Cowabunga Canyon Water Park In Summerlin is ready to make a splash for the 2023 Summer Season!
Cowabunga Canyon Water Park, formerly known as Wet N Wild, located in Summerlin off South Fort Apache Drive, is excited to announce that it will be opening its doors for the summer season starting this weekend, April 22, 2023, from 11:00am-5:00pm.
This marks the first weekend that Cowabunga Canyon Water Park will be open, and visitors can expect a thrilling day of water fun and adventure for people of all ages. The park features a variety of exciting water attractions, including multiple water slides, a lazy river, wave pool, kiddie pool, and more. Visitors can also enjoy a range of amenities, such as locker rooms, showers, and changing areas, ensuring a comfortable and convenient experience.
Season passes are available now for only $99, which gives visitors unlimited access to Cowabunga Bay in Henderson and Cowabunga Canyon in Summerlin all summer long! Passholders can make the most of their summer by visiting both parks and enjoying all the exciting attractions they have to offer.
Cowabunga Bay in Henderson is also NOW OPEN and ready for visitors to enjoy its fantastic attractions. However, this weekend, all eyes are on Cowabunga Canyon’s opening, and the park is gearing up to welcome visitors for a weekend filled with fun and excitement.
“We are thrilled to welcome visitors to Cowabunga Canyon Water Park,” said the park’s owner, Shane Huish. “Our park is a fantastic summer destination that is perfect for families and friends to cool off and have a great time. We’ve added some exciting new features to enhance visitors’ experience, and returning guests will be delighted to see familiar favorites alongside new surprises. We can’t wait to see you at the park!”
Cowabunga Canyon Water Park will be open every weekend from 11:00am- 5:00pm, starting April 22, 2023. Admission tickets can be purchased online or at the park entrance.
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