Wings & Waves Waterpark
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Evergreen Wings & Waves Waterpark is an indoor, all-season educational waterpark that includes ten waterslides (ranging from slides for the little ones to slides for daredevils), a wave pool and a hands-on museum dedicated to teaching students about the power of water. Slide out of a real Boeing 747 aircraft sitting on the roof, and enjoy a day of educational fun!
Throughout the building, Waterpark visitors will learn about the power of water and its effects on society through dozens of interactive exhibits and learning tools. Both the Museum and the Waterpark aim to serve an important community education role and further distinguish McMinnville as a premier location for teaching students of all ages about the wonder of science.
Waterpark Scholarship available – download our PDF for more information.
The Museum and the Waterpark are closed on Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
The Evergreen Wings & Waves Waterpark is dedicated to inspiring and educating all of our guests. Our campus provides a range of accommodations for all.
Wings & Waves Waterpark meets all ADA guidelines. The wave pool area is wheelchair accessible. The leisure pool is accessible via a mechanical hoist. The spa is accessible via a transfer platform. Waterslide access requires guests to utilize stairs. Waterpark wheelchairs are for emergency use only. An elevator is located in the Waterpark for access to the Café and second floor. All bathrooms and locker rooms are wheelchair accessible. Please note the Waterpark is wet and may be slippery. Please use caution while in the Waterpark. Trained and certified lifeguards are staffed in the Waterpark at all times. U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jackets are available for guest use.
For further questions about these or any additional accommodation issues, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum staff at 503-434-4185.