Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Ohio Indoor Waterpark Offers Tropical Family Together Break

This winter, the fun CoCo Key Water Resort is running a fun, and not spooky, “Shiver Me Timbers” family getaway package. If you're tired of Halloween and ready for pirates, this is a good deal.

The waterpark is found at the family-welcoming Cherry Valley Lodge in Newark, which is close to other central Ohio attractions. Because the 50,000-square-foot waterplay in indoors and heated year-round, you can all feel like you've hit the Caribbean sands once you unpack your bathing suits.

Valid till the end of 2010, the “Shiver Me Timbers” family of 4 package starts at $399 (midweek) or $499/N (for either Friday or Saturday arrival) and includes:

·     Deluxe overnight accommodations for a family of four for two nights
·     Four passes to CoCo Key Water Resort indoor water park, valid for the entire length of stay
·     Four passes to “The Works” family museum (museum closed on Sundays and Mondays)
·     Four passes to your choice of bowling or miniature golf
·     Four movie theatre tickets to the film of your choice
·     Pizza Hut Express family dinner which includes Pizza, Pop AND Ice Cream
·     Two child size t-shirts and a Frisbee from CoCo Key’s Treasure Trove Gift Shop
·     Four $5 game cards for Key Quest Arcade

For us, the clincher is that $5 in game tokens, as after spending money on a family weekend getaway, it drives us nuts to be asked for video game spare change.
You can read more about the CoCo Key Water Resort in Family Travel Forum's Cherry Valley & Coco Key Review, but we can say that it has a fun tropical theme, snack bars, tons of water play features and a parrot mascot that poses for Christmas card type pictures.

The lodge itself is on 18 acres of beautiful country where leaves are quickly turning and, interestingly, it's the nation’s only hotel that’s also an officially sanctioned arboretum and botanical garden.

For more information visit Coco Key Water Resort.

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