Monday, August 25, 2003 1:54 AM
Just wondering, but my cousin had been up to Noah's Ark at the Wisconsin Dells, and though I never have personally been there, he says they have a lot of slides and the like. We went down to Holiday World and Splashin' Safari this summer, and he said Splashin' Safari wasn't as good as Noah's Ark, and then I wondered why things like the Amusement Today's Golden Ticket omit this place, that in all respects seems nice, even though I've never been there. Could someone please inform me? Thanks.
Monday, August 25, 2003 6:56 AM
Noah's Ark claims (and I believe rightly so) that they are America's Largest Waterpark. It is huge and has tons of good slides including, 3 family raft rides, 2 speed slides, 2 wave pools, and tons of tube slides. How ever, this ride cant hold a candle to Siltterbahn (sp?) which should get the golden ticket every year. That being said Noah's is an awesome waterpark.
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Monday, August 25, 2003 7:36 AM
I just went to Noah's ark and wasnt very impressed. It didnt seem to have a "fun" feeling to it like theme parks have. The slides were pretty fun, but after riding coasters all the time they just dont do it for me. I guess you cant really compare water slides to rollercoasters, but I guess i am just more of a theme park kind of guy.
Monday, August 25, 2003 8:05 AM
I don't think that the Golden Ticket awards purposely omit certain parks and attractions... I think that the awards are akin to a popularity contest, and the more traffic something receives, the higher its chances of scoring well. If Noah's Ark is out-of-the-way (which it kinda is, being in the Dells), there is little chance of its scoring well against places that are much more frequented by the people voting.
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