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MARKET REPORT: NORTH AMERICA


complex from WhiteWater West called Banzai Pipeline. Guests will have the choice of three slides with multiple twists, turns and drops down a four-story tower for a thrilling and refreshing ride Six Flags White Water Atlanta, Marietta, Georgia, will debut Python Plunge, a striking five-story water slide by ProSlide with multiple swirling discs and adrenaline-pumping drops. The massive water slide features two-person rafts that slither along a 500 foot (152 m) course and careen around giant saucer-shaped turns before sending guests plunging into the pool below. White Water Bay, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, will become Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Oklahoma City when the park opens next spring for the 2020 season. It is also debuting an exhilarating, new high-speed racing complex—Wahoo Racer—a multi-lane water complex from WhiteWater West that gives riders two uniquely different experiences.


Waldameer Park & Water World, Erie,


Pennsylvania, will make a $3 million investment in Water World, where they will add a six-lane Rally Racer mat slide complex from ProSlide Technologies. It replaces its two speed slides, installed in 1989. Canada’s Wonderland, Vaughan, Ontario, is taking guest adventures to new heights with the addition of a multi-level cliff jumping attraction. Mountain Bay Cliffs is built in-house and situated high above the landscape of Splash Works water park. Guests can experience the exhilaration of cliff jumping from a variety of heights into the water below, with the ultimate challenge of conquering the highest peak at seven- and-a-half meters (25 feet). At Adventure Island in Tampa, Florida,


Solar Vortex will become America’s first dual-tailspin water slide. This family raft slide from WhiteWater West combines high-banking rotations and rapid descents, sending sliders on a swirling journey through two open tailspin features.


PARK WORLD Handbook & Buyer’s Guide 2020


Ocean Breeze Waterpark, Virginia Beach, Virginia, will introduce a family raft ride, Operation Splashdown. This red and blue ProSlide Mammoth, mega-tube serpentine raft ride will be 70 foot (21 m) high and 600 foot (183 m) long. Raging Waves, Yorkville, Illinois, will


unveil a six-lane mat racing waterslide. This Proslide RallyRacer attraction is aptly named Aussie Mat Dash. It will allow six riders to race side-by-side in tunnels to the bottom. Aquatica Orlando will debut Florida’s


first-ever dueling water slide, Riptide Race by ProSlide. Starting atop a 68 foot (21 m) tower, riders will be able to grab a raft and take their mark in side-by-side racing lanes at top speeds. Dueling face-to-face, racers will navigate tight loops and accelerations through indoor and outdoor sections. It’s a marathon to the finish through nearly 650 feet (198 m) of splashing slide. From Whitewater, Tonga Twister is


two body slides set to open at San Antonio’s Aquatica.


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