It List 2012
When Kent Lemasters decided to reopen Alabama Adventure amusement park as Splash Adventure, he wanted to create a new generation of...
Operators of Wild Water Adventures have been at the forefront of water quality management for more than a decade.
Chula Vista has built its comprehensive training program on two beliefs
Opened more than 20 years ago, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon still offers timeless, island-style fun in a highly themed environment. Attractions...
Chris Swartz, NRH2O’s general manager is proud to be a technology enthusiast.
Roaring Springs sets itself apart by focusing the marketing efforts, and the product, on the core audience.
Green is good for Great Wolf Resorts. Headquartered in Madison, Wis., the company operates 11 waterpark resort properties.
Concessions at the Breakwater Beach waterpark are a cut above in more ways than one.
The industry is filled with great programs for children, but Sahara Sam’s Oasis Indoor Water Park definitely stands out.
Kalahari Resorts combines what’s billed as the nation's largest indoor waterpark, with a variety of resort amenities appealing to all ages.
Every year at this time, we present the best of the best waterparks and resorts. These properties are remarkable in so many ways, but what makes a property sing to one person may not hit the high notes for another. Ultimately, it’s all in the details. That’s why in this, our sixth annual it Book, we’re looking deeper.
We asked a diverse group of industry experts to dive into the particulars and share the details of an outstanding waterpark in one of 10 areas. These include: theming, concessions, children’s offerings, training, marketing, green initiatives, amenities mix, technology, adventurous add-ons and water quality.
Each expert was chosen and matched with a topic based on their background and experience, and the result is a subjective look at some standout efforts. Check it out and share your thoughts on AI Connect.