Wet'n'Wild Phoenix

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Wet'n'Wild Phoenix
Wet'n'Wild Phoenix Colour Logo.jpg
Location Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Coordinates 33°41′45″N 112°09′01″W / 33.695878°N 112.150272°W / 33.695878; -112.150272Coordinates: 33°41′45″N 112°09′01″W / 33.695878°N 112.150272°W / 33.695878; -112.150272
Owner Village Roadshow Limited (2009–2013)
CNL Lifestyle Properties (2013–)
Operated by Village Roadshow Theme Parks (2009–2013)
Premier Parks, LLC (2014–)
Opened July 1, 2009 (2009-07-01)
Previous names WaterWorld Safari
Operating season Calendar
Area 35 acres (14 ha)
Pools 2 pools
Water slides 7 water slides
Children's areas 2 children's areas
Website Wet'n'Wild Phoenix

Wet'n'Wild Phoenix (formerly WaterWorld Safari) is a water park located in Phoenix, Arizona. The park is situated on approximately 35 acres (14 ha) of land, making it the largest theme park in the state. It is located in North Phoenix at Adobe Dam Regional Park. It is one of seven water parks operating under the Wet'n'Wild brand globally.

History[edit]

WaterWorld Safari originally opened on the site of Wet'n'Wild Phoenix. After Village Roadshow Limited invested over $30 million in the park on ownership, and new attractions, Wet'n'Wild Phoenix opened its doors to the public July 1, 2009. At opening the park had over 30 rides.[1] In November 2013, CNL Lifestyle Properties purchased Wet'n'Wild Phoenix from Village Roadshow, along with the rights for the Wet'n'Wild brand in the United States. CNL Lifestyle Properties previously purchased Wet'n'Wild Hawaii from Village Roadshow, with both properties set to be operated by Premier Parks, LLC from the 2014 season.[2]

Attractions[edit]

  • Constrictor
  • Maximum Velocity
  • Monsoon Bay
  • Phoenix Flyers
  • Desert Racers
  • Tornado
  • Cactus Cooler
  • Serpentine Complex
  • Raging River
  • Mammoth Falls
  • Soak 'em Playground
  • Boogie Board Beach[3]
  • Wet'n'Wild Jr[4]

Food & Beverage[edit]

  • Point Break Café
  • Bayside Snacks
  • Food and Beverage Carts[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wet‘n’Wild Phoenix". Amusement Industry News+Notes. 
  2. ^ Shanklin, Mary (21 November 2013). "CNL buys Wet 'n Wild Phoenix". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved 24 November 2013. 
  3. ^ "Maximum Velocity - Dueling H2O Coasters". 
  4. ^ "Wet'n'Wild Jr". Wet'n'Wild Phoenix. Retrieved 9 August 2012. 
  5. ^ "Dining - Park Info - Wet'n'Wild". 

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