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The plan is 10. m.
Open every drop of joy from the beginning of the day.
Water park tickets-
The largest in the statecosts $36. 99.
But Mauss from fast-
A gourmet restaurant for $10 per ticket.
\"Everyone is looking for savings and interesting things,\" she said . \" Groups of families passed by them and walked towards the gate of the park.
The economic downturn in the national water park is boosting business.
Although attendance at major theme parks has been affected, attendance at water parks has increased due to family \"occupancy\"
\"Starting from the summer camp, relatively cheap ticket prices and stable business.
\"The survey shows that the water park has the support of Joe lunch bucket and his family,\" said William Halson of New Mexico --
Economics consultant for theme parks, water parks and other attractions.
\"The water park is very cheap compared to many other things.
Attendance at North America\'s largest theme park has declined.
According to a report released by the theme Entertainment Association, last year, it increased by 3% from 2008, but the water park increased by 3%.
A trade group representing amusement park designers and builders.
Before the recession, economic growth was more significant.
From 2005 to 2009, attendance at North America\'s largest water park increased by about 11%, while attendance at large theme parks was less than 3%.
Operators in Southern California declined to disclose the exact number of their personal properties.
But they said the attendance rate is still high due to the good weather so far this summer, affordable tickets and millions of dollars
The dollar expansion makes the water park a hot spot to keep it cool.
The recent heatwave in south China has brought extra impetus to the water park. The 1,000-
Within an hour after the park was opened, parking spaces in the raging waters were filled daily, forcing visitors to park in the perimeter reserve.
With temperatures in Orange County reaching 90 s on Wednesday, Nott said in the soaking city of Buena Park, the highest attendance so far this season.
Mary papazopoulos, spokeswoman for Raging water, said: \"Attendance will rise when temperatures rise, and we like it . \". \"We are packed.
\"Economic tension means more families stay at home during the summer vacation.
This is a great advantage for water parks that rely mainly on locals.
Park spokesman Sandra Daniels says 63% of guests live within 15 miles of the park at the Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Valencia.
Soak City of Cationtt reduced the price of season tickets, $60 for adults and $50 for children under 12
Enjoy a $15 discount from 2009.
Spokeswoman Jennifer Blazey said this led to an increase of about 50% in sales.
\"We have very good data this year,\" Blazey added . \".
There are nine water parks in Southern California, all competing for lucrative summer entertainment.
Like traditional theme parks, water parks create returns by regularly upgrading rides to create something equal to waterpark arms war.
In the soaking city of Nott, people who like to stimulate will be attracted by attractions such as the Pacific Ocean rotation.
Built in 2006, four people held a raft tightly and plunged into a huge funnel.
The combination of Flushing and momentum allows riders to slide up and down the steep walls of the funnel, just like a half-month skaterpipe.
The raging waters opened the doctor\'s bet this summer
Von Blake\'s horror tunnel
In addition to the rider slipping and sliding in full darkness, this ride is similar to a Pacific spin.
Lindsay Fugate, 24, and three friends from Ventura entered the raging waters parking lot on the latest morning to test their courage.
Roller coaster and high quality
Tech attractions in other theme parks will be fun options, but she says she can\'t afford a $72 Disneyland ticket or a $54 new 3-
D King Kong attractions Universal Studios Hollywood.
\"These parks cost a lot of money,\" she said . \" She added that she and her friends received a discount coupon for the water park.
The water park has also attracted a lot of business from summer camps and during the day.
Caregivers seeking cheap entertainment.
Every summer, more than 300 children attending the Los Angeles County day camp program in the Santa Clarita and Antelope Valley region visit the raging waters and Hurricane Harbor on a field trip.
\"We went because it was fun and the kids loved it,\" said Regina Bradley, head of entertainment services in the county.
In addition, she said, the water park offers a big discount for these groups, reducing the price of tickets to about $20 per child.
The water park also generates revenue by renting private cabins to parents, who want to relax in the shade when their children are crazy in the water.
Knott\'s Soak City cabins with recliner chairs and picnic tables charge between $99 and $195.
Guests who rent high class cabins in raging waters (
$150 to $170 per day)
You can get the food and drinks that the park server brings to them.
But the biggest attraction is still affordable access.
Frenzy sold two season tickets for $99. 99.
This is less than half the price of the most popular theme park Disneyland season ticket in Southern California, which charges locals $108.
\"It\'s really cheap for $50 all summer,\" said Jayvin Marrs of Orange County, who recently brought his 7-year-old son Ashton and 8-year-old Dylan to rough waters.
Some frugal tourists save money by having a tailgate party in the parking lot.
For water park operators, the cost of expanding or building new parks is usually only a small part of the investment required for traditional theme parks, and if the weather works together, the return can be large.
Valencia\'s Six Flags Magic Mountain spent $10 million on a roller coaster in 2009: Terminator rescue.
At the same time, Legoland operators built a complete water park for $12 million.
5 acre property close to Carlsbad theme park.
Adults who pay $67 for regular admission at Legoland can pay an additional $12 for access to the water park.
The facility was only open for a few weeks, but general manager Peter Ronchetti said: \"The overall response has been positive so far . \".
But profit is not a dunk.
Very short operating season-
June, July, and August.
The bad weather hurt the bottom line.
Last year, due to unusually cold summer temperatures and frequent storms, attendance at some East Coast water parks dropped sharply.
So far this year, the sunny weather in Southern California has kept water park operators smiling.
\"So much of our attendance is driven by the sun,\" said papazopoulos of the frenzy . \".
\"When I get up in the morning and see the sun, I dance the sun. \" hugo. martin@latimes.