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Soaky Mountain, Sevierville’s brand new 50-acre waterpark, is officially open to the public and set to host a “Welcome Neighboring Counties” event this week from July 27-31.
During this event, residents of neighboring counties will be able to visit the park for just $29.99. That’s almost 40% off the price of regular adult admission.
Full price daily admission tickets are $44.99 for anyone taller than 42 inches and $39.99 for anyone 42 inches or below.
The discount will apply to the following counties:
- Sevier County
- Knox County
- Blount County
- Jefferson County
- Cocke County
How to receive the discount
Residents must present a valid ID upon arrival to the park to participate in the promotion. Tickets must be purchased on-site.
For more information about this event visit the Welcome Neighboring Counties facebook event page.
Wilderness at the Smokies guests are also eligible for discounts
Not able to make it to the park during the Welcome Neighboring Counties event? There’s another way to score discounted tickets to Soaky Mountain.
Guests of Wilderness at the Smokies, Soaky Mountain’s sister attraction, are able to purchase discounted admission for up to $20 off every day. There is currently no expiration for this offer.
About Soaky Mountain Waterpark
Highlights of new Soaky Mountain Waterpark include:
The Avalaunch: A first-of-its kind watercoaster with four flying saucer features that create a drop-and-dive sensation and one wave curved wall.
Soaky Surge: A massive, 35,000 square foot wave pool capable of generating waves 6 feet high.
Black Bear Rapids: An adventure river encompassing 24,000 square feet.
An Adventure Pool: With a water obstacle course.
A 3,800 square foot flat-water cabana pool: For relaxing poolside.
Hang 10essee: A double FlowRider surfing simulator.
The Hive: A bee-themed play-and-spray feature with countless hands-on activities.
Boomers Bay: A super fun kid activity pool area with smaller versions of the adult-size towering slide.
Lil’ Rattlers and Mini Mayhem: So kids can experience the thrills and chills of the waterpark on their level.
In addition to the Avalaunch watercoaster, there are other massive slides including two five-person raft rides; a tubing tower with five flumes; two high-intensity body slides; and a four-lane, head-first mat racing challenge to satisfy everyone’s racing desires.
Some of the slides feature translucent tubes which create a swirling array of light effects. Others are themed in colors, like the Rainbow’s Revenge, which features all of the colors of the rainbow and the American Racer’s Rush, which features red, white and blue stars and stripes.
Full price daily admission tickets are $44.99 for anyone taller than 42 inches and $39.99 for anyone 42 inches or below. Children ages three and up require a ticket. The waterpark will be open through Labor Day. Wilderness at the Smokies guests can purchase discounted admission for up to $20 off daily admission tickets.
Parking is $15 per visit, and seasonal parking is available for $39.99.
The new waterpark cost nearly $90 million to construct and will have nearly 500 full- and part-time job employees. It is anticipated to draw over 400,000 visitors annually, of which 100,000 will be new visitors to Sevier County.
It is also expected to increase the average nightly stays in the region while generating approximately $400,000 annually in Tourism Development Zone Tax.
Wilderness Resorts and Waterparks currently owns and operates Wilderness at the Smokies in Sevierville, and Wilderness Resort, Glacier Canyon Lodge, and Wilderness on the Lake, Wild Rock Golf Course, Sundara Spa and Glacier Canyon Conference Center in Wisconsin Dells.
Soaky Mountain Waterpark is located at 175 Gists Creek Road, Sevierville, TN. For more information about the park visit SoakyMountainWaterpark.com.
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