Massachusetts Water Parks & Water Resorts offer indoor beach fun for kids

Any day can be a beach day -- regardless of the season of the year -- at an indoor water park in Massachusetts. Water parks and water resorts offer a fun day-long or weekend getaway for families, parents, and kids. Enjoy tropical-themed pleasures while floating around in 84-degree water or slipping and sliding in splash pools and other water park features. Kids have a blast while parents join in or relax in the steamy warmth of the tropics transported indoors.
Water Park Aerial View 500x250 - Cape Codder Resort & Spa - Hyannis, MA
Cape Codder Resort & Spa

1225 Iyannough Road Hyannis, MA, 02601 Phone: 855-861-4370

Why settle for a hotel with a pool when you can stay in a great resort with a water park!

You can book a hotel with a pool, or you can book the Cape Codder Resort & Spa with an entire indoor/outdoor water park! The water attractions take up 30,000 square feet at the spacious resort and include two 160-foot high-speed slides; two slides that wind through a pirate ship; a 300-foot river with waterfalls, rapids and a spouting whale; and a wave pool with 2-foot waves, fountains and a water umbrella. The Pirate Cove Kiddie Play Pool for the little ones has a dumping bucket, water cannons and small water slides. The four-season outdoor heated pool is a quiet oasis during the day and a gorgeous light show at night. The resort also includes two restaurants and a full-service spa.
Waterslide 500x250 - Canobie Lake Park - Salem, NH
Castaway Island

Canobie Lake Park - 85 North Policy Street Salem, NH, 03079 Phone: 603-893-3560

Reopening on July 16th - Enjoy hot summer fun and cool down afterwards

Here’s a cool deal. Just 30 miles north of Boston, cool off on a hot summer day after some hot summer fun at the new Castaway Island Water Park at Canobie Lake Park. It's the largest water play complex of its type in New England! You’ll find water cannons, 9 water slides, waterfalls, and more than 180 ways of getting wet. Be sure to bring your bathing suit and hit the Island splashing. Castaway Island operates from Memorial Day Weekend through Mid-September weather & temperature permitting. Proper swim attire is required and strictly enforced. Work up a good sweat on the Park’s breathtaking thrills and rides then get your chill on. Admission is included in your one-price general admission to Canobie Lake Park. Canobie Lake Park was ranked as one of the 2018 top ten amusement parks in the U.S. by Time’s Money Magazine. Click here for 2020 park information.