Kalahari Resorts and Conventions Celebrates Fifth Annual National Waterpark Day
“Visiting a water park with your family and friends is the perfect way to celebrate summer,” said Todd Nelson, CEO and owner of Kalahari Resorts and Conventions. “We are thrilled to celebrate five years of National Water Parks Days and 22 years of creating lasting memories at our water parks and resorts.”
Guests visiting Kalahari resorts in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, Sandusky, OhioPocono Mountains, Pennsylvaniaand Round Rock, Texas on friday july 28can expect a day full of fun activities and celebrations, including on-site DJs spinning new classic summer tunes, National Water Park Day-themed cocktails, exciting giveaways and giveaways. family activities by the pool.
In addition to America’s largest indoor water parks, Kalahari Resorts also offers outdoor water parks, premium dining experiences, a luxury spa and other family-friendly activities including virtual reality attractions, gyms escape, miniature golf, ropes courses and much more.
Kalahari Resorts and Conventions is the ultimate family summer getaway destination with something for all ages all under one roof. For more information on National Waterpark Day activities or to book your stay, please visit www.KalahariResorts.com.
About Kalahari Resorts and Conventions
Kalahari Resorts and Conventions in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, Sandusky, Ohiothe Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania and Round Rock, Texas, deliver an above-and-beyond water park and conference experience under one roof. The authentically African-themed Kalahari Resorts, owned by the Nelson family, are home to America’s largest indoor water parks. All Kalahari resorts offer well-appointed guest rooms, the full-service Kalahari Spa, a fun family entertainment center, exclusive on-site restaurants, unique shops, and a state-of-the-art convention center. To learn more about Kalahari Resorts, members of the media are encouraged to visit KalahariMedia.com.
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