Funtown Splashtown in Saco, Maine

Going to Funtown Splashtown in the summer growing up in Maine was the most special treat. I remember the first time I went to the amusement park was in 5th grade on a school field trip. Fifteen years later and I remember it clearly because I became completely and utterly obsessed.  My poor mother had to listen to me talk about wanting to go back literally every day for at least a month.

I have never thought of Funtown Splashtown as a winter destination but last year, the park shared these photos of the amusement park covered in snow and it makes me want to go snow tube down a water slide.

And now that I have this thought, doesn’t it just make sense? I feel like we could all band together and convince the park to at least open up for some snow tubing action in the colder months. It would be a unique experience and a blast for us and a money-maker for them. Just a thought!

While the beloved amusement destination does close during the winter, they keep the fun alive through eerie yet beautiful photographs of the park draped in untouched snow. One of the few things I do love about winter is when the sun sets, it gets quiet outside, the moon lights up the snow, and it just looks, feels, and smells magical. Do you know the feeling?

These photos are extremely inviting and now when it snows, I’m just going to want to run around the deserted park.

Check them out, I think you’ll agree.

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