Huish adds the waterpark has upgraded the mechanical systems at several of its attractions to ensure their continuous operations. It also has doubled its employee base and implemented all-new training programs.
As for the waterpark’s food-and-beverage operations, Cowabunga Canyon invested in new, higher-performing kitchen equipment and doubled the number of service windows to increase each outlet’s service levels. A new point-of-sale program, including a new season pass wristband for cash-free purchases, also will improve each outlet’s ability to serve guests in a more timely fashion, Huish says.
Two new food-and-beverage outlets, a Chicken Strip & Fry Shop and a funnel cakes booth, will be added in early summer.
Also for the first time, Cowabunga Canyon season pass holders will enjoy unlimited admission at nearby Cowabunga Bay in Henderson.
In addition to offering two parks for the price of one, Cowabunga Vegas Pass holders will save with free parking at both parks; 15-percent off food, non-alcoholic drinks and retail purchases; and discounted guest tickets. Season pass holders also will enjoy priority early entry and the convenience of cashless pay wristbands for in-park use.
Cowabunga Canyon opens daily starting May 26. The Las Vegas Valley waterpark is located at 7055 S. Fort Apache Road near Warm Springs Road.
To purchase season passes and tickets and to plan your visit, go to www.cowabungabayvegas.com.