History

Since 1980

WhiteWater has been the world leader in designing and manufacturing complete waterparks and attractions all over the world for over 35 years. With the acquisitions of 20+ years of adventure play expertise with Prime Interactives (formerly Prime Play) and 45+ years of water ride experience with Hopkins Rides, WhiteWater now offers a wide range of attractions to the amusement industry that allows families to play without getting (too) wet.

Historical WhiteWater Dates

Dec 15, 1980  – WhiteWater Waterslide park launched in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada

1982 – Acquired 50% of Pacific Autoplas fiberglass manufacturer

1983 – Sold Penticton waterpark to focus on waterslide design, engineering, manufacturing, and delivery

1985 – Merged with Brookside Engineering adding design/engineering services in house

1987 – Merged with Barr and Wray North America adding wave equipment to the portfolio

1989 – Acquired the remaining 50% of Pacific Autoplas and re-brands it WhiteWater Composites

1993 – Entered into a license agreement with SCS Interactive to manufacture Water Play Structures

1998 – Entered into a limited license agreement to manufacture FlowRiders for waterparks

1999 – Rebranded the SCS interactive structures under the AquaPlay by WhiteWater brand

2001 – Acquired Prime Play, a soft play company

2003 – Licensed Master Blaster uphill technology

2005 – Acquired SCS Interactive

2011 – Acquired Hopkins Rides, adding Shoot the Chutes and log flume rides

2012 – Acquired Murphy’s Waves

2014 – Acquired Wave Loch’s FlowRider line of products and IP

2014 & 2015 – WhiteWater wins Canada’s Best Managed Company award

 

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