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    Planned Water Park in South Florida Will Help Residents Keep Cool


    Florida’s a great place to live, but we know just how hot and balmy it can get during the summer, and actually throughout much of the year for that matter. Fortunately, you can find some great ways to keep cool. Some head to the beach, while others seek refuge in air-conditioned homes, bars, shops, and restaurants. Another great way to beat the heat is to visit a water park, and South Florida might just be getting a brand new park that residents and vacationers alike will love.

    ig Plans for the Park

    Schlitterbahn Waterparks is planning a park that will be two times the size of the already large Rapids Water Park in Riviera Beach. This new park is quite ambitious and has a large number of rides and rivers that connect with one another. What does this mean for visitors? It means that you will hardly ever have to leave the water during your visit. They have quite a few big ideas for the park too, and they want it to be a family friendly place that’s great for adults, as well as young children.  Some of the other things about the park that sound great include the fact that they do not plan to charge fees for the inner tubes or life jackets, they will offer free parking, and you can use the picnic tables. They even let you bring in your own cooler and lunch to the park. Many other theme parks have very strict rules about what you can and cannot bring into the park with you when it comes to food.  However, the park is still a ways off. They feel that the earliest it will probably open is sometime in 2017.

    What Will the Park Offer?

    Water is the name of the game at the park, but they do plan to offer more than just water rides. Curious? READ MORE at the Sunny Isles Miami Real Estate Blog.

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