Family fun time
Here's a bit of trivia for you...Canobie Lake Park opened on August 23, 1902, as a trolley park for the Massachusetts Northeast Street Railway Company. The amusement park has opened every summer since then. In the park's early years, it was known for its flower gardens, promenades and gentle attractions. From the 1930s to the early 1950s, Canobie Lake Park’s Dancehall Theater became known as an entertainment destination hosting names such as Guy Lombardo, Duke Ellington and Frank Sinatra.
Today, the park features over 85 rides, including roller coasters, a log flume, a hand-painted antique carousel, a steam train, the "Starblaster", "DaVinci's Dream", over a dozen kiddie rides, a variety of foods, prize games, three arcades, live entertainment, fireworks, and a water park!
Kick off your summer right with a fun family trip to Canobie Lake Park.
Tickets are valid through June 30, 2017