Soaky Mountain Waterpark slides and attractions: Your complete guide

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Soaky Mountain Waterpark opens this Saturday, June 27 to the general public and will be hosting passholder preview days on June 25-26.

This massive waterpark is an exciting addition to Sevier County, and this 50-acre attraction boasts a long, impressive list of slides, features and food venues.

Read more: SNEAK PEEK: Soaky Mountain Waterpark offers behind the scenes look of massive new waterpark

“What sets Soaky Mountain apart is the wonderful attractions,” said Dave Andrews, general manager of Soaky Mountain. “We have translucent pieces that are some of the newest things in the industry that actually set effects on you as you slide down the rides.”

Here’s a full breakdown of the attractions and what to expect:

For the Thrill Seekers:

Avalaunch water coaster (photo by Daniel Munson/

Avalaunch Water coaster is one of the main new features of the waterpark. This first-of-its kind water coaster combines a RocketBLAST® water coaster with four FlyingSAUCER® high-speed turns and a massive sweeping TornadoWAVE finish.

Height: Over 42” | Type: Thrill 

Blue Mountain Mayhem (left) and Rainbow Revenge (right)
Blue Mountain Mayhem (left) and Rainbow Revenge (right) (photo by Daniel Munson/

Blue Mountain Mayhem is a five-person raft ride that features two massive, gravity challenging walls and is guaranteed to give you that “weightless” kind of feeling.

Height: Over 42” | Type: Thrill 

Whoop drops you a from a launch capsule floor and plummets you to a runout finish below.

Height: Over 42” | Type: Thrill 

Holler, next door to Whoop, slides you out of a start tube into a gentle descent before dropping you off a steep incline. Let’s just say it’s appropriately named.

Height: Over 42” | Type: Thrill 

Splash & Furious
Splash & Furious (right) (photo by Alaina O’Neal/

Splash & Furious is a four-lane, head-first mat racer that lets you compete side-by-side with your neighbors. Translucent light effects will shine through as you make your way down to the checkerboard finish line.

Height: Over 42” | Type: Thrill 

Hang 10essee is double FlowRider to help you find your inner surfer. (Or fall while people watch from the nearby bar).

Height: Over 42” | Type: Thrill 

For the Family:

Soaky Surge is a massive 35,000 square foot wave pool that can generate waves up to 6 feet high.

Height: No restrictions | Type: Family 

Rainbow Revenge is a state-of-the-art waterslide that uses translucent lighting technology that twists and bends the light as you splash down in a five-person raft ride. The ride also includes three saucer turns.

Height: Over 42” | Type: Family 

Soaky Mountain
Timber Rattler’s Race, American Racers Rush, Cottonmouth Coils and Copperhead Clash (photo by Alaina O’Neal/

Copperhead Clash is a double tube slide with side-by-side racing sections throughout. Translucent lighting effects add to this one or two-person tube ride.

Height: Over 42” | Type: Family 

Cottonmouth Coils is an enclosed tube slide with translucent lighting effects and three explosion turns. Brave it alone or with a partner.

Height: Over 42” | Type: Family 

Timber Rattler’s Rage is a slow and go one or two-person tube slide that sends you on a journey through three distinct Tornado funnel sections where you’ll slosh back and forth between the walls.

Height: Over 42” | Type: Family 

American Racer’s Rush is a dedication to Old Glory. You’ll see stars and stripes on your journey down the mountain before you end up with a fireworks finish.

Height: Over 42” | Type: Family 

Black Bear Rapids
Black Bear Rapids (photo by Daniel Munson/

Black Bear Rapids is a not-so-lazy river with adventure-packed wave action and encompasses over 24,000 square feet.

Height: No restrictions | Type: Family 

Slippery Salamanders
Slippery Salamanders (photo by Daniel Munson/

Slippery Salamanders is a double-lane inflatable water obstacle course will keep adventurers of all ages busy for hours while testing their agility.

