Wisconsin Dells – Waterpark Capital of the World

Summertime is all about water parks. And Wisconsin Dells is “The Waterpark Capital of the World.” With 19 area water parks, it can be tough to decide where to go. No worries. We can make it easy.

Noah’s Ark Water Park holds the distinction of being the largest water park in America. With more than 50 water slides and dozens of attractions, the park just keeps growing, and the rides just get more thrilling. They have not one, but two giant wave pools, two endless rivers, four children’s play areas, and some of the most spectacular water thrill rides ever built. The newest addition to the park is Surfing Safari, where you can actually surf the tide…..in Wisconsin.

Noah's Ark WaterparkNoah’s Ark is also the proud recipient of the Top Award For Aquatic Safety every year since 1995! Known for its safety, cleanliness, and fantastic wet family fun, Noah’s Ark is a good bet.

Long before it was named the Waterpark Capital of the World, Wisconsin Dells was world famous for its unique natural beauty. The scenic Wisconsin River has artfully crafted the sandstone into magnificent sculptures. Take some time to appreciate the unique history and geographic beauty of the Wisconsin River. You could spend an afternoon rock climbing at Devils Rock State Park south of the Dells, or enjoy a peaceful tour of the river and upper Dells area while you take in the breathtaking scenery, and pristine natural views, on the Upper Dells Boat Tour.

Enjoy the best of both worlds in Wisconsin Dells this summer.

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