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Kahuna Laguna in North Conway, New Hampshire was voted a top 10 Ten Water Park by readers of USA Today.

This amazing 40,000 sq. ft. indoor water park located at the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort in North Conway, came in 7th by readers of USA TODAY in their 10 Best Readers' Choice travel awards for 2019. 2020 was a wash and 2021, there is no indoor waterpark category.....so, reigning champion!

Kahuna Laguna finished at number 7 in the competition that included indoor water parks across the country.

Red Jacket Resorts.com
Red Jacket Resorts.com

Will the kids have fun at Kahuna Laguna Does a bear...I mean, yes! There are these tubes you can go speeding through into a landing pool. Fun box checked. There's body surfing...if you dare. And yes, get mom to do it - it's a sure fire hit on Tik Tok. Fun box checked. You can even play water basketball. Ask all you want, mom is not playing. This is all you and your friends/siblings.

Wonder what it's like to have 175 gallons of water dumped on you? Wonder no more...but be warned, it can totally catch you off guard! The water cannons are fun too, because well..it's a water cannon! There's even an area for your little little ones who aren't quite up to the water dumping or body surfing quite yet. They have a 'little kahuna' area that is just as much fun.

You're gonna get hungry and you're gonna need a break. That's when you head to the Tiki Tide Café for a snack or lunch. And the Aloha Arcade is the place for the latest arcade games. Because there is something about an arcade that kids cannot resist! You will be exhausted...honestly just pooped. Good thing the Kahuna Laguna is at the Red Jacket Mountain View resort in North Conway. All you have to do is get yourself to your room to plop down and watch the video of you trying to body surf.


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