Canobie Lake Park – Salem, NH

Canobie Lake Park - Salem, New Hampshire | I-95 Exit Guide

Canobie Lake Park opened August 23,1902 as a trolley line destination for the Massachusetts Northeast Street Railway Company, and the park has opened every summer since then. Canobie Lake Park is known as one of the most beautiful theme parks in North America because of its flower gardens and well maintained landscaping. The park features over 50 rides including roller coasters, log flumes, a hand-painted antique carousel, a steam train, a giant Ferris wheel, and over a dozen kiddie rides. Canobie Lake Park also offers a variety of foods, prize games, arcades, live entertainment, and fireworks.

One of the park’s mot popular attractions is The Yankee Cannonball, a 1930s era wooden roller coaster. The “Canobie Corkscrew”, a looping steel roller coaster is another popular ride. If the younger ones are not quite ready for the corkscrew then “The Dragon”, a kiddie coaster will be just the thing. The park also features several “dark rides” including “Mine of Lost Souls”, a lost mine train ride and the “Psychodrome,” a scrambler-type ride located in a dome with fog, lighting and music effects.

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85 North Policy Street
Salem, New Hampshire
603-893-3506 Local
603-890-2404 FAX


  • From I-95 points north – Take I-95 south to I-495 (Massachusetts), then south on I-495 to MA213, then west on MA213 to I-93, then north on I-93 to New Hampshire, then exit 2 and follow the signs to Canobie Lake Park.
  • From I-95 points south – take I-95 north to I-93, then north on I-93 to New Hampshire exit 2 and follow the signs to Canobie Lake Park.

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