It gets wicked cold (as they say in the Bay State) in the winter. But that doesn't mean that folks from the region or visitors to the state wouldn't want to grab their bathing suite and hoot and holler as they soar down water slides. No matter the weather, here's where you can take a Massachusetts water park vacation.
At 8200 feet, the water park inside the hotel is comparatively small. But it does offer a wave pool, a couple of water slides, and a whirlpool. And that can make a rainy summer day on the Cape a lot more bearable. It could also make an offseason visit to Cape Cod an interesting proposition.
It was the first major indoor water park resort in New England. Among its highlights are the Barracuda Blast and Pelican Plunge raft slides and an indoor-to-outdoor spa.
It's essentially similar to its sister park in Danvers. It includes a Key West theme, a lazy river, an interactive water play center, and a "Dip-In Theatre" that shows movies and shows for kids as they cavort in the water.