In Baytown, Texas Pirate’s Bay Waterpark puts kids at the helm, giving them the ability to imagine sailing over the high seas. Thanks to custom theming by WhiteWater, Pirate’s Bay boats two AquaPlay™ structures elaborately detailing pirate ship designs, larger-than-life parrots, palm trees, tattered sails, look outs, rope ladders, cannons, and even a tipping bucket with a pirate’s head.
If the AquaPlay structures aren’t exciting enough to have guests taking part in the narrative, visitors can try their luck walking the plank and soaring down the park’s AquaLoop, a water slide that drops riders down a near vertical slide and into an inclined loop.
AquaDrop decent per second
expansions still to come
"At the water park’s grand opening in June 2010 and in May 2014, I talked about how Pirates Bay was an opportunity for the city to help change the image of Baytown and that of hundreds of people that had never been to Baytown, Texas would come visit. I was wrong, it was not hundreds of people, it’s been thousands."