PALMDALE – The City of Palmdale’s DryTown Water Park is helping kids treat their dads on Father’s Day with a special “Bring Dad Free” offer this Sunday, June 21.
“With the temperatures heating up, this is a great way to help dad keep cool and have a fun and memorable Father’s Day at DryTown,” stated Dry Town Manager Eric Dombrowski. “Kids can bring their dads in free with their paid admission.”
DryTown is open daily through Aug. 9. From Aug. 15 to Sept. 13 the park will be open weekends.
Season passes and day use tickets are available at www.drytownwaterpark.com.
DryTown will host series of special events throughout the summer. From June 29 to July 3, DryTown will celebrate “Hometown Heroes” week where free admission will be offered to all teachers, doctors, nurses, EMTs, paramedics, firefighters, law enforcement and active military & veterans.
Sundown at DryTown events – on seven consecutive Friday evenings, from June 26 through Aug. 7 – “gives people the chance to enjoy those beautiful summer evenings we have here in the Antelope Valley,” said Dombrowski. “For less than the price of a movie, friends and families can experience all the fun that DryTown has to offer while enjoying the great outdoors.”
The six-acre Old West mining town-themed aquatic park features a 925-foot lazy river, a 35-foot waterslide tower with four waterslides and splashdown pool, a 6,000 square foot children’s water playground, including a 50-gallon vortex splash bucket, three water rings and two water cannons, and the new Dusty’s Mineshaft Racer, a 4-lane racer that launches riders headfirst into a 360 degree turn in an enclosed tube, before plunging 40 feet down open-air lanes for a downhill dash to the finish line and a serious drenching.
“DryTown Water Park offers an exciting, family-friendly park where you can sit back, relax and enjoy the water, great food and comfortable atmosphere,” stated Recreation Coordinator Laura Rice.
For more information about DryTown, special group rates or private rentals, visit www.cityofpalmdale.org/drytown or call 661-267-6161.