The Denver metro space’s huge water parks are closing for the season, after a summer time of decreased attendance capability and enhanced COVID cleansing protocols.
DENVER — Labor Day is the final likelihood this season to get in some runs on water slides on the Denver metro space’s largest water parks.
Water World and the Water Park at Elitch Gardens shut out their seasons on Monday. Each water parks operated over the summer time at decreased capability and with enhanced COVID-19 security protocols.
Although the Elitch Gardens‘ water park will shut for the season, the theme park will probably be open on weekends by means of October.
Water World will reopen one final time for the season on Saturday, Sept. 11, although not for human company. The day, referred to as Bow Wow Seashore Doggie Day, is reserved for canine water lovers.
Pirates Cove Waterpark in Englewood additionally closes after Monday, with its personal Doggie Plunge, sponsored by Freedom Service Canine, scheduled for Sept. 12.
Neither Water World nor Elitch Gardens opened in 2020 as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. This 12 months, they each opened in Might however operated at decreased capability.
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