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Massachusetts Indoor Water Parks

Where to Find Water Park Resorts in the State


Moving water park fun indoors is a trend that may have started in the Midwest. But it has caught on throughout the US, including in Massachusetts. And for good reason.

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.

Cape Codder Resort

Cape Codder Resort & Spa.
Location: Hyannis

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.

CoCo Key Water Resort Danvers

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Location: Danvers, MA (on the North Shore)

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.

Great Wolf Lodge New England

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Location: Fitchburg (in the central part of the state)

Similar to the other parks in the chain, the Boston-area property features a 68,000-square-foot indoor water park and over 400 hotel suites.

More Ways to Get Wet

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