If one is planning on spending some time this summer in Colorado, Water World should be on the list of things to do. Located fifteen miles north of downtown Denver, Water World is sure to please. Water World has a long history of cooling off thrill seeker. It has been in operation for twenty-six years. Sprawled out over sixty-four acres, Water World has rides for both the young and old alike. Not sure if Water World is all it’s cracked up to be? Ask the Travel Channel. Water World has been featured on the Travel Channel’s list of best water parks in America.
Water World is open to the public the last weekend in May through Labor Day, so there is lots of time to take advantage of everything Water World has to offer. If one is looking for a location to hold that special group event, consider having it at Water World. Water World will cater events with as little as fifteen people. The park even offers special group rates. With advanced reservations, groups can save more than thirty percent off the regular admission price, which is $29.95. Season Splash passes can also be purchased for the price of $89.95 after June twenty-third.
Is that special someone in your family turning a year older this summer? Help him show his friends a good time by celebrating his birthday at Water World. Kids’ birthday parties include the use of the attractions, a choice of burgers, hot dogs, or pizza, ice cream, cake, and two reserved picnic tables.
The attractions at Water World are sure to have the whole family wanting to come back for more. Families can ride the Voyage to the Center of the Earth. This animated dark ride transports people back in time to the land of the dinosaurs. Rated one of the top five amusement rides in America by USA Today, it may just be the best five minutes spent all day. If the family enjoyed traveling back to the Jurassic era, they might find Ancient Egypt just as exciting. On the Lost River of the Pharaohs, families will plunge down a steep river into a pyramid, sail past cobras, grave robbers, and a living mummy before they are emptied into a pit of molten lava. History has never been so exciting!
For those who enjoy a more relaxing environment, try Thunder Bay. Here one can lounge around by the wave pool and soak up the sun. There is even something for the littlest family members. Wally World, inside of Water World, offers tot sized water slides, geysers, waterfalls and tire swings all in shallow water. Remember though, Wally World is just for the little ones. Adults are not permitted unless accompanied by a child.
The hot days of summer are inevitable. Why suffer through the heat when cooling off can be so much fun? Spend a day or two at Water World. Relax, have fun, enjoy the summer while beating the heat. Your family will thank you for it.