Water Park Adventure Day Trip!!!
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||8 AM – Clark & Elm in front of Chase Bank
8.15 AM – Fullerton and Sheffield Red line stop
Bus will leave promptly 5 minutes after scheduled time
|DEPARTURE TIME||6.30 PM|
At America’s Largest Waterpark, the fun never stops!
Noah’s Ark is one of the best waterparks to visit in Wisconsin! In fact, we’re ranked in the top 1% of parks worldwide! As a 2011-2016 winner of the Certificate of Excellence Award, and as a 2016 recipient of the coveted Travelers’ Choice Award, Noah’s Ark is currently ranked in the Top 10 Waterparks to visit in the United States and rated one of the Top 25 Waterparks in the World according to recent visitor reviews.
- 8 AM First Pick Up: Clark and Elm (Chase Bank)
- 8.15 AM Second Pick Up: Fullerton and Sheffield
11AM – 6.30PM Try all the rides!!!!
- 6.30 PM Adventure Bus will depart
- 9.30PM Adventure Bus will arrive final drop-off location
*All Departure and Arrival times are subject to change due to unforeseen conditions such as weather and events that are uncontrollable by us or out partners. If such instances occur we will do our best to inform everybody via our website or social media.
Can I bring in my own food and drinks?
No outside food or beverages are allowed inside the park. Noah’s Ark has a wide selection of food to choose from; such as hamburgers, french fries, pizza, salads, veggie burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs, chicken, ice cream, soft drinks, popcorn, funnel cakes, and cotton candy. Food is served throughout the park in food stands and outdoor seating areas.
Do you have a dress code?
Yes. The following regulations are for the safety of our guests and employees and apply to all guests regardless of age, sex, religion, race, color, or creed. Failure to comply with any part of the dress code may result in ejection from the park without refund. For your safety, Noah’s Ark reserves the right to physical inspections of any items carried in or out of the Park.
- Traditional swimwear is required in order to participate in the aquatic attractions.
- Tube and mat rides, require that guests are free from long pants, loose jewelry, denim, cut-off shorts, and eyewear (tube and mat rides only).
- Children in diapers and those being toilet trained must wear approved swim pants in the water.
- No provocative or thong swimsuits, clothing with rivets, buckles, belts or metal ornaments.
- No long pants or cut-off shorts.
- Displayed tattoos must be in good taste and not offensive to a family environment.
- Guests may not display anything that contains obscene, foul, profane, illegal or unacceptable language, pictures, symbols, phrases, etc.
If your clothing or swimwear does not comply with these regulations, appropriate attire is available for purchase at any of our three gift stores.
Do I still have to pay if I’m not going to get in the water?
Yes, an admission ticket is required to enter the park. Don’t worry, besides the thrills and chills of the waterslides, there are plenty of less daring attractions and family play areas.
What if I forget something at home?
If you forget something at home, please check in any of our three gift stores for logo merchandise along with beach towels, swim diapers, sunscreen, film, and batteries, just to name a few items.
Are there height requirements for any of the rides?
Yes. Most of our attractions have a height requirement to participate. These requirements can be found on the Attractions page of our website. The requirements are also on signs at the entrance of each ride.
Do you have life jackets and where can I get one?
Free life jackets are available at the wave pools at no charge. Life jackets are required for guests under 48″ in the wave pool.
Where are the best places to go with a toddler?
We have four kiddie water play areas including TadPole Bay, Jumping Waters (near StingRay) and areas near both wave pools.
Do you allow smoking or alcoholic beverages?
No alcoholic beverages may be brought into the park. We have beer and other alcoholic beverages available at our bars located throughout the park. Noah’s Ark is a non-smoking facility; however we have designated smoking areas for our guests. Please refer to our many wall maps for designated smoking areas, or ask any employee.
What if my party gets separated?
Please designate a specific meeting spot and/or check-in times for your group should anyone get separated. Noah’s Ark will not page separated parties.
Who should Lost Parents report to?
Should you become separated from your party, make arrangements to meet at Guest Services, located directly inside the Main Entrance. If you need assistance finding your child, please contact Guest Services or any Noah’s Ark Team Member.
What about water safety?
Over 250 Ellis & Associates trained and licensed Lifeguards are stationed throughout the park for proper ride dispatching and guest assistance in splashdown pools. They are all here for your safety and service.
Where is the First Aid Station?
Please notify any Noah’s Ark employee for first aid, or go to Guest Services which is located in the front of park.
Is there shade?
There many shade areas located through out the park. Lounge chairs are available, on a first come, first serve basis or you may choose to rent a private cabana for the day. It is always a good idea to wear sunscreen at Noah’s Ark , whether in the shade or direct sun.
What about my eye glasses?
Eye glasses may be worn on some attractions with a head strap only. Please check the safety rating information at the front of each attraction for more information.
Do you have changing facilities?
There are several changing and shower facilities throughout the park. They are located by both Wave pools and near Paradise Lagoon.
What about my valuables?
Lockers are available inside the Park. Details
What if I have a disability?
If you have a disability, please visit our Guest Relations office upon your arrival. They will share which rides and attractions are appropriate for your abilities and will help you make the most of your visit. Or please call us at (608)254-6351 for information regarding accessibility and accommodations.
What is your chaperone policy?
We strongly suggest that minors under the age of 18 be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian. The park does not assume any responsibility or liability for unattended minors.