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Foley, Alabama





Park News - (2/3/21) According to the official website The Park at OWA will open for the 2021 season this Saturday, Feb. 6th at 12 noon. 


2022 - Nothing is known at this time...


icon_STOP???? - Phase 2 Expansion / Indoor Waterpark - (11/19/21) We haven’t heard any updates in awhile but a local news article confirmed that OWA is still planning to open an indoor waterpark sometime in the next year. Having an indoor waterpark would be a benefit to the rest of the OWA project, as a draw to bring in visitors to the site all year long as well as making it a special new attraction that will appeal to the local market.
    (6/24/20) For those wondering what the indoor waterpark at OWA will look like, you can find some great concept art of the project, along with a few previous construction photos posted here. According to the site the waterpark will be 65,000 sqft and feature a retractable roof, and a retractable wall that will open up the waterpark to an outdoor park section.
    (6/23/20) A reader sent in a couple of pictures showing off the massive framework for the indoor waterpark coming to OWA. I’m not sure of the timeline for the waterpark to be finished, but it is great to see the project moving forward.


    (4/4/19) The local news reports that Phase II construction will begin later this Summer at OWA which will include building a 100,000 sqft indoor waterpark structure that will keep the fun going all year long. Also part of the expansion will be a 200-room hotel and an RV Park. The RV Park is expected to be finished before the end of the year, while the hotel and indoor waterpark won't be ready until 2021.



Track Record

Foley, Alabama

Opened July 21, 2017

The name translates as “Big Water” from the Muskogee Creek Indian language.



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