Wacky Waters

21 June 1997 By Robert Matthews. WE ALL drink it, and most of us bathe in it and let it drain away without a second thought. Wacky Waters contains several bonuses, the first of which is the Puffin’ Up Feature. This focuses on the crazy looking blowfish and activates when it lands on the centre tile on the centre reel. Albert – as the blowfish is known – puffs himself up to the point of no return and as he deflates again he flies all over the gameboard, leaving.

Coordinates: 41°36′14″N90°37′48″W / 41.604°N 90.630°WWacky Waters Adventure Park was a water park located in Davenport, Iowa that was in operation from 1984 to 2006. In February 2007, it was announced that Wacky Waters has closed and the property has been sold to the Eastern Iowa Community College District, which will operate The Midwest Center For Safety And Rescue Training on the property, a training facility for fire departments.[1]

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In 1986, a couple received national attention by having their marriage ceremony atop the park's 'Daredevil' water slide. After exchanging vows, they kissed each other while sliding down the large slide.[2]

Former Attractions[edit]

Before the park closed, it featured numerous attractions including:

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  • Kids' Pirate Ship
  • L'il Squirt Children's Slide
  • Extreme Slide called the Bonsai
  • Two Body Slides, Daredevil & Thunderbolt
  • The Wave Pool
  • Pond with Diving Boards and Zip Lines
  • Go Carts
  • Miniature Golf

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References[edit]

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  1. ^Lemmon, Dustin (February 6, 2007). 'Former Wacky Waters becomes fire training center'. Quad-City Times.
  2. ^'Iowa Couple Plan to Take Plunge Atop the 'Daredivil' Water Slide'. San Jose Mercury News. August 8, 1986.

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