Magic Springs Launches July Calendar of Family-Friendly Events
Magic Springs Theme and Water Park in Hot Springs has some great special events for the whole family while keeping everyone safe with new COVID-19 safety protocols. You'll still get to enjoy Mermaid Mondays, Dive-In Movies, Cooler Sundays and of course summer concerts.
“July is the perfect time to come visit the Thrill Capital of Arkansas,” said Jack Bateman, general manager at the park in a press release. “We have been going above and beyond recommended safety protocols to keep our guests safe while they enjoy family fun under the sun at Magic Springs.”
Mermaid Mondays: Magic Springs is kicking off Mermaid Mondays on July 6, 2020, and will carry out each week until July 27, 2020. Come out and experience the magic every Monday in July between 1-2 p.m. and 4-5 p.m. by the Wave Pool area.
Dive-In Movie Fridays: Families can enjoy two Dive-In Movies during the month of July. On July 10, 2020, join us at the Wave Pool at sundown to watch Frozen 2, and on July 17, 2020, to watch Toy Story 4 from your pool chair or inner tube.
Cooler Sundays: Each Sunday, now through September 6, 2020, guests can bring a cooler packed with all of their favorite goodies into the park. There's no limit on how much food or drink that guests can bring, as long as they can pack it in their cooler. No alcoholic beverages or glass are allowed in the park.
Upcoming Concerts: Guests can bring their blankets and chairs, and enjoy concerts of several genres:
● July 18, 2020: Don Dokken
● July 25, 2020: Skillet with special guest Ledger
● August 1, 2020: Crowder
● August 8, 2020: Lee Brice
Guests can participate in all special events and concerts with a purchase of a Season Pass or a one-day admission ticket. Learn more about these events by visiting the park's Special Events page, while days and hours of operation are available on the Operating Calendar. Season Passes are $79.99+ tax while one-day admission ranges from $59.99 plus tax for adults to $39.99 plus tax for persons under 48” or over age 55 when purchased at the park. Guests can save up to $15 on admission when purchasing in advance online at https://www.MagicSprings.com/buy-tickets.php.
Magic Springs is asking those who have been sick, experiencing COVID-like symptoms or who have been around somebody who is sick, to please stay home and follow proper quarantine guidelines put in place by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state and local officials. For more information on the park’s sanitation and social distancing protocols, please visit MagicSprings.com/COVID-19.php.