Background[edit | edit source]
Wavy Willard's Water Park was a popular water theme park before the Great War. Located in northern Appalachia, it was nestled between a mountain range, trees, and a freshwater lake that was popular with the locals. The park offered birthday party events for local children and had very reasonable policies for its staff, such as not permitting them to be at the park more than an hour before and after work, in addition to providing housing for their employees at the next-door Willard Corporate Housing mobile park. The price of admission to the park was extremely high, with a single empty bottle of Nuka-Cola able to save one 80 dollars on the fee. The recent opening of Crocolossus Mountain was also promoted. In the weeks leading up to the Great War, a child was reported missing and Park Security subsequently did their best to assist in the investigation.
Layout[edit | edit source]
The park has a lot of junk and food/drink items that can be looted. There is an armor workbench inside the wave pool maintenance building in the southeast corner of the park. Miss Annie, who is the mission starter for Cold Case can be found wandering around the park.
Notable loot[edit | edit source]
- It's a dirty job - Note, located on a cabinet in the mechanical room of the wave pool.
- Letter to the media - Note, found in a mailbox during Cold Case.
- WWWP Slither Slide 10172077 daily - Holotape, found inside of a security office safe in an employees-only building during Cold Case.
- WWWP Log Ride entry 10172077 daily - Holotape, found inside of a cabinet on the eastern end of the underground maintenance area during Cold Case.
- Mary Tinley's recording - Holotape, to the south of the park, obtainable during Unsolved: Picnic Panic.
- Clarksburg p.o. box 12 - Key, in the same mailbox, during Cold Case.
- KidSecure ID - In the wooden crate at the top of the slide during Cold Case.
- Recipe: Delbert's delicious deerskins - Located just inside the main entrance inside the candy stand on a shelf behind a door (Picklock 2 required).
- Four potential Vault-Tec bobbleheads:
- In the changing room near the Wavy Waves swimming area, in the open locker under the "L" in the "Lockers" sign.
- Inside the mouth of Crocolossus Mountain, on a metal shelf.
- In the flooded underground maintenance area across from a fusion generator on top of a large toolbox.
- In the maintenance garage behind the deep end of the swimming pool, above the armor workbench.
- Two potential magazines:
- In the Crocolossus' mouth, on a table.
- In the flooded underground maintenance area, near a fusion generator and a steamer trunk, on a small metal table with foldable ends.
- Fusion core - In a fusion generator in the flooded maintenance areas.
Notes[edit | edit source]
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Wavy Willard's Water Park appears only in Fallout 76.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
|The following is based on unverified behind the scenes information and is speculative and may not be accurate.|
Wavy Willard's Water Park is likely based on the real-life public swimming pool, Clarksburg Splash Zone, as Clarksburg also exists in the game and is within walking distance to Wavy Willard's Water Park. Both locations have a river where guests can float on inflatables, a wave pool, and even two water slides.
|End of information based on unverified behind the scenes information.|
Gallery[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Wavy Willard's Water Park terminal entries; park security terminal, Arrivals
- Wavy Willard bot: "Don't forget to bring an empty Nuka Cola bottle to save eighty dollars on admission fee."
(Wavy Willard bot's dialogue)
- Wavy Willard bot: "Come see the all new Crocolossus Mountain, only at Wavy Willard's."
(Wavy Willard bot's dialogue)