We don't know about you, but all these announcements from amusement parks about 2022 reopening dates are getting us absolutely stoked for summer.

Canobie Lake Park in Salem, New Hampshire, will be opening their doors to the public on May 28. Soon, you'll once again be able to conquer the Untamed and Yankee Cannonball roller coasters, take a spin on the Xtreme Frisbee, or soar in the sky on Da Vinci's Dream.

On that same day over in Saco, Maine, Funtown Splashtown will also reopening for the summer. Those who've missed the 220-ft plunge on Dragon's Descent, the lights and music of the Astrosphere, and the popular Excalibur roller coaster, will be able to revisit these rides once more.

Over in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Water Country is a third  destination that you'll be able to visit again starting on May 28.

Doesn't that look like fun?

Water parks such as these are especially enjoyable places to visit during the summer months. While you can enjoy feeling a cool breeze on rides like roller coasters and swings, there's nothing like cooling down from the heat and humidity by jumping in the water. Whether you want to relax on a tube in a lazy river, splash in a wave pool, or go down water slides, you're sure to get a refreshing cooldown regardless.

Here are seven New Hampshire and Maine water parks that are fun ways for you and your friends to enjoy a hot summer day.

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