Cowabunga Bay waterpark

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Postby BeemerBoy » Fri Feb 20, 2009 11:38 am

montezooma wrote:If all goes well with this project we do plan to build other parks...

Shane, after this project succeeds (which I'm sure it will!) can I nominate Chattanooga for your next location? You can step right in and occupy the space where the last supposed water park was to be built - before that team failed due to financial reasons.
Seriously, this area is DYING for a water park to call it's own (nobody likes having to drive to Whitewater), and I LOVE your concept!! Although, unfortunately, we can't promise a next door In-N-Out. ::(
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Postby spaceace12 » Fri Feb 20, 2009 2:55 pm

montezooma wrote:6. If all goes well with this project we do plan to build other parks


This kind of park would do well, imho, in the town where I live. We have a public pool, but it is open from June to August. I have wanted to win the lottery to put one in here. The closest water park to Terre Haute is a small neighborhood one in Plainfield, IN (50 minutes away), then there is Holiday World, an indoor water park in Indy (requires Hotel stay). My park I dream about building has a wave pool, a couple slides, and a lazy river.

EDIT: Forgot, there is a community pool that is in the northern part of the town.

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Postby TheRapidsNerd » Fri Feb 20, 2009 5:21 pm

I second what Beemer said. That and the Aquarium would be so worth a day trip!

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Postby montezooma » Fri Feb 20, 2009 10:00 pm

Funny you guys should mention Tennessee...it has always peaked my interest and before we settled on Salt Lake being our test market I had seriously considered several sites in Nashville & Memphis. I think it is a GREAT market that is under served.
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Postby thrillerman1 » Fri Feb 20, 2009 10:11 pm

^ Shane that would be cool in Nashville. However, we do already have Nashville Shores and Wave Country located close to the former Opryland area. I do think it would be possible to successfully add a Cowabunga Bay here though if it was near the Cool Springs/Franklin area about 10 miles south of downtown Nashville. That's the disposable income side of town with lots of young families who would probably eat this up. Chattanooga would be sweet too. Bring it on!

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Postby Nrthwnd » Fri Feb 20, 2009 10:16 pm

OMG Shane!

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Congratulations and all the best to you and everybody involved with the project.

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Postby Kalepi_Konei » Sat Feb 21, 2009 12:07 am

You are going to make entry for inphants and toddlers (ages 3 and down) free correct? I don't even think they have the capability to remember it anyways.

And you should add a "Bubble Up" like the one at W&W in Orlando.

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Postby brilinjo » Sat Feb 21, 2009 1:36 am

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Postby montezooma » Sat Feb 21, 2009 6:30 am

Kalepi_Konei wrote:You are going to make entry for inphants and toddlers (ages 3 and down) free correct? I don't even think they have the capability to remember it anyways.

And you should add a "Bubble Up" like the one at W&W in Orlando.


Yes toddlers 3 and under will be admitted free and seniors over 65 will have their own price too.
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Postby ginzo » Sat Feb 21, 2009 7:35 am

montezooma wrote:Yes toddlers 3 and under will be admitted free and seniors over 65 will have their own price too.


Will Jeff Johnson get the senior rate, or is there a special deal for being over 5,000?
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