Next time you are in Arkansas during the summer and want to cool down a little bit then you will want to check out the Wild River Country. This water park will have you cooled off and having fun with the entire family all day long. Not to mention, if you live near Wild River Country you can get a season pass to enjoy the water fun all summer long. The water park is located at 6820 Crystal Hill Road in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
When you arrive at the park all you have to do is pay for your admission and you are ready to go. Some of the slides require tubes, but they are provided at no cost. If you choose to ride a tube in the wave pool then you can rent it for $5. There are lockers available at the park for rent so you can store your personal belongings and forget about them. You can’t smoke inside the park, but there are smoking areas outside the park where it is permitted.
If you choose to pack a lunch there are picnic areas outside of the park, but you won’t be able to take your cooler inside. Admission prices are $29.99 for adults, $19.99 for kids 12 and under, and $13.99 for spectators. F0r those who arrive late there is a Night Water admission price of $19.99, but only after 3pm and it applies to all ages. Kids 2 and under are free as are adults 60 and over.
The water park is open from the end of May through early September when the weather is scorching hot and everyone wants to cool off outside and have some fun. Be sure to pack some waterproof sunscreen and a towel or two so you won’t get burnt and can dry off from time to time.
You will have a wonderful time at Wild River Country and you will want to plan to arrive early or else plan to visit on a weekday to try and avoid the crowds. However, if you don’t mind waiting in line then any day is a great day to hit up Wild River Country.
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By Robert W. Benjamin
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Robert W. Benjamin has been in the software business since the 1970’s on the C64, AMIGA, and WINDOWS Computer Systems. He has won magazine awards for the ‘Game of the Month’, and more, in several European computer magazines.