White Water Bay is a water park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma built in 1981. Originally built by the Herschend Family Entertainment Corporation, it was sold to Frontier City in the mid 1980s, which was later picked up by Six Flags. Both attractions were sold again in a seven park package by Six Flags On January 11, 2007 for $312 million dollars. White Water Bay is now currently owned by CNL Lifestyle Properties. CNL leased White Water Bay to PARC Management.
The Acapulco Cliff Dive, Hold on to your heart as you race down this monster, high-speed "free-fall" slide.
The Bermuda Triangle, Take your pick or ride all three of these wet and wild adventure slides.
Cannonball Falls, You'll shoot into the water after an eight-foot drop on either of these two thrilling slides!
The Big Kahuna, This family tube ride takes up to four passengers down a flume slide and into a four-foot pool for a splash landing.
Swashbuckler Flumes Tube, Race down this awesome, one-passenger flume slide.
Castaway Creek, Even the less adventurous can have fun with a leisurely float down the easy-going Castaway Creek.
Shipwreck Island, An activity pool with wobbly Lily Pads, jumping rocks, and two awesome body slides: Calypso Cannonball and Blackbeard's Revenge.
Keelhaul Falls, Shallow water tube ride that floats passengers from one pool to the next via short drops and slides.
Pirates's Plunge, Tube flume slide that takes riders through a dark tunnel and out into the west end of Shipwreck Island.
The Wave Pool, Hang ten dude! You'll see some serious surfin' action on these wicked waves!
Kids' Kove, It's kid-sized fun! Kids and parents will love this kove of creatures -- there's an octopus to play on, a submarine to climb through, high rising fountains and fun character slides.
The Twister and The Sidewinder, now known collectively as Swashbuckler Flumes.
Pirate's Cove, currently known as Shipwreck Island.
The Rapids, now known as Keelhaul Falls.
Little Squirts Island, now known as Kids' Kove.