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Castaway Cove Fathers Day

Castaway Cover Water Park held a special promotion for dads this Father's Day. Many dads were able to spend some time off and enjoy the day with their families.

"Spending Father's Day just hanging out with the whole family I've got my wife, twins, and my son Daniel and it's a beautiful day here in Texoma so we figure we'd come and enjoy the water and nice weather," said Sean Stabley, father of three.

Dads obtained a coupon from the park's Facebook page or email blast and presented it at the ticket office upon arrival.

"Today we have our Father's Day promotion where fathers get in free with a purchase of a general admission ticket. It just gives the fathers a chance to come out here on this special day where we are honoring all our fathers," said Castaway Cove Water Park Group Sales & Marketing Manager, Karen Hardi.

Over 100 people waited in line before the park opened Sunday morning. This was the first year Castaway Cove held this promotion. Dads got to take a dip in the wave pool, explore the Storm Watch Tower, and other attractions with their kids. Because of the great turnout Sunday Castaway Cove hopes to continue this promotion again next year.  

Castaway Cove is open every day all summer. They are holding Friday Night Concert events all throughout the month of June. A new Swamp Master Alligator Show will be premiering on July 1st.

For more information on their events you can log onto their website at www.castawaycovewaterpark.com.

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