Few guests realize that Splash Away Bay waterpark had its humble beginnings back in 2003. It was then that Quassy introduced Saturation Station, an interactive family water play area with dozens of ways to get wet including cascading fountains, water cannons, two slides and a huge tipping bucket center stage. The attraction was the first WaterColors modular water play area to be built by SCS Interactive of Colorado. In fact, there is a plaque mounted on the tower of the dumping bucket honoring that accomplishment. Following a major addition in 2006 - the Tunnel Twister waterslides - Splash Away Bay came about in 2015 with a huge expansion project, so Quassy officially branded the waterpark as such. Today, the waterpark features 15 slides, a splash pad for the little guys, and - yes - Saturation Station. Check out the neat video on Splash Away Bay by clicking here.
How Splash Away Bay Got Its Start
Posted on March 26, 2021