A Missouri woman is upset for being asked to leave a waterpark……What do you think?
Now that it’s started to warm up, a lot of us are looking for a way to cool off. That means a trip to the pool, or – even better — the water park.
Last Sunday morning at the Holiday Inn Express water park in Baxter was exactly what Greg Bomstad wanted. He was enjoying time with his two children when another parent caught his attention. “He asked me, ‘is this kid faking?’ And I said, ‘What kid? There’s been no kid over here in like 10 minutes,’” Bomstad said.
Contrary to the beliefs of the rest of the country, Minnesota usually gets hot enough at least four months out of the year to require cooling down by way of large bodies of water, waterparks and pools. For a little something different from the typical lakeside visit, the area’s waterparks and pools promise tons of fun for the whole family. These, the state’s best, boast all of that family fun and so much more.
A popular Duluth water park plans to install new water purification equipment in hopes of preventing more cases of a parasitic disease.
WCCO-TV has learned that a Twin Cities hotel and water park featured in an I-Team investigation last month could be just weeks away from being shut down.
(830 WCCO)- A 17 year old has died of apparent drowning at an indoor water park in Brooklyn Park. It happened around 5 Saturday afternoon at the Grand Rios Ramada Hotel. The victim is identified […]