Bay Beach Amusement Park Plans for 2015 and 2016

Bay Beach Amusement Park continues to grow following the success of the Zippin Pippin.

The Green Bay, Wis., amusement park announced today plans for three new rides and an expanded train that will run under Zippin Pippin’s structure:


Coming in 2015 and 2016! This year we will expand the train, which will pass underneath the Zippin Pippin. In addition, we will be adding three new rides to be installed in 2015 and 2016! They are the Tot Jumping Spring Ride, The Rockin’ Tug, and The Falling Star!

The Tot Jumping Spring Ride (right) will lift riders up and down a 40-foot-tall tower. The Rockin’ Tug (top left) will spin and rock riders as they coast up and down a curved track.

The larger Falling Star (bottom left) will lift riders into the sky in a large rotating gondola.


Green Bay has invested heavily in the park in recent years. The replica of the historic Zippin Pippin roller coaster opened in 2011, followed by the Sea Dragon swinging ship in 2013.

Be sure to read about our trip to Bay Beach last summer.

Have you visited Bay Beach Amusement Park? Share your thoughts about the park in the comments section below.

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2 Responses

  1. CoDAce says:

    This is good, now maybe, just maybe they can put some pressure on the dump of a park in the Wisconsin Dells, Zippin Pippin is my number one wooden coaster with Cyclops (pre 2014) a close second, and as it’s only 4 tickets (which equates to $1.00 there) for the star ride, those will be cheap as well.
    But I could see a second coaster fit the park well, I don’t mean a giant one, but maybe something like a Zamperla spinning mouse, something to accompany Zippin Pippin. It doesn’t have to be big, just something else, and the could use a water ride of some kind, maybe a log flume like at Beech Bend in Kentucky, something small or like Flash Flood at Noah’s Ark, a small shoot-the-chutes.
    Not that it would matter much as I rode Pippin six times during my day trip there.

  2. Casey says:

    I live in Green Bay. Thanks for covering our quaint little park on your site. Everyone here adored Bay Beach as a kid and since the opening of the Zippin Pippin, I have fallen in love with this park again.