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Noah's Ark Water Park

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Noah's Ark Water Park

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BRET W wrote a review Sep 2020
Fitchburg, Wisconsin7 contributions
Haven't been here recently, but it is worth noting that they really did a great job of social distancing prior to the shutdown in early August. I always felt confident that we were safe.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Brian W wrote a review Sep 2020
Dubuque, Iowa77 contributions34 helpful votes
This year was a little different with Covid but we still had a great time.Me and my kids got season passes this year and made multiple day trips to noah's ark as it's only a 2 hour drive for us. Not all of the attractions where open but they did a great job of posting on their facebook page and at the gate of what attractions weren't going to be open so it wasn't a surprise. We did have to wear a mask to get in and did get our temperature checked at the gate which was no big deal. Once you get in there where no masks required which was nice to be able to have fun in the sun without no masks or social distancing.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Michelle M wrote a review Aug 2020
Oak Creek, Wisconsin47 contributions15 helpful votes
Make sure you check the attractions tab before you buy your tickets online. We made the mistake of believing the whole park was open when we purchased our tickets online July 6th. We got to the park and found that every attraction we planned to use was not open due to COVID-19. It took over a month to get our issue resolved with the park (the management and park staff were nice the whole time working though our issue). Our story turned out with a happy ending but I am not sure how someone else might be impacted.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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tfosdick wrote a review Jul 2020
Terre Haute, Indiana32 contributions28 helpful votes
Very disappointed with this experience! I actually spoke with management immediately after entrance to the park to attempt a refund, but it has been a week, and I have not heard back. I sent an email, as I was instructed to, as well as left my personal information with the park and cabana manager. I was hoping to avoid writing a negative review, but it appears they do not intend to even address the issue. First, they require a mask to enter the park and leave, but no one wears one inside. There is no way they are operating at 50% capacity, it was packed. Not a chair available anywhere and none are spaced appropriately. We were told 70% of the rides are operational, but it did not appear to be the case. Also, the water in everything is frigid! But the main issue we had with the park, was that there was nothing available to do for the little ones. Everything they could do was closed. They had a couple splash pads open, but every kid under the age of 6 was crowding in to use them. They are not checking ages at the gate, so how are they to tell how many kids will be trying to get wet in the tiny area they have set aside for them? We have 3 children, two of which are not tall enough for the big rides and enjoy the smaller slides and things that "dump" water - closed. The website says "modified" which is very misleading. Actually, there really is not much for little kids to do at all is seems. At one point, I counted 23 kids trying to crowd into the end of a closed slide to use a "pool". No social distancing whatsoever. They would be better off opening the whole thing so the kids could be spread out. Also, there was some racial issues going on near our chairs and some girls were physically fighting, pulling hair and such. There were also many inappropriate swimsuits that my preteen did not need to see. G-strings should not be allowed at a family place. So all in all, we paid $314 (with coupons) for 5 of us to get in, pay to park (also discounted to $15), and rent a tiny, cramped cabana, and we stayed less than an hour. I have never been so mad or anxious to get out of someplace. And half of that time, I spent waiting to speak to management so we could possibly get a refund. I would have been happy with 50%. PLEASE SAVE YOUR MONEY AND DO NOT GO HERE. Spend the money and go to Mt. Olympus and have access to all that they have to do.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Shaneeka wrote a review Jul 2020
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The wavepool was awesome and the slides were fun! The waterpark ended up closing an hour after we got there due to lightening..but it never ended up raining. The lines weren't too long as they were operating at 50%. My son lost his bracelet so we had 2 leave the waterpark to go back to hotel to get a new bracelet which was kind of a hassle. Also it's 20 for parking and you must wear a mask and have temperatures taken before you enter waterpark.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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