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News from the Waterpark Industry

November 2, 2011 No Comments

The World Waterpark Association (WWA) Board of Directors recently announced that it selected SplashTacular, Inc. to receive the 2011 Industry Innovation Award for Suppliers for its 360Rush waterslide. The award recognizes supplies who have developed new concepts, products or services that benefit WWA members, their customers and the water attractions industry. In other news, SplashTacular’s […]

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One-of-a-Kind Fun: For Alburquerque, the Sole Indoor Waterpark Is a Solid Hit

One-of-a-Kind Fun: For Alburquerque, the Sole Indoor Waterpark Is a Solid Hit

November 2, 2011 No Comments

In the arid climate of New Mexico, in a city of mountains and desert, there is a place where people can surf waves moving at up to 30 mph – in the middle of winter. Opened in 2010, the Radisson Hotel & Waterpark in Albuquerque has literally brought thousands of gallons of aquatic fun to […]

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Tourist Attractions & Parks Hosts Lively, Well-Attended Educational Seminar…

Tourist Attractions & Parks Hosts Lively, Well-Attended Educational Seminar…

November 1, 2011 No Comments

…Covering Waterpark Food Service at the World Waterpark Association’s 31st Annual Symposium & Trade Show

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Making a Big Splash<br />Waterparks Strive to Thrill Guests with the Right Rides

Making a Big Splash
Waterparks Strive to Thrill Guests with the Right Rides

September 1, 2011 No Comments

The weather was record-breakingly hot last summer in parts of the country, and waterparks provided cool liquid thrills. And, as patrons sought bigger and better thrills, waterparks responded with innovation.  SplashTacular, for example, a La Quinta, Calif.,-based company that provides the industry with waterpark attractions, recently installed its first pulse pounding 360Rush ride.  The revolutionary […]

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From the Waterpark Front Lines: Water Quality Tips

September 1, 2011 No Comments

As General Manager of Roaring Springs Waterpark in Meridian, Idaho, Frank Morandi oversees three pools plus other attractions in the park.  His top tip for ensuring safe and clean water is to look at each pool differently. “Each pool has its own needs and maintenance requirements,” he said. “Here, the water comes from different wells, […]

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Maintaining an Ocean of Fun: <br />Best Water Quality Practices at Waterparks

Maintaining an Ocean of Fun:
Best Water Quality Practices at Waterparks

September 1, 2011 No Comments

Waterparks provide a fun haven during the sizzling days of summer, and while guests are frolicking in the cool water, managers and maintenance specialists are making sure the water and park remain clean and safe. At Roaring Springs Waterpark in Meridian, Idaho, General Manager Frank Morandi and his certified pool experts monitor the 10-acre park, […]

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Top Tips for Feeding Hungry Guests

September 1, 2011 No Comments

Maintain proper staffing levels. “That is probably the biggest problem that food service operators have,” said Al Zehnder, CEO of Zehnder’s Splash Village in Frankenmuth, Mich. “It’s important to maintain adequate staffing levels, and have a menu design that meets the time expectations of the guests.” Limit menu options. Diana Rodriguez of Calypso Bay Waterpark […]

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Fast Food Fever
Guests Still Want Classic Park Foods

September 1, 2011 No Comments

As concessions manager at Pirate’s Cove Family Fun Aquatic Center in Englewood, Colo., Leslie Boersma has endured some teasing for packing her lunch every day. “People have made fun of me for that,” said Boersma. “But it’s so hard to find something healthy to eat at an amusement park.” After a while, the powers that […]

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Launching Good Eats:
Introducing New Menu Items at Waterparks

August 1, 2011 No Comments

Spending the day swimming and splashing at a waterpark can really whet the appetite.  To keep hungry customers satisfied, waterpark concession stands offer an array of meals and drinks to stave off hunger and provide patrons with that extra boost of energy to enjoy the park all day long.   When arranging a menu, those […]

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From the Lines to the Rides: Innovations in Waterpark Technology

August 1, 2011 No Comments

Francis Phillips and his employees filter about two million gallons of water every six hours.  Believe it or not, this isn’t as difficult as it sounds. “The new chemical control systems have really cut down on our chemical costs and man hours,” said Phillips, general partner at Wild Water West waterpark in Sioux Falls, S.D. […]

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See Coast Manufacturing Co., Inc.

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Manufacturer of waterslides

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Richie's Italian Ice

Italian Ice Kiosks and Carts

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Experienced netting manufacturer on the leading edge of innovation.

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Poly Products

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Zebec Water Sports

Large variety of waterpark needs

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Aquaventronics

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Family Fun Corp.

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