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Birch Bay Waterslides won’t open this summer 

After 2023 injury closes park, reopening criteria includes repairs, inspections, better record-keeping

A gap is visible in the wall of the slide beneath the Birch Bay Waterslides sign that reads out : Birch Bay Waterslides, Where The Fun Always Shines!
The Birch Bay Waterslides will not reopen this summer, as management works to meet a set of stringent conditions laid out in a compliance agreement from Whatcom County Health and Community Services.  (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Tellman Local News Reporter
Birch Bay Waterslides, which lost its operating permit last summer after a man was seriously injured
Cascadia Daily News
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