Liquid Planet Water Park is located at 446 Raymond Rd. Candia, N.H.
Entering its seventh season, Liquid Planet Water Park And Zip Lines will introduce several new features and attractions to the park including a new dock and slide set up and expanded beach at ‘Crater Lake,’ ‘Fantasy Falls,’ a cascading waterfall down the granite cliff, a newly built ‘Cosmic Camp,’ summer camp, expanded concrete areas, roofed shade areas, a remodeled zip line gear up station, a revamped miniature golf course and many aesthetic touches ranging from landscaping to paint.
We had a terrific day at Liquid Planet Waterpark and Zip Lines. The weather was great – except some nasty looking clouds rolled in and there was some thunder but it never amounted to more than that. Our two children have special needs but with entirely different interests – surprised? Sephora was totally addicted to the Zip Lines. She could have done that all day long. The first time she was a little nervous but definitely not for long. She sort of blends into the trees but she really is there if you look closely. Of course you can see the nasty clouds too… I brightened up the photos (too bright) but I wanted you to be able to see her.
The only drawback to the Zip Lines is that you have to pay per trip. I wish there were some sort of all day pass, or multi-trip package you could purchase. After I walked her through the first one and signed the waiver, she really could manage it by herself. They have an abundance of staff to make sure everything goes off properly. But every time she returned I had to go pay for another bracelet.
There are water slides – two enclosed or partially enclosed and two that are steeper drops. Sephora being the extremist that she is preferred the steep slides while Anthony preferred that more comfortable slide.
They also have a sprinkler park, restaurants, a gift shop and more.
And Anthony’s favorite part of the day was the lake – it has a dock out in the middle for jumping off; and a second dock in the middle with a slide to go sailing into the water. There are plenty of life jackets available for all the children and there were many children there today while day campers were there. After they left the park was pretty empty (between that and the thunderous clouds rolling in).
My children know how to swim but they have only ever really done it in the safety of a pool. Sephora swam out there and back a couple times but then was too nervous to keep doing it. Anthony didn’t trust himself at all but that was not a problem because there were plenty of life jackets and plenty his size.
We will definitely be going to Liquid Planet again. It is not so commercial that I am overwhelmed (or they are overwhelmed). It is a completely manageable size with plenty to keep them entertained and excited about being there.
And right now if you happen to journey to a McDonalds in the area of Liquid Planet – they do have discount coupons available.
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