advantage of the most popular waterslides before they got real busy.
From there, we went to the far end of the Noahs Ark Water Park and rode Congo Bongo, Black Thunder, and Dark Voyage. Once again, short waits and we rode them a couple of times each. By the time we were done riding these slides, the park was getting a little crowded. So we could now take a much needed break and relax in our lounge chairs, try the Adventure River (Lazy River), and play some mini-golf.
After mini-golf, we had a snack and headed to Noah’s Incredible Adventure. This place was incredible. When we arrived, we had no idea what was going on or what to expect.
After that adventure, we decided to try some of the other waterslides such as the Plunge, Kowabunga, Jungle Rapids, and Flash Flood while others in the park where using the more popular ones. It worked out perfectly for us, short lines and great fun. By this time, we were getting tired. We went back to our chairs, hit up the Big Kahuna, and called it a day around 4 pm.
List of Rides
The newest ride that Noahs Ark Water Park has to offer is the world’s largest bowl ride, Time Warp. It is new for the summer of 2006, and we’ve had the pleasure of already experiencing it. It is really nice for families or groups of friends, as four people can go down in one raft at one time. “Time Warp” is an enclosed ride and riders feel the effects of total drops of 70 feet and speeds of 30 mph. It’s unlike any other ride I have ever seen, and it is sure to have you and your friends/family holding on tight.
*Black Anaconda - The World’s Longest Watercoaster
*Noahs Ark Water Park uses five-million gallons of water to fill all pools.
Noahs Ark Water Park is open daily from late May through September 1. Hours are subject to change without notice, but the park is open from 9 am until 7 pm for the most part. For more details on the summer schedule, check out the Noah’s Ark website.
There are no refunds due to inclement weather, so check the weather and pick a good day.
No carry-in floatation devices are allowed. However, floatation devices can be rented for the day at the park. If a ride requires a tube or mat to be used, it will be provided at the ride. However, tubes can also be rented for use throughout the day in the wave pools and other noted rides if you want. Also, no coolers are allowed inside the fenced-in area.
Children ages 2 and under are always FREE!
How to Get There
From I-90, take exit #89 Hwy 23 (Lake Delton/Reedsburg).
Noahs Ark Water Park
Check out the website at Noahs Ark Water Park for more information.