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White Water Bay %28Texas%29
White Water Bay
White Water Bay.jpg
Location Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio, Texas, United States
Owner Six Flags
Opened 1992
Previous names 1992: Ol' Waterin' Hole
1999: Armadillo Beach
Operating season May through September
Website Official website

White Water Bay is a water park at Six Flags Fiesta Texas amusement park in San Antonio, Texas. Opened in 1992 as Ol' Waterin' Hole, the water park is included with the price of admission to Six Flags Fiesta Texas. It is owned and operated by Six Flags.

List of attractions

Fiesta Texas includes a separate water park adjacent to the main park. There is no additional charge to visit it. It was originally named Ol' Waterin' Hole from 1992 to 1998 and Armadillo Beach from 1999 to 2005.

Bahama Blaster
Thunder Rapids entrance
Name Opened Type Notes
Texas Tumble 1992 Family raft ride
White Water Canyon 1992 Lazy river
Riptide Runner 1992 Open tube slide
Bermuda Triangle 1992 Enclosed tube slide
Paradise Plunge 1992 Body speed slide
Typhoon Twister 1992 enclosed body slide
Texas Treehouse 1999 Family activity area
Lone Star Lagoon 1999 Texas shaped wave pool
Tornado 2004 Proslide Technology Inc. Tornado "60"
Whirlpool 2006 Proslide Technology Inc. "Cannonbowl"
Big Bender 2006 Proslide Technology Inc. "Pipeline"
Splash Water Springs 2006 kids area
Bahama Blaster 2014 Proslide Technology Inc. A six-story four body slide complex. Two slides are "Plummets" and the other are "Superloops" that all feature drop capsules.
Bamboo Chutes 2014 kids area
Thunder Rapids 2017 Proslide Technology Inc. "Rocketblast" Water Coaster A water coaster featuring 6 uphill blasts, 5 drops, and 4 saucer shaped turns. Thunder Rapids won the 2017 Best New Water Park Ride in the Golden Ticket Awards.

Former water park attractions

Name Open Removed Type notes
Tadpole Pond 1996 1998 kiddie pool
Sandy Bottoms 1996 1998 beach volleyball area
The Gusher 1992 1999 two open raft slides - wet/dry slides
Pipeline 1992 1999 two enclosed raft slides - wet/dry slides
The Triple Dipper 1992 2002 two body slides with three humps
Splash Water Springs 1992 2005 kiddie play area
Ol' Swimmin' Hole 1996 2005 family activity area
Crackaxle Springs 1996 2005 "adult" activity area
Hill Country Racer 2006 2016 Proslide Technology Inc. 6-lane "ProRacer" Relocated from Six Flags Astroworld. The ride closed on September 11, 2016 to make room for Thunder Rapids.

External links

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