Cowabunga Bay Water Park is gearing up for its second season of family fun, with two new two new raft rides when the park opens, Saturday, March 28, 2015 (Pictured: Wild Surf).
Joining Cowabunga Bay’s existing noteworthy attractions will be the Wild Surf and Beach Blanket Banzai:
- Wild Surf, is a four-person raft ride that drops guests from a dizzying height of 60’ through an enclosed flume before entering the swell of a mammoth man made wave. Riders will catch some major hang time along the high banked walls of the wave before splashing down into the landing pool.
- The second new raft ride, Beach Blanket Banzai, will provide guests with Nevada’s longest adrenaline rush as they splash over 600 feet of twists and turns, wild s-curves and an overall 60 foot elevation change. The two rides will share a new tube conveyor lift to transport the large rafts to the top of both attractions. Both rides are designed by Polin Waterparks, an innovative leader in the manufacturing of award-winning water park thrill rides.
Guests who want to be among the first to experience these exciting rides at the park can purchase 2015 Season Passes now with a new payment plan option consisting of three easy payments of $29.99. Season passes can be purchased on the website at www.cowabungabay.com. While daily admission will be available for purchase throughout the park’s operating season, Season Passes are limited and quantities are setup on a first come, first service basis.
Cowabunga Bay features 23-action packed acres with over 25 family and water attractions, including the largest lazy river in Nevada, nine water slides, four surf and swim pools, and an interactive kids play area with 10 pint-sized slides and tipping buckets.
“We are very excited to deliver a whole new dimension of thrills rides to enhance the overall entertainment value and experience for all our guests,” said Shane Huish, general manager of Cowabunga Bay Water Park.
Cowabunga Bay will be open over 130 days this season beginning daily for Clark County Spring Break, March 28 through April 5 followed by weekends from April 11 to May 17 and then begins daily operations from Memorial Day thru Labor Day. The water park will resume its weekend schedule through the end of September.
The park offers added incentives for soaking up the sun, such as free tubes, heated pools in Spring and Fall (children’s pools is always heated), an abundance of shade and seating, and cabana rentals (with alcohol available to guests age 21 and older) to ensure an enjoyable and relaxed guest experience.