One or Two Weeks of Cosmic Day Camp for One Child at Liquid Planet Water Park (Up to 35% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Counselors lead kids aged 6–14 on nature hikes, teach swim lessons, and supervise free water-park play during day-camp sessions

The Fine Print

Expires Aug 12th, 2013. May buy multiples. Valid only for option purchased. Must enroll by the expiration date on your Groupon. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Summer camp provides kids with lasting memories, adventures in the great outdoors, and the hard-earned ability to take instruction from an adult wearing shorts. Redefine authority with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $150 for one week of day camp for one child (a $225 value)
  • $275 for two weeks of day camp for one child (a $425 value)<p>

At Cosmic day camp, both Lil Dippers (ages 6–10) and Big Dippers (ages 10–14) engage in stimulating summertime activities such as swim lessons, arts and crafts, and supervised nature hikes. Older kids will learn rocketry and Lego-engineering basics as they build models designed to shoot toward the stars. Camps take place Monday–Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.<p>

Liquid Planet Water Park

Located in the woods, Liquid Planet Water Park forms an oasis of thrilling water slides, pools, and watery play zones. Water attractions include high-speed vertical-drop slides, new speed slides, spiraling water runs that stretch upward of 250 feet, and brisk splash pools. Forming a relaxing buffer at the side of the park are 2,000 square feet of sandy beach that, like marshmallow swim trunks, offer cushy respite from the ubiquitous concrete-pool surroundings. The beach also borders spring-fed Crater Lake, which attracts swimmers and cannonballers with traditional watering-hole charms.


Reviews

my young granddaughters loved it so much we had to promise to bring them back in order to get them to leave

rick n., 9/28/12

This place is clean and fun, great option for those with kids under 12.

Sara Cloutier, 10/3/12

Tips

  • “the place is good for kid age at 1~7 if the price stays in $25 for 4. there are no much things to do but it is good to young and little kids. the water pool is fun...”

    “the place is good for kid age at 1~7 if the price stays in $25 for 4. there are no much things to do but it is good to young and little kids. the water pool is fun water is not that strong. it is safe for young and little kids.”

  • “It is a very small park which makes it very manageable for little kids....the older kids love the pond as well as the zip line...definitely a favorite attraction!”

  • “i took my daughter age 7 and neice whos almost 8 and they loved it. it was there first time on a zip line and ended up doing it twice. They had fun going down the...”

    “i took my daughter age 7 and neice whos almost 8 and they loved it. it was there first time on a zip line and ended up doing it twice. They had fun going down the water slides especially the tunnel one. we got lucky and there wasnt a big crowd. if it was alot busier i dont think they wouldve enjoyed it as much. we went on a tuesday in the middle of august and stayed from open to close. its a good little family place to spend a day especially if you have little ones. ”

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    Candia

    446 Raymond Rd.

    Candia, New Hampshire 03034

    603-483-2200

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