In 1988, Kennywood Entertainment bought the land and began construction on the park. Our Sandcastle staff takes care of the details and planning to help you enjoy the perfect birthday party, stress-free!
The park can be easily accessed via Interstate 376, and one PAT Transit bus line, the 59 Mon Valley (which also runs past Sandcastle's sister park Kennywood) runs near the park, but does not run up to it.
08/12/2019 Experience vacation without leaving Pittsburgh! Witnesses told Channel 11 it was frightening for many families. I don't believe I'm still in the city." The scene is one of unusual beauty and tranquility – a resort type setting along a calm waterway, with a green wooded hillside providing the backdrop. Overall, Sandcastle remains a great waterpark. Looking for a fun summer job?
Sandcastle Water Park The only slide ever removed was where The Blue TubaLuba is today. It was a body slide; however, it had the same structure as a tube slide. Get ready for a crazy ride; Bombs Away is our newest slide for 2020! The park is located on a 67 acre piece of land along the banks of the Monongahela River. There is a problem with the data. For the waterpark in Blackpool, England, see, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Blog Discussion of Amphitheater addition to Waterfront area, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sandcastle_Waterpark&oldid=986661602, Buildings and structures in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Tourist attractions in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Articles lacking in-text citations from December 2010, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 2 November 2020, at 06:53.
In January 2007, the Chevrolet Amphitheatre, formerly known as the IC Light Amphitheatre, under plans by concert promoter Live Nation, was disassembled. summer fun for everyone at Sandcastle! This article is about the waterpark in Pittsburgh, USA. In July 1989, his vision became a reality and transformed an old railroad yard that serviced the US Steel Homestead Works mill into a water park that provides shared fun and memory making opportunities for families and friends. Before Sandcastle opened, Harry Henninger had the idea that the only thing that could make Pittsburgh better was to build a Water park. Before Sandcastle opened, Harry Henninger had the idea that the only thing that could make Pittsburgh better was to build a Water park. Early in its life, Sandcastle also offered a miniature golf course, a go-kart track and beach volleyball courts; they have since been replaced by the Mon Tsunami wave pool and Dragon's Den slide respectively, although the sand pit leftover from the courts is still next to the Dragon's Den attraction.