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Castaway Cove Job Fair

Stage 5 water restrictions will not stop Castaway Cove from opening.

The park will use water trucking in from a private company.  With the water park opening, they will need employees.  This is why Castaway Cove will be hosting a job fair on Tuesday from 3:00p.m. to 6:00p.m.  It will happen in the guest picnic area.  You can also visit the guest services office if you can’t make the job fair.

The water park is looking to fill 200 positions in all departments.  Jobs are available for ages starting at 15.

The water park will open on May 24th.
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