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· Reviewed March 18, 2018
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· Reviewed November 10, 2017
What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for a single-day Oktoberfest package for one (up to $35.50 total value)
- $45 for a single-day Oktoberfest package for two (up to $71 total value)
- $85 for a single-day Oktoberfest package for four (up to $142 total value)
Each person receives the following:
- Unlimited ride pass ($18 value each)
- German dinner platter ($12 value each)
- Imported beer or large soda (up to $5.50 value each)
Packages are redeemable on September 27 or 28, 2014. On both days, live music and dancing starts at 12:30 p.m. The pavilion opens at noon and serves dinner and beverages until 6 p.m. Dinner options include bratwurst, knackwurst, sauerkraut, potato pancakes, and roast pork. Patrons can access unlimited rides, including the award-winning Wooden Warrior roller coaster, from noon until 6 p.m.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 28, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 09/27/2014. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 21 or older with valid ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Quassy Amusement Park
Don't be fooled. Though it looks like a relatively small coaster, the Wooden Warrior at Quassy Amusement Park packs some serious thrills. A turnaround through a pitch-black tunnel and ample amounts of "air time" have made this coaster a favorite for many; in fact, The Coaster Critic put it on the list of the top 25 wooden coasters in 2012. Along with Frantic, a new 360-degree spinning ride for the 2015 season, more than 20 thrilling attractions are sprinkled across the park grounds.
Once home to a summer resort, Quassy Amusement Park first began with a picnic area, paddleboats and a carousel. But Quassy really took shape around 1952, when the owners purchased some children's rides. A couple of the rides are still around today, including a boat ride that skims the surface of a circular trough filled with water, and two-seat jet fighters that send flyers up in an aircraft worthy of Flash Gordon. Of course, new kids' attractions have arrived over the decades, including the Frog Hopper, a seating platform that soars up a 16-foot tower and then descends with a series of quick, gentle drops.
Other areas cater to the whole family. The Grand Carousel spins with jumping horses and other animals that have the patience to sit perfectly still.
The largest attraction at Quassy Amusement & Waterpark is Lake Quassapaug, and the park makes great use of its waterfront location. In addition to lounging on the beach, visitors can take a boat tour or charter their own voyages on paddle boats.
Inside tip: When not on rides, park visitors should play a game of Whac-A-Mole or order some ribs at Quassy Restaurant.
Take a virtual ride on the park's star attraction, the Wooden Warrior.