Wild Waves Theme & Water Park

Wild Waves Theme & Water Park
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Location
Federal Way, Washington, USA
Status Operating
Opened 1977
Owner CNL Lifestyle Properties[1]
Previous names Enchanted Village (2016)
Wild Waves Theme Park (2007 to 2015)
Wild Waves and Enchanted Village (1984 to 2006)
Enchanted Village (1977 to 1983)
Area 70 acres (28 hectares)
Website https://wildwaves.com/
An aerial view of the park, taken in 2008

Wild Waves Theme & Water Park is an amusement park located in Federal Way, Washington, USA. The park is the largest water park in the area and features four roller coasters. It opened in 1977, and is a popular summer destination in the Pacific Northwest.

History

The park was acquired by Six Flags in 2000.[2] In 2016, Wild Waves Theme Park was once again separated into two parks. The amusement park was reverted back to its original name, Enchanted Village. This was subsequently reversed, and the park renamed Wild Waves Theme & Water Park.

Roller coasters

Present

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Status
Kiddie Coaster Zamperla Kiddie 1997 Operating
Klondike Gold Rusher Zamperla Wild Mouse 2002 Operating
Timberhawk: Ride of Prey S&S Worldwide Wooden 2003 Operating
Wild Thing Arrow Dynamics Sit-Down 1997 Operating

Past

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Fate
Kiddie Coaster Unknown Kiddie Unknown 1996 Unknown

Attractions

Operating

Name Manufacturer Type Opened
Brain Drain S&S Worldwide Drop Tower 2016
Carousel Parker Gallopers 1980
Coastal Clippers Zamperla Rockin' Tug 2017
Disk'O Flashback Zamperla Disk'O 2008
Dodg’ems Bumper Cars Unknown Dodgems 2002
Ferris Wheel Eli Bridge Company Ferris Wheel 1990 or earlier
Gambler Chance Rides Trabant/Satellite 2002
Hang Glider Zamperla Kite Flyer 2002
I-5 Dive Skycoaster Sky Fun 1 Inc. Skycoaster 1999
Kang-A-Bounce Zamperla Junior Jump & Smile 2007
Lumberjack Falls Intamin Shoot The Chutes 2002
Paratrooper Hrubetz Lifting Paratrooper Unknown
Pirate Ship HUSS Pirate Ship 1995
Ring of Fire Larson International Super Loop 1995 or earlier
Safari Jeeps SBF Visa Group Track Ride 2012 or earlier
Scrambler Eli Bridge Company Scrambler 1988
Timber Axe Zamperla Ranger 2002
Wagon Train Zamperla Crazy Bus 2002

Closed

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Fate
Falling Star Chance Rides Falling Star 1990s 2011 Scrapped
Octopus Soriani & Moser Polyp 2002 2015 Scrapped
Tip Top Hrubetz Bubble Bounce/Tip Top 1977 2015 or later Scrapped

References