Health and Safety Tips to Make your 2020 visit safe and FUN
We are so excited to welcome you and your family back to Noah’s Ark Waterpark beginning June 20!
We want you to know the health and safety of our Guests and Team Members is our top priority. We are fully committed to creating the cleanest and safest environment possible for your visit.
The way we will operate this summer is significantly different from what we are all used to as we adapt to the new landscape created by COVID-19. While we are committed to enhanced standards in an effort to keep you as healthy and safe as possible, there remains an inherent and elevated risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place and any place where people are present. Please, read this page fully to ensure the best experience possible as you plan your visit and join us at America’s Largest Waterpark®.
In order to comply with key health and safety measures surrounding limiting capacity, social distancing, and touch-free payment, planning a visit to Noah’s Ark will look different this summer.
Visitors will find many more new proactive measures in place at Noah's Ark Waterpark this summer.
Here are the specific steps we’re taking in accordance with state and federal guidelines.
Required face coverings for park personnel and guests where appropriate.
Checking every guest and employee upon entrance.
Asking everyone to wash hands often with soap and water.
Providing sanitizer stations throughout the park.
Requiring social distance of six feet between your party and others.
Limiting the number of guests to facilitate social distancing.
Performing enhanced sanitizing throughout the day on high-touch surfaces and rides.
|Education & Training
Enhanced staff education and training on cleanliness and safety practices. Please read and follow all posted safety signage.
The health and safety of our Guests and Team Members is our top priority. In these unprecedented times, we have implemented enhanced health and safety measures to help protect everyone. But we can’t do it alone. We are counting on everyone’s efforts to do their part by cooperating with these new measures that are designed to keep every person visiting and/or working at Noah’s Ark Waterpark healthy and safe.
Guests should familiarize themselves with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and evaluate their risk in determining whether they should attend our facilities. If you or a family member are ill or think that you may be getting ill, please postpone your visit until you are well.
By visiting our facility, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
You may upgrade your 2020 Season Pass for as low as $34.99 that will make it valid through the end of our 2021 season.
Nothing! This has already been taken care of. If you purchased a 2020 Season Pass BEFORE June 20th, it will automatically be extended through the entire 2021 season. You may now upgrade your 2020 Season Pass to be extended through 2021 for as low as $34.99.
Good Any Day tickets will be valid through the entirety of the 2020 Summer Season, and Limited Operation and Date-Restricted Tickets will be accepted any day of the 2020 Summer Season. Guests with additional questions about their tickets can email firstname.lastname@example.org to connect with our Guest Services staff.
Surcharges and date blackouts will be waived on group outing tickets, including school picnic tickets. They will be good any day of the 2020 Summer Season. Group Outing Planners should contact the Noah's Ark Group Sales representative directly, or email email@example.com, to discuss options to reschedule early-season outings.
Yes! We are still accepting applications and conducting interviews for all positions at this time. Apply Here.
Our highest priority remains the safety of all of our Team Members and Guests, and we’re closely following the guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, and Wisconsin Department of Health Services, along with other government officials and health experts. Some of our evolving sanitation procedures include:
For additional information and resources, please visit the websites linked above for the CDC and state and county health departments.