OSHKOSH, Wis. (WFRV) – If you are looking to make a splash this summer, the Pollock Community Water Park has plenty to explore.
The public pool is visited by 45,000 people each year.
It is named after William Pollock – one of the early leaders of Oshkosh B’Gosh.
The water park features several slides, a lazy river and splash area.
To find out more click here.
Updated: Wednesday, August 6 2014, 03:40 PM CDT
It’s full speed ahead for a Pflugerville attraction that many are hoping will help drive future economic growth.
On Tuesday, Hawaiian Falls opened its second major section — a dry land version of its water park.
The complex has had several set-backs due to weather. As you remember, the water park opened a few weeks late.
Hawaiian Falls CEO Dave Bush says while they didn’t sell as many season passes as they expected, they exceeded their daily pass sales.
“Now that we’re open, it’s kind of a show me situation, now that
BLOOMINGDALE – Kids can enjoy their last splash of summer before it ends by visiting the Oasis Water Park this Thursday at 170 S. Circle Ave. in Bloomingdale.
From 8:30 to 10 p.m., children ages 11 to 17 can dive into Cuda Cove from the 1- or 3-meter diving board, glide down the Pineapple Plunge drop slide, and enjoy geysers, spilling buckets, sprayers and water slides at Mango Bay’s zero-depth entry pool.
Those with an Oasis pool pass can enter with a $1 fee, and guests without a
The Sunday best you wear to church could soon be replaced with swim trunks or even knee pads.
BROOK PARK, Ohio – It’s that time of the year again. The annual Dog Walk and Swim will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 23 at the Alice M. Hassing Water Park at the Community Center, 17400 Holland Road. You and your well-behaved dog will enjoy the event, where donations will be accepted for the animal shelter. Right now the shelter needs food, blankets and toys for both cats and dogs and newspaper for bedding. The walk begins at noon and the event is free to attend. There’s more information on the cityofbrookpark.com
Rob Atherton, city attorney
“Most people want economic development, but companies these days are going to require incentives to be willing to come. At the same time, a lot of businesses would not be successful but for those incentives. Yet, if those businesses fail, there’s very little tolerance for failure. People say, ‘Give us economic development,’ but they want no risk. I’m sorry, but they go hand in hand.”
Posted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Yes there are a number of options available, you can set your browser either to reject all cookies, to allow only “trusted” sites to set them, or to only accept them from the site you are currently on.
However, please note – if you block/delete all cookies, some features of our websites, such as remembering your login details, or the site branding for your local newspaper may not function as a result.
Make text smaller
Make text larger
There has been much debate both pro and con over the proposal by developer Andy Mulvihill to build a new indoor water park in Vernon’s Town Center. I would like to make a few points regarding the pros and cons of this proposal.
Most of the negative commentary I have heard revolves around the proposed property tax
Phone: 856-451-1000, ext. 556
U.S. Army: RA13815980
The column that says Cumberland and Salem counties have only one problem — hopelessness concentrated in too many areas, which means we have to undo these areas to get rid of drugs and crime fueled by hopelessness, where people have nothing to lose.
Midget Football practice is starting so we don’t need a lot of humidity.
Just enough to keep the splash park filled.
When is the giant water slide coming?
What is wrong with building a water park on the Sunset Lake