Noah's Ark is America's Largest Waterpark®, located in the Waterpark Capital of the World.
Situated on 70 sprawling acres in the heart of Wisconsin Dells, Noah's Ark is the best place for family vacations.
Noah's Ark isn't just big on thrills, we're also committed to providing the safest, cleanest, and most unforgettable waterpark experience for the entire family. In fact, we've received the Top Award for Aquatic Safety every year since 1995!"
Noah’s Ark Waterpark was opened in 1979 by a local family from Wisconsin Dells, originally named Noah’s Incredible Adventure. Noah’s Incredible Adventure originally had bumper boats and a go-kart track. By the time the Waterman Family sold Noah’s Ark, they had added 15 more attractions to the park. In 1994, another family from Iowa bought Noah’s Incredible Adventure, and added what is known as “OctoExplorer”. OctoExplorer is a yellow submarine with an octopus on the top, and soft slides coming out of it. This is a childrens attraction. Before the Gantz family sold in 2012, they had added another 13 attractions. In 2012, Noah’s Ark was sold to Palace Entertainment where more changes were made. Palace Entertainment is a company based in Newport Beach California, and a branch of Parques Reunidos in Madrid Spain. Now that Palace Entertainment owns the park, there is a total of 51 waterslides, 2 wave pools, 2 lazy rivers, and 6 additional attractions.