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Family Travel Fun: Stay at Hotels in New England with Indoor Water Parks and Theme Pools

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Hotel indoor water parks take family vacation fun to the next level. What's not to love about a lodging establishment with a huge aquatic facility featuring slides, tubes, and a variety of other indoor water play features?

Several New England hotels offer year-round indoor water parks unaffected by weather conditions! Please note that some hotel waterparks might charge separately from your hotel booking. Please make sure before booking a room. Without further ado, here are a few great indoor water parks and theme pools...

Red Jacket Mountain View Hotel, North Conway, New Hampshire The Red Jacket's 40,000 square foot Kahuna Laguna Waterpark features water slides, a wave pool, an adventure tower, basketball court, play area, 256 person hot tub, a cafe and arcade.

Cape Codder Resort and Spa, Hyannis, Massachusetts (Cape Cod) The Cape Codder Resort & Spa’s new 30,000 square foot indoor/outdoor Water Park features

    2 - 160-foot “Stars and Stripes” high-speed water slides
    2 - 50 and 80-foot water slides winding through a replica of a pirate ship
    300-foot “stormy” river with waterfalls, rapids and spouting humpback whale
    “Pirate Bay” kiddie spray pool with dumping bucket, water cannons and small water slides
    84’ x 143’ retractable roof
    Wave pool with 2’ waves, water fountains and water umbrella
    24 person Jacuzzi
    High-intensity ultra-violet water purification system
    Gazebo Cafe serving appetizers, sandwiches, salads, pizza, beverages, and Full Bar
    fitness center

John Carver Inn and Spa, Plymouth, Massachusetts The Pilgrim Cove Indoor Theme Pool features lap lanes, a life-size replica of the Mayflower, and an 80-foot water slide winding through the historic ship and by a waterfall. The island whirlpool is set in a replica of Plymouth Rock and is accessible by a bridge over the splashing waterfalls below. A sauna and a state-of-the-art exercise room complete the facility.

Great Wolf Lodge New England, Fitchburg, Mass. This huge, interactive indoor waterpark features more than 68,000 square feet of pools and slides including the River Canyon Run, and Wolf Tail water slide.

Jay Peak Resort, Jay, Vermont The huge Pump House Waterpark at Jay Peak Resort features chutes, tubes, surfing-like opportunities, a river with rapids. indoor and outdoor hot tubs, poolside bar,  and a kids play area with a play structure and maple sap tipping bucket filled with real Vermont maple syrup (only in March). Additionally, you'll find arcades and a snack bar,  as well as a gift shop with merchandise relevant to the waterpark experience.

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