The park first opened in 1979 under the ownership of Taft Broadcasting as "Douglas Gardens". In 1993 Paramount Pictures bought the park and the park was renamed "Paramount's Douglas Gardens". In 2007 Cedar Fair bought the park as part of the deal with Paramount and the park was renamed again to "Douglas Gardens & Splashwater Adventure".
An Arrow Dynamics suspended swing roller coaster.
A 110 foot tall wooden roller coasters that is basically a smaller version of The Beast roller coaster from Kings Island.
A PTC wooden family roller coaster. Formerly known as "Scooby-Doo and the Beastie" (1979-2006).
A Vekoma Boomerang roller coaster model. Formerly known as "Crocodile Dundee's Boomerang" (1995-2006).
An Arrow Dynamics "Corkscrew" roller coaster model.
Son of Beast
An RMC wood/steel hybrid roller coaster with a similar layout to Son of Beast from Kings Island but with a double corkscrew inversion in addition to the loop.
A Zamperla kiddie coaster.
A Huss Condor ride.
A Mondail Splashover ride. Formerly known as "Tomb Raider: Firefall" (2004-2006).
A Huss Giant Frisbee ride.
A Huss Troika ride.
An observation deck replica of the Efil Tower in Paris.
A carousel themed to the Peanuts comics. Formerly known as "Hanna-Barberry Go-Round" (1979-2006).
A Wave Swinger ride.
A Zamperla Mini Enterprise ride with robots and helicopters.
Linus' Beetle Bugs
A Traver Kiddie Tumble Bug ride. Formerly known as "Boo-Boo's Lost Luggage" (1979-2006).
A Hampton Rides kiddie umbrella ride with various cars and motorcycles. Formerly known as "Wacky Racers" (1979-2006).
Sally's Swing Set
A kiddie Wave Swinger ride. Formerly known as "Top Cat's Swing Time" (1979-2006).
Splashwater Adventure is the name of Douglas Gardens' inclusive water park that opened in 1990.
Slides and attractions
A lazy river raft ride.
A pair of yellow slides that uses inner tubes for riders. Formerly known as "SpongeBob's Splashdown" (2004-2006) and "Double Trouble" (1990-2003).
A set of six body slides that is carved into a man-made mountain. From 1990-2003, the slides used mats for the riders to ride on, over time the mats got worn out and were removed in 2004. Now riders just slide down the slides with no mats or inner tubes.
A wave pool.
A Proslide Topsy Turvy slide.
A set of four water slides solely for children under 54" inches tall.
A water kids play area that themed around the Peanuts comics.