Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park is set to open on May 8.
On Monday Fundays, May 31 through Sept. 6, a parent (21 or older) gets in free with two children (ages 16 and younger) paying full price. On Food For Fun Thursdays, May 13 through Aug. 5, bring a can of food for the Chattanooga Area Food Bank (one can per person) and receive $5 an unlimited ride pass. Celebrate Dr. Pepper Fridays, May 21 through Aug. 6, by bringing a can of Dr. Pepper or Coca-Cola product - buy one unlimited ride at full price and get a second unlimited ride at half price. McDonald’s Sunday Family Days, May 9 through Sept. 26, receive $5 off an unlimited ride pass with a register receipt from McDonald’s. One receipt is needed per person and $1 is donated to the Ronald McDonald House of Chattanooga for each receipt received.
Get an adrenaline rush on the OH-Zone!, a 14-story freefall guaranteed to take riders for an exciting descent in just seconds.
Home to the world-famous Cannon Ball roller coaster and the spectacular inversions of the Fire Ball, the park also hosts family rides and attractions for every age. Younger riders will giggle with delight on the Bumble Bees and the gentle Parachutes. Families can soar on the wind aboard the Wave Swinger or enjoy a leisurely countryside tour with the Antique Cars, or even splashdown into the waters of Lake Winnie on the park’s classic Boat Chute ride.
Lake Winnepesaukah’s food concessions are filled with delectable treats and refreshing drinks. Besides the traditional offerings of hot dogs and hamburgers, the food concession areas also offer a selection of salads & wraps for the health-conscious as well as sweet treats such as funnel cakes, cotton candy, and candy apples, all at affordable prices. The park’s catering department serves delicious meals to larger groups such as businesses, schools, churches, and family reunions.
Lake Winnepesaukah will open for the 2021 season on May 8 with a $29 + tax unlimited ride pass ($20 + tax for children ages 1 & 2 and seniors 60 & older). From Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, guests will enjoy two great parks – the amusement park and SoakYa waterpark, for one low price of $36.95 + tax ($25.95 + tax for children ages 1 & 2 and seniors 60 & older). Once SoakYa closes in early fall, an unlimited ride pass will again be $29 + tax. Parking is always free at Lake Winnepesaukah. Lake Winnepesaukah was named one of America’s top 10 favorite family amusement parks by Travel and Leisure magazine and was featured in the documentary “America’s Great Family Amusement Parks.”