Richmond, Canada — Mt. Olympus, one of North America’s most popular resort waterparks, will expand with a legendary AquaPlay Giant RainFortressTM.
The Lost City of Atlantis will erupt with the first AquaPlayTM Eruption in the Wisconsin Dells, surging water 100 feet (30 m) high into the air! The Eruption will surge from a custom made, fully themed “volcano”, before cascading down over the multi-level interactive play structure below.
Overlooking it all, a 2D hand carved Poseidon, god of the sea and mythological “earth-shaker” sits with trident in hand. Detailed to look weathered and distressed by the sea, this realistic theming truly demonstrates the talent and craftsmanship of WhiteWater’s in-house theming team. Other elements that will bring the legend to life include an 8 foot (2 m), 317 gallon (1200 litres) tipping bucket, pyramid roofs and temple entryways, hand carved seahorses and more.
Mt. Olympus’ AquaPlay Giant RainFortressTM will also offer over a dozen waterslides including crowd-pleasers like the Champagne Bowl, BoomerangoTM, Family Raft Ride and Multi-Lane Mat Racer. No longer a myth, WhiteWater will help bring the Lost City of Atlantis into existence this Memorial Day long weekend.
For more information on WhiteWater, The Waterpark Company, and its innovative products, please visit www.whitewaterwest.com.
Established in 1980, WhiteWater is the global leader in waterpark design, engineering, manufacturing and installation, with more than 30 years of award-winning expertise, 4000 projects completed, 500+ employees and 16 offices worldwide. WhiteWater specializes in signature waterslides, AquaPlayTM multi-level interactive structures, wave-generating equipment, FlowRider® stationary surfing machines, Prime PlayTM active play attractions and Family Adventure Parks, and our newest innovation AquaCourse, the only interactive aquatic ropes course in the industry. Our markets include indoor and outdoor waterparks, hotels and resorts, amusement and theme parks, cruise ships, specialty markets and parks and recreational aquatic facilities.