During Military Appreciation Week, July 1-6, guests will be treated to an all-day beach bash on July 4, the park’s birthday. Raging Rivers opened July 4, 1990, and the waterpark is hosting the party to celebrate its 25th season in operation.
GRAFTON — Raging Rivers WaterPark will offer free admission to military personnel during Military Appreciation Week.
Veterans and active military personnel who present a military identification card will receive free admission to the park July 1-6, and their immediate family members will be offered a reduced admission fee of $12 per person.
“Military Appreciation Week is just one way we can express our gratitude to the many military members who sacrifice so much to keep our country safe,” said Donna Smith, the water park’s general manager. “We hope our everyday heroes, those who are actively serving in the military and those who served in the past, will be able to come out during the week and have some fun with friends and family. We offer a discounted rate to active duty military and their families all season long, but we want to further show support as we celebrate our national holiday.”
During Military Appreciation Week, guests will be treated to an all-day beach bash on July 4, the park’s birthday. Raging Rivers opened July 4, 1990, and the waterpark is hosting the party to celebrate its 25th season in operation. Guests will be able to enjoy a variety of specials, giveaways and fun attractions. Non-military families also will be able to enjoy reduced admission prices. The festivities will include free cupcakes, as well as special pricing on concessions.
Raging Rivers’ operating hours during Military Appreciation Week will be 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Discounted ticket prices for members of the military and their families are available on any day of the season for $12 plus tax. For more information relative to the park’s operating hours, attractions, specials and more, call Raging Rivers at (618) 786-2345 or log on to www.ragingrivers.com. The park is located at 100 Palisades Parkway off the Great River Road in Grafton.