Families have been traveling to Glen, New Hampshire for decades to ride the coasters, Ferris wheel and more at Story Land. Next summer they'll have a brand new water play area to visit too.

The beloved family theme park is adding an all-new, farm-themed water play area to the park that is going to have splash-tastic features for the whole family.

The former Oceans of Fun Sprayground is getting revamped in the off season to become the Moo-Lagoon that promises to "udderly amaze" everyone in your family.

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The upgrades to Story Land's water play area do sound pretty amazing.

They'll be adding a multi-level sprayground featuring a dumping bucket, interactive water features and a zero-depth spray zone.

Courtesy Story Land
Courtesy Story Land

Plus they're taking things even higher with a triple slide tower that offers three unique body water slides.

Looks like families won't have to choose between theme park or water park when planning their vacations for summer 2024.

That is when Story Land says the new Moo-Lagoon will open to guests and if next summer is anything like this summer, we'll all be thrilled for a new place to keep cool on the hot, humid summer days of New England.

General Manager Eric Dziedzic sounds just as excited as the park goers, adding

We are thrilled to bring an entirely new way for guests to cool off in the White Mountains all summer long. The refreshing water area will be a destination for summertime fun complete with a sprayground, dump bucket, water slides and more that will begin to sprout this off-season.

The park already includes 35-acres of rides and attractions, like the Roar-O-Saurus Coaster and Alice’s Tea Cups. There's still plenty to enjoy at the tail end of the 2023 season and clearly lots to look forward to next summer as well.

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