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New water slide to make a change at Noah’s Ark waterpark this summer

Wisconsin Dells based waterpark, Noah’s Ark will open a new lizard themed water slide this summer. Chameleon transforms the park’s Flying Gecko attraction and invites guests to ride down on a fully immersive and colorful journey with vivid lights and sounds.

Up to four guests can take the plunge together in one of the park’s newest tubes as they race past 74 color-changing lights and eight speakers. Riders will find a new surprise around every single twist as they hear an exclusive mashup of songs created just for Noah’s Ark. The new ride experience is just one of the more than 51 attractions Noah’s Ark offers, said to be the most expansive line-up of water attractions in the Wisconsin Dells.

“We are always looking for innovative ways to grow our attraction line-up to offer even more unique experiences to our guests,” said Noah’s Ark general manager, Christopher Mortensen. “We know that the addition of the new Chameleonwill deliver an unbeatable ride that guests won’t be able to find anywhere else in the area.”

Chameleon will be fitted with iSlide technology, which includes color-changing lights and music to create an immersive ride for guests. In addition to adding lights and sound to the interior of the slide, the outer shell will also be receiving a brand-new makeover. This spring, the outside will be transformed with a new paint job to represent the changing colors of a chameleon.

Everyone will be able to enjoy this family-friendly attraction, with even the smallest park guests able to ride with a supervising companion. Season Passholders are invited to be among the first to enjoy Noah’s Ark for the park’s 45th opening day on Saturday, May 27. Noah’s Ark will open its gates one hour early at 9am for an exclusive Season Passholder party, complete with a DJ, early ride time, giveaways and other surprises.

To mark the first week of spring and to celebrate the all-new ChameleonNoah’s Ark is now offering up to $40 off Silver and Gold Season Passes for Wisconsin residents.

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