Quassy Amusement Park
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Quassy Amusement Park
Quassy Amusement & Waterpark
Slogan Affordable Family Fun
Location Middlebury, Connecticut, U.S.
Coordinates 41°31?38?N 73°09?01?W / 41.5271°N 73.1504°W / 41.5271; -73.1504Coordinates: 41°31?38?N 73°09?01?W / 41.5271°N 73.1504°W / 41.5271; -73.1504
Owner George Frantzis II and Eric Anderson
Opened 1908
Previous names Lake Quassapaug
Operating season Late April through early October
Total 38
Roller coasters 2
Water rides 7
Website http://www.quassy.com

Quassy Amusement Park, is an amusement and waterpark in Middlebury, Connecticut, United States. It has 38 rides on its 20 acres (81,000 m2).

Quassy originally opened as a trolley park, similar to Canobie Lake Park in New Hampshire. It has been a staple in Connecticut entertainment for over 100 years. In 1908, Quassy became a stop along the trolley line between Waterbury and Woodbury. As more people got off at this stop, Quassy became a summer resort area. In 1937, three businessmen purchased the property and began to develop it.[1] After World War II, Quassy established itself as a full amusement park.

Quassy consists of a full-fledged amusement park plus a waterpark called Splash Away Bay. Swimming in Lake Quassapaug is available. In 1901, a writer pronounced Lake Quassapaug as "the handsomest bit of natural water on earth". Today, beach clubs and houses surround the entire lake.

The park is home to the award-winning Wooden Warrior roller coaster, which opened in 2011.

Quassy offers swimming, picnicking, a catering service, an arcade, a water park, and live entertainment including school bands, dance groups and magic shows.

Friday nights Quassy sells hot dogs, soda and rides for 50 cents each. All-day ride and waterpark wristbands are available. A wristband is required to enter the waterpark and beach area, or guests may pay a separate admission. Individual ride tickets are also available. Parking fee charged. No admission fee to walk around the amusement park.[2]


See also


  1. ^ Connecticut History. "Quassy: One of the Last of the Old-Time Trolley Parks". ConnecticutHistory.org
  2. ^ Connecticut Family Outings Facility - Quassy Amusement Park - school field trips, thrill rides, NY Archived June 18, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.

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