Soaky Mountain Waterpark: What’s new in 2021?

Soaky Mountain Waterpark

Soaky Mountain Waterpark is a brand new, 50-acre waterpark in Sevierville, TN (photo courtesy of Soaky Mountain Waterpark)

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Soaky Mountain Waterpark will open for its second season on May 15-16, 2021, and then daily starting May 22. 

Season pass holders will get an early sneak peak on preview day, Friday, May 21.

Finally, Soaky Mountain will be hosting an official Grand Opening for tourism industry partners on Friday, June 4 at 9 am.

Today, officials announced some new and exciting updates for its 2021 season.

“We can’t wait for another summer of fun at our amazing waterpark,” said Dave Andrews, general manager of Soaky Mountain Waterpark.

“2020 was truly a challenging year for us, first we had to get our construction completed while the country was shut down … and then we were only able to be at reduced capacity levels as a safety precaution.”

Andrews said that is why Soaky Mountain will properly celebrate the new waterpark on the June 4 celebration, since they were unable to do so in 2020.

Soaky Mountain Waterpark is a mountain modern park with classic favorites, such as its lazy river and wave pool, but it also has innovative, first-of-its-kind watercoasters and slides (photo by Alaina O’Neal/TheSmokies.com)

What’s new at Soaky Mountain Waterpark in 2021? 

Today, officials announced that guests coming to Soaky Mountain Waterpark in 2021 can expect to see some new changes this season.

Soaky Mountain has added 12 two-person cabanas that include two lounge chairs and a safe this year. Rentals start as low as $50.

And for those who wish to cool down with a special treat, Yukon Frozen Yogurt is coming to the Candy Cabin building. 

At Yukon Yogurt, guests will be able to build their own refreshing frozen treat. Just grab a cup, choose from a variety of flavors of frozen yogurt or sorbet, add delicious toppings, have it weighed, pay and enjoy!

There are also plans for Summit Snacks food carts to be added to main plaza area.

At these carts, guests will be able to purchase nachos, pretzels, popcorn, hot dogs, ice cream, cookies, fresh squeezed lemonade, beer, bottled water, Icees and fountain drinks.

Finally, the park received its liquor license for 2021, so guests will be able to purchase frozen margaritas, daiquiris, pina coladas and other adult beverages within the park.

Read Also: Tasty treats at Soaky that will blow you out of the water

Slipper Salamanders course at Soaky Mountain Waterpark
Guests can test their agility on the Slippery Salamander, an inflatable obstacle course for guests of all ages (must be 42 inches tall) (photo by Alaina O’Neal/TheSmokies.com)

What rides are there at Soaky Mountain Waterpark? 

One of the attraction highlights at Soaky Mountain Waterpark is the Avalaunch.

The Avalaunch is a first-of-its kind watercoaster with four flying saucer features that create a drop-and-dive sensation.

The waterpark also has Soaky Surge, a massive wave pool capable of generating waves 6 feet high.

There are also two five-person raft rides, a tubing tower with five flumes and a head-first mat racing challenge. 

Some of the slides feature translucent tubes which create a swirling array of light effects.

For the smaller guests, Soaky Mountain has also Boomers Bay, a super fun kid activity pool area with smaller versions of the adult-size towering slides.

This helps even the little ones experience the thrills and chills of the waterpark on their level.

At Soaky Mountain Waterpark, there’s a ride and attraction for people of all ages.

Read Also: Soaky Mountain Waterpark slides and attractions

How much does Soaky Mountain Waterpark cost? 

Season admission passes are on sale now through April 30, 2021 for $99.99 and include one guest daily admission ticket. Starting May 1, they will be $109.99. 

Daily admission tickets are $44.99 for anyone above 42 inches and $39.99 for anyone under 42 inches.

Children ages three and up require a ticket. The waterpark will be open through Labor Day, with additional select days being considered through mid-September.

Wilderness at the Smokies resort guests can purchase a discounted daily admission ticket for only $19.99.

The new waterpark cost nearly $90 million to construct and employs approximately 500 people. It is currently hiring for all positions.

Soaky Mountain Waterpark is located at 175 Gists Creek Rd, Sevierville, TN.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit SoakyMountainWaterpark.com.

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 info@thesmokies.com for questions or comments.

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