This Friday morning, July 28, is your last chance to score tickets to Noah's Ark Waterpark in Wisconsin Dells. There's still a lot of summer left and with that comes sunshine and heat and what better place to cool off than in America's Largest Waterpark. You can spend the entire day having a splashingly good time riding all the slides and lazy rivers in this wet n' wild playground for kids and adults.

I'll bet I've been to Noah's Ark at least a dozen times over the years and I never get tired of going there. The last few times we've gone, we've grabbed a spot next to the Big Kahuna. That's one of their two large wave pools and it's positioned close enough to other waterslides, a couple of lazy rivers, some kiddie play areas and food. We're going back there with most of my family in a couple weeks and I've already reserved a cabana by the wave pool so that the little ones can get out of the sun when they need to. Plus, with a cabana, we don't have to hunt for chaise lounges to drag together in a group. They don't come cheap but we've always talked about getting one, so this year I decided to splurge. My favorite slides are four black tube slides called Black Thunder. You shoot through these pipes twisting and turning in the dark all the way until shoot from the end of the ride into the pool. Each one of the tubes is a different experience. The Scorpions tail is also a thrilling ride and not for the faint of heart. When the floor of the tube drops out from under your feet, you're in for one heckuva rush, dropping 10 stories and flying through a nearly vertical enclosed loop.

Those are just a couple of the many slides and rides at Noah's Ark Waterpark and you can experience it all for free, between 6-9AM tomorrow morning, if you win tickets from the Power 96 Morning Show.

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