Waterpark Design and Development

ADG Announces New Projects for 2022! October 20, 2021

It’s been a busy summer here at ADG, we’ve been making waves, honing our surf skills, and have hit the ground running on some exciting new projects for 2022. Here are some of our exciting project announcements in the US and across the globe!


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Aquatic Development Group (ADG) was excited to host over 25 surfers of all different ages and skill-levels to test out the power of their new stationary deep water EpicSurf wave that launched at the Surf Park Central Summit Virtual show on June 24th.

Invited guests included surfers of all ages from…Keep Reading

Steps to a Successful Waterpark Renovation February 5, 2021

With 2020 in the rearview mirror, we begin to set our sights on summer ’21 with a positive mindset for a successful season and future.  And with that, we begin once again to start making plans for “what’s next” at our parks. Before you dive in (pun intended) and purchase…Keep Reading

ADG Brings 1/2 a Dozen New FlowRiders to the Market November 19, 2020

Surf’s Up America!  ADG is ‘stoked’ about the six new FlowRiders® that have opened (or will soon be open) at popular waterparks, resorts and municipalities across the nation. This brings the total number of FlowRiders in the US to over 110 and over 200+ worldwide.  ADG has installed more FlowRiders…Keep Reading

How Soaky Mountain Opened Amidst Worldwide Pandemic November 5, 2020

The new Soaky Mountain Waterpark in Tennessee opened amid a pandemic with state-of-the-art attractions and “mountain modern” theming.

Straddling the Tennessee-North Carolina border, the Great Smoky Mountains are one of America’s great natural landmarks and tourist attractions. Opened at the end of June, Soaky Mountain Waterpark in Sevierville, Tennessee, mirrors the…Keep Reading

The Water’s Fine! What’s New in Waterparks September 30, 2020

As we examine new trends at waterparks, we also wonder how they’re weathering the storm and what the future may look like. And while it’s true that some parks were unable to open this season and others opened with limited capacity and new restrictions and protocols, we’re also happy to…Keep Reading

Impact of COVID 19 on Waterparks September 15, 2020

The pandemic has dealt a significant blow to waterparks, but it has also spurred new conversations and illustrated the love of the product.

In January, the waterparks space seemed ripe for another great year. Designers were getting plenty of projects. Indoor waterparks seemed to be particularly strong.“Everyone we talked to was…Keep Reading

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