Information and Frequently Asked Questions
This year hasn’t gone like any of us expected. We know how challenging it has been to wait. We want to see you, too!
We continue to plan towards Opening Day, though an exact date remains to be determined. Our top priority, as always, is the health and safety of our Guests and Team Members. We will continue following the rulings and recommendations of our local, state and federal leadership throughout this process, working alongside health and safety officials and our colleagues in the amusement and attractions industries.
Due to the impacts of COVID-19 on our operations and the wider world, we have suspended work on Bombs Away until next year. Bombs Away will make its splashing debut in 2021. This exciting new attraction deserves the spotlight and a full season for its opening, and that is not possible this year
Because of these changes and the uncertainty of the situation, we have extended all 2020 Season Passes to be valid through the end of our 2021 Season, including newly purchased 2020 season passes for a limited time. It’s the right thing to do in appreciation of your patience and support.
While the experience will be different from any other season in our history, we remain committed to delivering the safe, family fun that has been our calling card since 1984. From all of us at Wet’n Wild Emerald Pointe, thank you for your continued support. We can’t wait until the day you’re back with us and the sounds of summer fill the air again.
- Wet'n Wild Emerald Pointe Park Management Team
• Making sure rides and other area are clean and hygienic.
• Communicating and promoting the need to maintain social distance.
• Installing additional sanitizing hand rub dispensers in prominent places around the park to facilitate hand washing amongst Guests.
• Promoting good respiratory hygiene in the workplace.
• Encouraging Guests and Team Members to stay home if you are exhibiting any symptom of COVID-19, or have been in contact with anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, shown symptoms, or themselves come into contact with an individual at risk or suspect of having contracted COVID-19.
• Educating all Team Members about illness prevention, preparedness and response.For additional information and resources, please visit the websites linked above for the CDC and state and county health departments.