PRLog - June 2, 2010 - This water park which first opened in 1989 is still attracting a lot of visitors with its centerpiece, the 100 foot Mount Mayday where the parks 2 speed slides, 4 twisting body slides and three tube slides are all located.
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You won't have a hard time finding it because you will notice Ms. Tilly, a shrimp boat situated on top of the mountain.
Beneath the 100 foot man made mountain, the theme park spreads out to a 2 + acre lagoon that is surrounded by white beaches. If the weather gets to you, there is plenty of shade around thanks to the lush vegetation.
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“...Some of the other attractions at the theme park are Ketchakiddie Creek, Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool, Castaway Creek, Humunga Kowabunga, Storm Slides, Gang Plank Falls, Mayday Falls, Keelhaul Falls and Shark Reef...”
In case you need anything, you can head down to Singapore Sal's Beachwear, Gifts & Sundries. If you have to store some stuff, you can rent a locker for $5 or $7 for a larger one. There is a refundable fee of $2 when you turn in the key.
Guests can borrow towels for $1 each. For those that need a life vest, you can get these for free since you are not allowed to bring other floatation devices into the park.
When you feel hungry, you can get some snacks at Leaning Palms, Typhoon Tilly's, Lowtide Lou's Snacks and Lets Go Slurpin.
If you need some medical attention, you can go to the First Aid Station that is located near the Leaning Palms Snack Bar.
There are certain regulations that should be follow when inside the park.
1. Swimwear that has exposed metal is not allowed to be worn inside the park.
2. Children under the age of 10 should always be accompanied by an adult.
3. Although the park is open from 10am to 5pm, this may change depending on the weather conditions.
4. If you have made reservations beforehand and the park is suddenly closed, you will not be given a refund.
5. Even if you buy a ticket to enter this water park, you cannot use this to enter any of Disney's other water parks.
“...The park is closed for one month every year for repairs and maintenance. Adults pay $35 plus tax while children the age of 10 to 4 will pay $29 plus tax. Anyone under three is free...” added A. Lillo.
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