In 2017, there were no less than ten water parks in the United States that drew more than one million thrill-seekers. While many of these are located in warm weather year-round states, fantastic seasonal water parks are peppering the United States' landscape. With the revenue these parks have brought in through ticket sales and captive audience concession sales, it's no wonder that the number of these parks have expanded. They have also taken it on themselves to outdo their competitors with the fastest, tallest, scariest, biggest attractions through reinvestment.
Noah's Ark has the distinction of being the United States' largest waterpark with nearly 50 waterslides, multiple wave pools and myriad other attractions for the whole family. The park is a stalwart in the industry and remains nothing short of a pioneer after nearly 40 years. It continues to build and build each year. Considering that it is only open from roughly Memorial Day to Labor Day it's impressive that the owners continue to strive towards excellence, and retain its title of the biggest and best in the United States year-after-year.
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