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Wild Island Opens For The Season


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Wild Island Family Adventure Park is set to begin another summer of fun this weekend. The park will be open all Memorial Day weekend, from 11-5 Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Water park hours and open dates will vary until June 11, when it will be open most days from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., weather permitting (full calendar is available at wildisland.com). Season passes are currently available, for purchase for the extended sale price of $106.99. After May 31, the season pass price will rise. Be sure to purchase your passes early!

Wild Island is the only water park in Northern Nevada and has 13 water attractions, with more in the works. Come and slip and slide down the Tortuga, Red Viper, the Scorpion, Black Widow, Dragons Tail, and the Eye of the Dragon. Race your friends down the Zulu 4-Lane Mat Racer or the Fire and Ice tube slides. Come and enjoy a lap around the Bahama Mama River or ride the waves in the Montego Bay Wave Pool. Relax by the Hurricane Cove or the Little Lagoon Kiddie Pool.

After some fun in the sun, head over to the Coconut Bowl and enjoy many more great attractions. Enjoy an evening of Pirate Cove Black Light Indoor Mini Golf, Outdoor Mini Golf, Outdoor Race Tracks with Indy Go Karts and a Speed Track, Laser Mazes, and the newest addition, the XD Adventure Theater.

You can also enjoy your time with 40 lanes of bowling, playing in the arcade or in the popular High Ballocity. These attractions are open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily and prices vary by attraction. Purchase a Coconut Bowl Summer Attraction Pass and enjoy unlimited use of Outdoor Mini Golf, Go Karts, Pirate Cove black light mini golf, High Ballocity, Laser Mazes, Billiards, and Bowling–for only $69.99.

For full price structure, live conditions, and daily hours, please visit www.wildisland.com.

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