Soaky Mountain ends season Sept 27 with food drive, half-price tickets

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The last day of the Soaky Mountain Waterpark 2020 season will be Sept. 27, 2020 (photo by Alaina O'Neal/TheSmokies.com)

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Soaky Mountain Waterpark announced today that they will be celebrating the end their inaugural season by hosting a food drive on Sunday, Sept. 27 from 9 to 10 am.

Guests who arrive during this time will be able to purchase a deeply discounted daily admission ticket for only $19.99 plus tax. That’s more than half off the regularly priced ticket of $44.99. 

For each ticket sold, Soaky Mountain Waterpark will also donate $9.99 to the Sevier County Food Ministry to help those who are less fortunate in the community. 

“It has been an amazing first season for us … and we just want to say thank you to everyone who came to visit us this summer,” said Dave Andrews, general manager of Soaky Mountain Waterpark.

“We are so grateful for everyone’s support, and this food drive is our way of giving back to our community who has embraced our new tourist attraction.”

The waterpark will also have donation stations located at the park entrance for guests who wish to make additional cash donations to the Sevier County Food Ministry. 

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The chairs at Soaky Mountain Waterpark were custom built for comfort (photo by Daniel Munson/TheSmokies.com)

Get a 2021 season pass to Soaky Mountain for $99 

If you hadn’t had a chance to visit Soaky Mountain yet, don’t worry! Now’s your chance to take advantage of another amazing deal from Soaky Mountain.

For a limited time, the waterpark is offering new passholders a 2021 season pass for only $99.99. 

Guests who take advantage of this deal can also enjoy the rest of the 2020 season, which concludes this weekend, Sept. 26-27, 2020. To buy a 2021 season pass or view other specials, visit their website.

What is Soaky Mountain Waterpark? 

Soaky Mountain Waterpark is a massive, brand new 50-acre waterpark located in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains in Sevierville, Tenn.

The rides at Soaky Mountain have some of the newest technology in the industry. The slides use translucent, sunlight-illuminated technology that allow the Tennessee sunshine to create special illuminated effects through the tubes as you ride.

One of the main highlights of the new waterpark is the Avalaunch, a first-of-its kind water coaster that features high-speed turns and a massive TornadoWAVE finish.

But whether you’re looking for thrilling rides or simply wish to hang out by the pool with a cocktail in your hand for one last time this summer, there’s something for everyone at Soaky Mountain. 

Read More: Soaky Mountain Waterpark slides and attractions: Your complete guide 

Boomer's Bay
Boomer’s Bay has slides for even the smallest members of the family (photo by Daniel Munson/TheSmokies.com)

Kids attractions at Soaky Mountain Waterpark

Soaky Mountain has something for everyone, including the kids.

The Hive play area is the ultimate fun zone for kids, with multiple water play areas, a honeycomb bucket dump, twisting body slides, a swirling body bowl slide and more. 

Soaky also features Boomer’s Bay, which is geared for even the littlest members of the family. It has pint-sized versions of the big “grown up” slides so no kid feels left out.

When it’s time to relax, guests can grab the family and cool down at Coyote Springs, where everyone can enjoy a still-water pool which serves as the perfect home base. 

Food at Soaky Mountain Waterpark

Soaky Mountain also steps up the waterpark theme park food game with — not one — but two food custom-built food trucks.

Soaky custom built a taco truck from a 1954 AEC (Chassis) Regent III, which once was used in the London Transit System. The bottom deck serves up delicious tacos while the top deck offers guests a seating area that overlooks the waterpark.

Soaky also has a Rolly Macaroni truck, which serves up all sorts of cheesy dishes — an homage to the company’s roots in Wisconsin. 

Soaky Mountain also has Base Camp Bistro, Soaky Shake Shoppe, Candy Cabin and a Wipe Out Bar where guests over the age of 21 can enjoy adult cocktails.

Read Also: Food at Soaky Mountain; tasty treats that will blow you out of the water

Soaky Mountain Waterpark is located at 175 Gists Creek Road, Sevierville, TN 37876.  For more information, visit SoakyMountainWaterpark.com.

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