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We will meet in front of the ticket booth at 2:00.
Who: All Pack 270 & Pack 470 Cubs, Leaders, Families & Guests
Uniform of the day: Cub Activity Uniform, known unofficially as the “Class B.”
As of May 19, 2021, per State of Connecticut Guidelines, masks are no longer required outside on the rides in the amusement park and water park. That said, any participant is welcome to wear a mask at their own comfort level. Masks ARE required for all un-vaccinated individuals inside any park building (bathrooms, snack shack, etc.)
If the weather is in question, we will let everyone know by 10 am on that Sunday if we are still going to hold the event or not. As this is the last opportunity for some scouts to attend a July event, we are going to err on the side of holding the event barring a weather catastrophe or park closure. For more information visit the Quassy website at quassy.com, or contact Roy Krueger at (203) 648-2322 with any questions.
Over 45 inches Wristband — $33.99 / each
All-day ride & Splash Away Bay waterpark pass for one person 45 inches and taller.
Under 45 inches or Senior/Military Wristband — $29.99 / each
All-day ride & Splash Away Bay waterpark pass for one person under 45 inches, or 55+, or a member of the military.
Parking Pass — $9.40 / each
Parents do not have to purchase a wristband to enter the park and accompany their scout(s) to the rides. Individual ride tickets can be purchased if parents want to ride individual rides but not go on all the rides. All of the above passes can be purchased online before the event allowing easy access once you arrive. The parking pass especially speeds up arrival.
Print voucher at home and present at the park the day of your visit.
Quassy Amusement Park, founded in 1908, is an amusement and waterpark in Middlebury, Connecticut, and is one of only 11 trolley parks still operating in the United States. It has 20 rides on its 20 acres. Quassy consists of a full-fledged amusement park plus a waterpark called Splash Away Bay. Swimming in Lake Quassapaug is available. In 1901, a writer pronounced Lake Quassapaug as “the handsomest bit of natural water on earth”. Today, beach clubs and houses surround the entire lake. The park is home to the award-winning Wooden Warrior roller coaster, which opened in 2011.