Water Park Fun at Smugglers’ Notch

August 21, 2007 by  
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If you are in Vermont this summer and are looking for some fun-filled family activities, head off to Smugglers’ Notch. This fantastic ski resort offers a host of summer activities that will appeal to all age groups. Amongst the top attractions at Smugglers’ Notch Ski Resort are the pools and water parks.

Smugglers’ Notch boasts some 8 heated pools, splash pools, 4 waterslides and a delightful mountain reservoir hideaway. Indeed, fun and adventure is waiting around every corner. Visitors who purchase a Smugglers’ Summer Family Fest Package can enjoy all these water park features as much as they desire. All of this water fun at Smugglers’ Notch Ski Resort is available between June and September.

The Mountainside Pools and Waterslides at Smugglers’ Notch is a great place for the entire family to spend the day and is open to the public. Set in the hub of the mountain resort of Smugglers’, this water park boasts the impressive Giant Rapid River Ride, which is a tube waterslide that measures 30 feet in height and 300 feet in length. The massive Mountainside Pool is ideal for swimming and cooling off. Young ones will be delighted with the Little Smugglers’ Lagoon, which features disappearing fountains and waterfalls, as well as the Turtle Mini-Waterslide. Amidst all this fun, you can get something to eat at the Mountainside Cabana.

Notchville Park is only open to guests of Smugglers’ Notch. Here you will find 3 pools, the Notchville Twister (a 140 foot waterslide); the Sugar House (with a water cannon); and Lily Pad Walk. Other activities available at Notchville Park include croquet, wall climbing, sand volleyball and picnicking.

Also only available to guests is SmuggsCentral. Patrons who spend the day here can relax in hot tubs, swim in the pools, play on the waterslide, soak up the sun, play tennis or enjoy a nature walk. SmuggsCentral is a hive of activity.

Last, but not least, is Rum Runners’ Hideaway on Morse Mountain. At this stunning 6-acre reservoir, visitors can swim, fish, picnic, play water games, enjoy the trampoline, try out the Fidget Ladder Climb, experience the Aqua-Launch and venture onto the Log-roll. Indeed, the good times never end at Rum Runners’ Hideaway.

Of course, water parks aren’t all that is on offer at Smugglers’ Notch Ski Resort. You may also wish to enjoy a hike, bird watching, tennis, golf, mini-golf, canoeing, kayaking, disc golf, geocaching, a llama trek, digglering, biking, climbing, fishing and more. An all-round adventure awaits you at Smugglers’ Notch Ski Resort.