Why You Should Visit a Waterpark This Summer

Why You Should Visit a Waterpark This Summer – by Eliut Morales

DSC_0135When school is in session, our daily routines usually consist of school, work, and coming home to relax. Sometimes our busy schedules keep us from being able to plan events with friends or family outings. Even when summertime comes around, planning to go out with your family may not always be easy. When you’re thinking about going out with your family, some thoughts that come to mind are if it’s affordable, nearby, and most of all, fun – and what better way to combine all of those than a waterpark!

Have you ever struggled to find a place to visit with your family due to the expensive admission fees? Fun does not have to come at a high price! Most local waterparks often offer discounts based on age, number of people, and time of the day you’re visiting. Sometimes the later you go, the cheaper it is to enjoy. You can also invite friends to tag along with you! Waterparks often offer group rates to make it even more accessible for your family and friends.

Going to waterparks is not only a great way to enjoy the outdoors, but they’re also a way for you and your children to put down electronics! Even though our phones and other electronics are a part of our daily lives, sometimes it’s refreshing to put them down and soak in the sun. When you’re at a waterpark, you can ignore those work calls and enjoy a stress-free day. By the end of the day, you may find that it’s not too bad letting go of the screen for a while.

Signal Bay Waterpark is a 27,000 square-feet aquatic facility within Signal Hill Park featuring a zero-depth entry leisure pool. It also features water cannons, slides, and a lazy river!

Signal Bay Waterpark will open its doors again on Memorial Day. However, you don’t have to wait until then to prepare! If you purchase a season pass for you and your family, you can get it for a discounted rate! To purchase your season pass, visit the Manassas Park Community Center. Our pre-sale ends on April 15, so act fast and don’t let the deadline catch you off guard!

The Manassas Park Community Center is located at 99 Adams Street in Manassas Park, VA. Managed by the City of Manassas Park Department of Parks and Recreation, the facility is home to basketball courts, a swimming pool, wellness areas, special events, and recreational classes. For more information visit us at www.ManassasParkCommunityCenter.com or call at 703-335-8872.