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What You'll Get
Adding water results in less floury biscuits, larger foam dinosaurs, and slides that won't give a shirtless cousin friction-burn. Douse yourself in smooth-moving good times with today's side deal: for $12, you get a Saturday full-day pass for swimmers 42 inches and taller (a $24.95 value) to Splash Bay Indoor Water Park, which is a part of the Holiday Inn Resort in Maumee.
35,000 square-foot Splash Bay Indoor Water Park gives water worshippers of any age all the bounty of a weekend spent tubing, sliding, and splashing around in the tropics. Confident swimmers can tackle Splash Bay's network of three curvaceous water slides, including the Red Hydro Spin with its whirlpool-like currents that are well-suited for imagining what it's like to live in a blender. Younger splashers can frolic at the Fort Meigs Tree House, an interactive shallow area adorned with kiddie slides, water games, and a crossable path of floating lily pads. Leisurely loungers can evaporate the day away in a hot tub or spend time floating free in the lazy river, while true landlubbers can choose to dig in at the snack bar, keeping pool-side pompadours freshly primped. Splash Bay Indoor Water Park operates varying hours, so take a peek before inflating your floaties.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Subject to availability. Entry is first-come, first-served. Valid only on Saturdays and holiday weekends. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Splash Bay Indoor Water Park
The roar of rushing of water echoes through the towering walls of Splash Bay Indoor Water Park, where slides, rivers, and pools stretch across a 35,000-square-foot facility. Kiddie pools ripple with whippersnappers clambering upon play structures and tumbling off giant lily pads, and inner tubes careen down a lazy river. After snaking and weaving riders across the rafters, three lofty slides fire their passengers out into pools below, and adults can lounge under a warm waterfall pouring into the giant hot tub.
Red Cross–certified lifeguards survey the scene all the while, quick to blow whistles at horseplay or beluga whales that have snuck through the hot-tub jets. On the upper deck, a snack bar peddles snacks and drinks, and arcade games glimmer, hum, and dole out prizes. Dried off guests can take advantage of the park's onsite hotel, complete with family suites and a restaurant.