Candia Springs NH is a family-friendly water park featuring four water slides, a splash area, pool and natural, spring-fed pond.
My family received tickets to Candia Springs to facilitate this review, however, all opinions are my own. #sponsored #CandiaSprings #USFamilyGuide
My family and I went to Candia Springs on our last full day of summer vacation. Located in southern New Hampshire about 30 minutes from our home in Manchester is Candia Springs Adventure Park, formerly known as Liquid Planet. The property has undergone renovations and includes four water slides, a splash area, pool, natural, spring-fed pond, state-of-the-art aerial adventure course featuring ziplines, ropes course and challenge obstacles.
We had so much fun. It was without a doubt one of the best family days we had all season, and the perfect ending to our summer. (Did I mention we list it as one of the 12 Best Water Parks in New England? We loved it that much!)
Our Visit to Candia Springs NH
We found the park to be very clean with a lot of great features for our whole family. There are plenty of lounge chairs, and we were able to easily find a spot for all of us near an umbrella.
You can rent a cabana for $59/day, which includes 6 water bottles and a locker rental. There isn't much shade outside the umbrellas or a the cabanas. When we go back next year, we'll definitely rent the cabana.
The "Adventure Bay" splash pad area is about 5000 square feet of pure fun - Ethan and Olivia loved it! They especially loved this see saw. It was so nice to see them playing together and having fun.
Olivia is our little dare devil and all she wanted to do was ride the Twister water slide over and over again! It's a 272' long twisty slide that's just right for both our five year old, and her Mumma! The lines moved quickly and the staff was friendly.
Ethan's favorite spot was the spring-fed swimming hole with the incredible "American Warrior" style inflatable raft. He had a blast climbing and jumping (or falling!) off while his sister waded in more shallow waters.
We didn't try out the adventure course or zipline this trip - the kids were just having way too much fun playing in the water. It looks pretty amazing, though!