Black Hole and Warp 8 - two one- and two-person tube slides
Double Dive Boggan - two head-first, single-rider mat slides
Double Geronimo - two steep, high-speed body slides
Dragon's Den - a two-person toilet bowl-type attraction
Dr. Von Dark's Tunnel Of Terror - a two-person face to face plunge through darkness
Giant Wave Pool
Ollie Octopus - a kid-only water playground area
Pirates' Lagoon - a kid-only water playground area
Racing Rapids and The Plunge - two slow and refreshing, yet reasonably long one-person tube slides
Shoot and Screamer - two short, but thrilling one- and two-person tube slides
Tahiti Tree House - a large, family-oriented water playground area
Thunder Falls and Wild Canyon - two four-passenger family raft slides
Triple Giant Slides (also called the Twister Slides) - three refreshing family body slides
Water Country is one of the few amusement parks in the US to allow and encourage its guests to bring picnic lunches into the park. A number of large picnic areas are available for free at various points throughout the park so guests can eat without having to leave. Alcoholic beverages and smoking, however, are strictly prohibited in the park, as are glass containers. Water Country's mascot was a polar bear named Patches, but Patches was given to Water Country's sister park, Lake Compounce in Connecticut. Water Country no longer has a mascot, but now operates with a surfing theme.
Their commercial's jingle has remained the same since the park opened in 1984. The melody is reminiscent of Mungo Jerry's 1970 hit "In the Summertime". It was composed by Tom Roussell in 1985 while working for Kevin Tracey Productions and later re-recorded when the original 10 year license expired.