Water Country

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Water Country, touted as being "New England's Largest, Cleanest, Safest, and Friendliest Waterpark", is located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States. It opened in 1984 and was owned by the Samuels family until they were bought out by Festival Fun Parks in 2000. The park is now owned by Palace Entertainment and has a number of slides and swimming pools that range for all ages.

The park is not affiliated with Anheuser-Busch Adventure Parks-owned Water Country USA, a Virginia water park which also opened in 1984.


  • Adventure River - a lazy river-type attraction
  • Black Hole and Warp 8 - two one- and two-person tube slides
  • Double Dive Boggan - two head-first, single-rider mat slides
  • Double Geronimo - two steep, high-speed body slides
  • Dragon's Den - a two-person toilet bowl-type attraction
  • Giant Wave Pool
  • Ollie Octopus - a kid-only water playground area
  • Pirates' Lagoon - a kid-only water playground area
  • Racing Rapids and The Plunge - two slow and refreshing, yet reasonably long one-person tube slides
  • Shoot and Screamer - two short, but thrilling one- and two-person tube slides
  • Tahiti Tree House - a large, family-oriented water playground area
  • Thunder Falls and Wild Canyon - two four-passenger family raft slides
  • Triple Giant Slides (also called the Twister Slides) - three refreshing family body slides
  • Whirlpool

Water Country is one of the few amusement parks in the US to allow and encourage its guests to bring picnic lunches into the park. A number...
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