Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park is the South’s favorite family amusement park. Since 1925, the family-owned and operated park has offered fun for all ages with over 40 rides, food concessions, games, paddle boats, and a shady picnic grove. Lake Winnie also features SOAKya Water Park: splashtacular fun for the entire family!
“We get comments all the time from people telling us how they visited the park as a child, brought their kids to the park when they were parents, and now bring their grandchildren,” states Talley Green of Lake Winnie. “Family fun is always our #1 goal, so it is truly an honor for us to be a part of family memories that last a lifetime.”
Lake Winnie’s guests can get an adrenaline rush on the OH-Zone, a 14-story freefall, on the world-famous Cannon Ball Roller Coaster, and on the Fire Ball. Lake Winnie also features classic attractions such as the antique wooden Carrousel, the Tilt-A-Whirl, Ferris Wheel, and Scrambler. Younger riders delight with the beginning coaster fun of the Wacky Worm, the magical Bumble Bees, and the Frog Hopper. Guests can soar above the lake on the Wave Swinger or enjoy a leisurely ride on the Tour Train and even splash down on everyone’s favorite ride, The Boat Chute.
SOAKya water park continues to bring new waves of fun to park guests. The Winnie 500 racing slides offer almost 300 feet of family excitement! From the Zoom Flume to the toddler splash park, there is fun for every age. The crazy river, body and tube slides, wave lagoon, obstacle course, and Water Works play area offer thrills from mild to wild. Covered and uncovered lounge seating, retail shops, concessions, and a changing facility with lockers allow families to enjoy a day-long stay at the park.
The amusement park is open from May through September and SOAKya is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. On Friday and Saturday nights in October, the park is open for the WinnepeSPOOKah Halloween event.
The park has group rates starting with 25 people and catered picnics for 50 to 5000 guests for company picnics, schools, organizations, churches, and family reunions.
The park features many special savings throughout the season. Visit lakewinnie.com to view the special offers and discounts as well as hours of operation and pricing. Parking is always free.
For the 4th of July weekend, watch a pyrotechnic extravaganza as fireworks soar above the park on July 2.
On Friday and Saturday nights in October, Lake Winnepesaukah makes a ghostly transformation to Lake WinnepeSPOOKah, offering hair-raising fun for boys and ghouls of all ages with haunted rides, screaming thrills, eerie edibles, the Thriller Parade and more.
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