Height: No restrictions | Type: Family 

Coyote Springs is a 3,800 square foot flat-water cabana pool with a sun shelf for relaxing poolside in a private cabana or just out of the way of the hustle and bustle of the rest of the park.

Height: No restrictions | Type: Family

For the Littles:

The Hive
The Hive (photo by Alaina O’Neal/

The Hive is the ultimate kids’ play zone sure to keep pint-size people buzzing. Kids will enjoy multiple water play features including a honey of a water dump, twisting body slides and a swirling body bowl slide.

Height: No restrictions | Type: For the littles

Boomers Bay
Boomers Bay (photo by Daniel Munson/

Boomers Bay features small versions of the big kids rides including a mini-tornado, a squirt-sized wall ride and two twisting slides with awesome translucent lift effects and plenty of others to keep your cubs happy.

Height: No restrictions | Type: For the littles

Lil Rattlers and Mini Mayhem
Lil Rattlers and Mini Mayhem (photo by Daniel Munson/

Mini Mayhem is a pint-sized version of Blue Mountain Mayhem built just for your littles.

Height: No restrictions | Type: For the littles

Lil Rattlers are tube slides for the little thrill seekers who still want to conquer the mountain until they are ready to take on the big kid slides.

Food and Beverage:

Wipe Out Bar has drinks and delicious appetizers in a beautiful setting overlooking the mountains.

Bee Good
Bee Good Photo by Daniel Munson/

Bee Good Café is steps away from “The Hive” and has kid-friendly, adult-approved meals.

Base Camp Bistro has everything from burgers and pizza to chicken wraps and fruit cups.

Tacolicious Taco Truck
Tacolicious Taco Truck (photo by Daniel Munson/

Tacolicious Taco Truck is a remodeled double decker bus that was once used in the London Transit System. Now it’s a place to grab some delicious Mexican favorites and enjoy them on the top deck. Is there a word for “cheerio” in Spanish, y’all? Asking for a friend.

Soaky Shake Shoppe – The Soaky Shake Shoppe spins amazing milkshakes. This place whips up the works from Classic Vanilla to the Cereal Lover, which is topped with Fruity Pebbles.

Rolly Macaroni Food Truck
Rolly Macaroni Food Truck (photo by Daniel Munson/

Rolly Macaroni Food Truck puts a twist on the ultimate comfort food, mac and cheese. It’s located just off of Boomer’s Bay and serves up the classic original for those that like it traditional, and also works up new favorites like Chicken Bacon Ranch and Buffalo Chicken.

Overlook Bar offers wave pool views as you sip on drinks or smoothies.


Candy Cabin
Candy Cabin at Soaky Mountain Waterpark (photo by Daniel Munson/

Candy Cabin has heavenly hand-dipped chocolates, fudges, bulk candy, candied apples and caramel apples.

Photo by Alaina O’Neal/

Honeycomb gifts and gear has souvenirs and is located in the same building as Bee Good Café.

Mountain Mercantile has sundries and souvenirs.

Plan Your Visit

Since Soaky Mountain Waterpark is opening with limited capacity due to COVID-19, guests who are purchasing daily tickets must make reservations ahead of time. The best way to do that is buying a ticket online to guarantee your date. Season passholders do not need to make reservations.

The best way to enjoy the park is to buy a season pass, which are $99.99 and will be valid for the 2020-2021 season, if purchased by June 26. Daily tickets are $44.99, or $39.99 for guests under 42 inches. Military discounts are also available.

Parking is $15 per visit, and seasonal parking is available for $39.99.

Soaky Mountain Waterpark will be open from 10am-7pm and is located at 175 Gists Creek Road in Sevierville, TN. For more information, visit

Disclaimer: While we do our best to bring you the most up-to-date information, attractions or prices mentioned in this article may vary by season and are subject to change. Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any mentioned business, and have not been reviewed or endorsed these entities. Contact us at [email protected] for questions or comments.

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