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Win Water World Passes and End Summer With a Splash!

Win Water World Passes and End Summer With a Splash!

It ain’t over ’til it’s over and if you’re like me, you’re enjoying every last moment of your summer break.

It has been a couple of years since we’ve visited Water World and with 48 colorful aquatic attractions, it never disappoints and we had the time of our lives on Monday! If you haven’t been for a while (of have never been) to this family water park that is consistently ranked as one of the best in the nation, here’s what you can expect:

This year, Water World introduced two new attractions:

Mile High Flyer – a customized 40-ft high hydro magnetic family water coaster.

Double Dare – where side-by-side racing flumes allow guests to duel it out for the “fastest” bragging rights.

For Water World’s 2013 season, they added new features and technology at Voyage to the Center of the Earth and Lost River of the Pharaohs; they have expanded their all-you-care-to-eat one price buffet; added more of their popular cabanas and and enhanced their tube valet service.

Water World hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., weather permitting. Open daily through Aug. 18 and then on weekends through Sept. 2, 2013. General admission tickets are $39.95 (plus tax), child 40″-47″ $34.95, kids under 40″ are free.

Contest

Mile High Mamas is giving away four passes to Water World to be used before the end of the 2013 season. Please go here to enter. Deadline is August 14, 2013.

Amber Johnson
Author: Amber Johnson

Amber is the founder and editor of Mile High Mamas, travel writer and former columnist for The Denver Post. She is a passionate community builder and loves the outdoors. She has two awesome teens and is happily married to a man obsessed with growing The Great Pumpkin.

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Amber is the founder and editor of Mile High Mamas, travel writer and former columnist for The Denver Post. She is a passionate community builder and loves the outdoors. She has two awesome teens and is happily married to a man obsessed with growing The Great Pumpkin.