Jewel Runaway Bay Beach & Golf Resort Announces Late 2014 Opening of One of the Caribbean's Largest Water Parks
ST. ANN, Jamaica, June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – The island of Jamaica will soon have one of the Caribbean’s most diverse oceanfront water parks in the entire Caribbean at Jewel Runaway Bay Beach Golf Resort in Runaway Bay. Set to open in December 2014 at the award-winning family-friendly resort, The Jewel Runaway Bay Water Park adds yet another dimension to this expansive all-inclusive resort. The Jewel Resorts in Jamaica are managed by Aimbridge Hospitality, the nation’s second largest independent hotel management and investment firm.
Senior vice president Caribbean operations and development for Aimbridge Hospitality Rich Cortese
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SAN ANTONIO — Summer vacationers can look forward to a new Schlitterbahn in Corpus Christi, opening July 15.
The park will contain a 2-mile-long torrent river, two to three uphill water coasters, three kids’ areas, a Boogie Bahn, a heated pool with a swim up bar and Shoot the Chute, the company’s first hard-park ride in any park. Shoot the Chute is modeled after a log ride, where the car takes riders up a hill and down into a splash zone.
Lodging also is incorporated with the park, and around 35 rooms will open July 15. Eventually, the park will have more
WANT a water park in Toowoomba? Here is your chance to tell the people who could make that happen.
Toowoomba Regional Council wants public feedback on its aquatic facilities and wants ideas “limited only by your imagination”.
Council is collecting the information so it can develop an Aquatic Master Plan, which will determine how communities interact with water over the next 20 years.
Cr Ros Scotney said council had consulted with key stakeholder groups.
“Now we want to know what the community thinks,” she said.
WATERLOO | Lost Island Waterpark will serve as an official host location facility for the “World’s Largest Swimming Lesson” 2014 event June 20.
Tens of thousands of kids and adults at aquatic facilities around the world will unite for the fifth year in a row to set a new Guinness World Record. The event will take place here at 10 a.m. Central time.
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After a two-week delay, the Hawaiian Falls Water Park in Pflugerville opens Monday at noon.
On Sunday, Crews were busy testing the equipment and putting on the final touches.
“Definitely the water park is most important for summer. We’ve worked around the clock to get that open,” Susan Kruzinga with Hawaiian Falls said. “The adventure park and the event park side will open in July.”
Park officials say their grand opening will include some additional entertainment for kids, including dance, limbo and hula hoop contests.
Hawaiian Falls is located at the intersection of the Texas 130 Toll Service Road and East Pflugerville Parkway.
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(MENAFN – Khaleej Times) Just one hour?s drive away dreamland water park is the place to go for a budget getaway
some may call it charming other’s will think it is the definition of hell on earth. however you view umm al quwain’s premier attraction dreamland its nostalgic charm is inescapable. yes it’s essentially a water park complete with slides a rubber ring run and an overcrowded wave machine pool. and no it’s not as fancy as wild wadi or aquaventure but what dreamland lacks in finesse it makes up for with an innocent “naff-ness.”
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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) — Cowabunga Bay water park in Henderson will open July 4.
The opening date became known early Thursday morning, ahead of a scheduled 10:30 a.m. press conference. A representative for Cowabunga confirmed the information.
The 23-acre water park, which broke ground in December 2012, was originally scheduled to open May 24. However, that was pushed back because of construction delays.
The water park is located off Galleria Drive. It will feature more than 25 water slides and attractions, including a giant wave pool and the largest lazy river in Nevada.
The park will also feature food, cabana rentals,