Xtreme Waterparks

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  • TV-G
  • 2012
  • 9 Seasons
  • 7.4  (62)

Xtreme Waterparks was a show that aired on Travel Channel starring three hosts, D. Reed Hutchison, Travis Heath, and Scott Taylor, in 2012. The show featured some of the most incredible and insane waterparks from all over the world. Each episode of the show took the viewers on a thrilling ride and showcased the best and most extreme water attractions from a variety of different parks. The hosts would provide a little bit of background information on each park, including its history and location, before launching into a series of eye-popping rides.

The focus of the show was on thrill and excitement, and the rides and water parks featured on the show did not disappoint in that regard. From towering slides to wild rapids, the show had something for everyone who loved the water.

One of the things that made Xtreme Waterparks so great was the production value. The show was shot in high-definition, which allowed viewers to get a really detailed look at the rides and attractions. The camera work was also top-notch, with plenty of close-ups and slow-motion shots that really captured the feeling of being on the ride.

The hosts of the show were also a big part of its appeal. D. Reed Hutchison, Travis Heath, and Scott Taylor were all charismatic and engaging, and they made the show fun to watch. They would often participate in the rides themselves, providing a first-hand account of what it was like to experience some of the world's most extreme water attractions.

Another thing that set Xtreme Waterparks apart from other shows was its global focus. The series featured waterparks from all over the world, including places like Brazil, Australia, and Dubai. This gave viewers a chance to see how different cultures and regions approached waterpark design and construction.

Overall, Xtreme Waterparks was an incredibly entertaining show that provided viewers with an inside look at some of the world's most extreme water attractions. The combination of great production value, engaging hosts, and thrilling rides made for a show that was fun to watch from start to finish. Whether you were a thrill-seeker or just a fan of waterparks, this was a show that was well worth tuning in for.

Xtreme Waterparks is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (64 episodes). The series first aired on July 8, 2012.

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Raging Rapids
5. Raging Rapids
August 27, 2017
Couples raft down one of the best whitewater sections in the Rocky Mountains, while childhood friends slide into the belly of the beast in Illinois; a couple of novices test out a 10-story trapdoor slide at a new park in North Carolina.
Double-Dog Dare
4. Double-Dog Dare
August 20, 2017
Model friends try not to scream down dueling 75-foot waterslides in Illinois, while childhood friends hit up the world's only retractable dome water park in Germany. And moms enjoy a day out on a water ride with six intertwined, 300-foot-long tubes.
Shark-Inflated Waters
3. Shark-Inflated Waters
August 13, 2017
Friends embrace the rage down the West Coast's only 100-foot-high mat racer while friendly adversaries race across an inflatable obstacle course in Myrtle Beach, SC. And brothers plummet down a six-story trapdoor slide in Sandusky, OH.
Appalachian Splashin'
2. Appalachian Splashin'
August 6, 2017
Friends hydroplane down the tallest waterslide in Tennessee, while riders nervously wait to free fall down a six-story trapdoor slide in Thailand; a pitch-black 75-degree drop.
Sweet Falls
1. Sweet Falls
July 30, 2017
Newbie rafting guides paddle down the Gauley River for the best whitewater rafting in the States. Then, basketball teammates brace themselves for the tallest and longest waterslides in Thailand while sisters plummet down a 245-foot slide in Missouri.
Where to Watch Xtreme Waterparks
Xtreme Waterparks is available for streaming on the Travel Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Xtreme Waterparks on demand at Discovery+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play, Apple TV and Tubi TV.
  • Premiere Date
    July 8, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    7.4  (62)