Published on : Saturday, June 6, 2020
Southwest Florida’s Sun Splash Water Park has decided to reopen its doors to visitors once again as the coronavirus situation in the area has gradually started to get back to normal. The park is set to open on Saturday, June 6 and authorities have prepared throughout Friday to make sure it is ready to welcome guests over the weekend.
Sandra Greiner, Manager, Sun Splash Water Park said in a statement that the park is more than ready to welcome back guests and shared that it is a great time to make a comeback. She said that due to the present situation, authorities would not have to be worried about the big crowds or major rush and that can help the process of gradual reopening.
She also informed that the park would be undertaking all necessary social distancing measures. She mentioned that the park is looking forward to welcoming people back and wants to assure visitors that authorities have undertaken every possible measure to keep people safe so that they can arrive at the venue and have fun.
Sun Splash will operate at 50% capacity as of now. This would mean 800 people would be allowed on a first come and first serve basis. Maintaining six feet social distancing would be mandatory and all chairs have already been arranged with a six feet space between them. The park has put tape on the ground to show visitors the exact place to stand. All the employees have worked together and placed sanitizing and other necessary precautions into place.
Hand sanitizers and gloves have been placed at every station. However temperature checks would not be carried out. Usage of face masks is not mandatory for visitors but it is available for every employee if they want them. In addition, the park has pledged to disinfect all tubes overnight. All tubes used on rides will be stored upside down in pools so the chemicals in the water keep them safe for use.