What You'll Get
Like the straw and the motorized bar stool, the water slide is a quick way to connect humans with refreshments. Find the fastest oversized straw with today's Groupon: for $16, you get a one-day pass to Liquid Planet Water Park (a $25 value), plus one round of mini golf (a $4 value) and a ride on the Escape Velocity zip line (a $10 value), in Candia, NH (a $39 total value).
Liquid Planet Water Park fuses two hydrogens, an oxygen, and outdoor adventure to create an engaging waterpark experience. Dock a car or amphibious minivan for free while enjoying the one-day pass, granting access to the park's geyser of aqueous attractions, such as the interactive water toys at The Fountain of Youth or the 2,000 square feet of sandy beach and infinite square feet of sunlight at Crater Lake. Each pass includes a 9-hole round of Galactic mini golf, where each hole corresponds to a planet in our solar system—even the ninth, which was recently downgraded to an animated dog. Groupon users will also experience linear flight with one ride on the Escape Velocity zip line, a 1,000-foot-long and 35-foot-high human gondola ride over the entire park that was just unveiled over Memorial Day weekend.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Must redeem pass in full by 9/5/11. Subject to weather. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Liquid Planet
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.