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Castaway Cove Announces Name of New Slide

Castaway Cove is announcing the new name for the new water slide: Pirate's Plunge.

The park recently held a "Name the Slide" contest, giving Facebook fans an opportunity to vote on their favorite name for the new water thrill ride.

The contest received nearly 1,000 entries and the winner is Tonya Toney from Wichita Falls. She receives the grand prize consisting of a package of 4 season passes, a cabana for the day, which includes pizza and soft drinks for 4, and she'll be one of the first to ride the new slide.
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