I attended the 2015 World Waterpark Association Annual Symposium and Trade Show in Palm Springs, California in October. Over 1,000 people attended the conference to network and to learn about about the myriad facets of the waterpark industry. There continues to be extensive growth in both indoor and outdoor waterparks throughout the United States and internationally. The tradeshow floor was full of ideas for improvements and amenities to existing and proposed waterpark properties. The World Waterpark Association also gave out a number of awards for the best new projects that were developed in 2015. Our company is proud to have analyzed all three of the United States award winners, including Camelback Lodge & Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark, Kalahari Resort Poconos, and Wet ‘n Wild Las Vegas.
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Over the past few decades, there has been a growing trend globally of hotels and resorts adding waterpark attractions and features. Some properties have added one or two slides, and some have built a substantial waterpark attached to the resort. H&LA conducted a study for WhiteWater, the leading global manufacturer and designer of waterpark equipment,READ MORE