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What You'll Get
The long-anticipated reunion of Marco and Polo turned sour when the two realized that, astrologically speaking, they were tragically incompatible. Look beyond the horoscopes and enjoy watery fun with today's deal: for $10, you get one general-admission ticket to Splashway Waterpark in Sheridan (up to a $19.95 value). This Groupon applies to guests taller than 32 inches; guests shorter than 32 inches can purchase tickets at the park gate for $5.95, or online for $4.95. Cool off in style while visiting Splashway Waterpark's wide range of aquatic attractions. Equip the youngsters with some reliable flotation—the park supplies tubes and life vests of all sizes—and ship them into the shifting tides of the wave pool or take a twisting turn down the Tropical Storm, a slide with more curves than a chemistry course. All regions of the park are monitored by certified lifeguards, which means visitors can be twice as relaxed in the lazy waters of Mystery River. Recent additions to the park include a gravity-affirming triumvirate of 40-foot slides and the pirate-accent-inducing Kids of the Caribbean playground. To make your day comfortable, Splashway Waterpark allows guests to bring ice chests and picnic coolers into the park (no glass, alcoholic beverages, or machetes) and provides supplementary on-site snackery at the Flamingo Cafe. Likewise, changing facilities are open to all guests, as are video-surveilled lockers ($4 per day).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 6/13/11. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Splashway Waterpark
A variety of water slides can be found at Splashway Waterpark, a seasonal outdoor playground that boasts water-fueled attractions for toddlers, older kids, and adults. Sometimes the rides relax, as when visitors drift down the lazy river on waterproof water beds, but sometimes they raise pulses instead, as on the nearly straight drop of Pirate's Plunge, the new full zipline course, 30,000 square foot wave wave pool, and the Tubular Tornado and Ray's Racers.
From May to September visitors can enjoy the park's attractions, which were designed to entertain families with kids of any age. When energy wanes, two onsite cafés pile plates with all-American fare such as burgers, pizza, and nachos. The truly exhausted can lounge in the new lagoon pool or turn in for the night at the park's RV and tent camp, or the new cabins or cottages.