Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas Open for One More Weekend; Closes Sept. 29 for 2013 Season
September 25, 2013 by VegasNews.com
This weekend will be the last chance of the year for people to enjoy the Rattler, Constrictor, Colorado Cooler Lazy River, Red Rock Bay Wave Pool and other fun slides and attractions at Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas. The water park will close to the general public for its inaugural season on Sunday, Sept. 29. Saturday and Sunday hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
“It’s been a wonderful first year, and we’re thrilled with the great response we have experienced from our local community and visitors to Las Vegas,” said Takuya Ohki, general manager for Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas. “It has been great to hear from our guests who have shared countless memories from this past season. We look forward to building and expanding upon those memories for an even bigger and better 2014.”
Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas is Nevada’s largest water park with more than 25 slides and attractions covering more than 20 acres, and a place for thrill seekers and families. For the more daring, the park features Rattler, the first slide of its kind in North America, and Constrictor, voted a Top 5 water slide by the Travel Channel’s Extreme Water Parks program. For families and those desiring a more relaxing experience, there’s Splash Island, the interactive children’s area with kid friendly slides and a giant dumping bucket; Colorado Cooler lazy river; and Red Rock Bay wave pool. With great amenities including shaded areas, private cabanas and misting, Wet ’n’ Wild is ideally located off I-215, at Sunset Road and Ft. Apache Road. The park is a partnership between Village Roadshow Theme Parks, the majority owner and overseer of day-to-day operations, and Las Vegas investors through SPB Partners, one of Nevada’s first private equity funds. For information, visit www.wetnwildlasvegas.com.
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