Waterville USA, or simply known as Waterville, is a 20-acre (81,000 m2) water and amusement park located a quarter-mile from the Gulf of Mexico in the city of Gulf Shores, Alabama, on Gulf Shores Parkway (Alabama State Route 59). The park opened in 1986, and since then has added numerous water and amusement attractions for all ages to enjoy. The Current Park President is Joseph "Joe" Warrington .
Over the years, Waterville has had to remove and replace attractions due to hurricane damage and the datedness of the attraction. In September 2004, the eye of Hurricane Ivan passed directly over Gulf Shores and the surrounding areas. Due to the park's close proximity to the coastline, Waterville was severely flooded by storm surges, and experienced damaging winds that severely damaged two of the water park's attractions. Repairs went on during 2005 and 2006, and the park fully reopened in 2007 with new replacement attractions.
A sling-shot style attraction that is supported by two towers. Site now occupied by FlowRider.
The free fall (straight-down) slide replaced by Screamin' Demon
The triple drop slide replaced by Triple Dog Dare
Was located in the building that occupies the House of Bounce
Waterville's water park has removed or replaced all of its original slides, and all of the names and descriptions are unknown.