Kahuna Laguna is a tropical adventure park

Kahuna Laguna is a tropical adventure park located at the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort in North Conway, New Hampshire. The park was the first indoor water park in New England with over 40,000 square feet of water fun. Visitors are able to ride high speed tubes, body surf in the wave pool, play water basketball and play the latest arcade games.

At the park are four high speed tubes, which finish with visitors splashing into a landing pool. A large 150 gallon tipping bucket will get visitors soaking wet without any notice! An activity pool with water cannons and play tower provide fun for the whole family. A shallow pool area has been designed for small children to have a safe and fun area to play in. The park is open year round with a new outdoor pool open for the warmer months and during the winter the center is warmed to 82 degrees with views of the valley through the glass walls of the park.

The slides at the park include the 3-storey slide tower with high speed twists and turns finishing by landing in the 43,000 gallon pool at the bottom. There are two body slides and tube slides, which are 900 feet in length combined. These slides are the Bamboo Blast, Tsunami, Kahuna Falls and Laguna Plunge.

The Wiki Wave Pool is powered by twin water and air powered pumps to create three patterns of powerful three foot waves in a 67,000 gallon wave pool. The maximum depth of the pool is five feet.

The Bamboo Bay Adventure Tower features the 175 gallon tipping bucket to wet guests unexpectedly, has a climbing tower, small slides, squirting coconuts and water cannons. At Kahuna Court and Waterfall is the place to play water basketball and get dunked under the five foot waterfall.

At the Little Kahuna Kids Play Area is a 9 inch deep activity pool and a three person slides, an assortment of water toys, four person baby bouncer and squirting lemon drop fountains to spray water on the little Kahunas. Visitors over the age of 6 are able to relax in the 25 person hot tub, which is set to a warm 102 degrees.

When visitors get hungry they are able to dine at the Tiki Tide Caf, on many popular lunch items and drinks. The Tiki Tide Caf, is able to provide food for birthday parties, which can be held at the park, visitors will only need to provide a cake.

After guests have finished playing in the water they are able to have a break and play in Aloha Arcade on the latest multi-players games, virtual reality games, pinball and air hockey. On Saturday and Sunday the park is briefly shut down between 10 - 11am for maintenance and safety checks.

Upon entry to the park guests are issued with color coded wrist bands, which visitors use to access the water park and use if leaving and returning on the same day. Lockers, rest rooms, changing areas and swimsuit spinners, which fast dry swimsuits are available for visitors to use. Complimentary towels and life jackets are provided for guests. Lifeguards are on duty at the park to ensure a safe visit for all guests.

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