Christmas Town at Cowabunga Bay Water Park Donates 100 Season Passes to Charity, Hosts Autism Night, Opens Friday Nov. 23

Christmas Town at Cowabunga Bay Water Park Donates 100 Season Passes to Charity, Hosts Autism Night, Opens Friday Nov. 23
Christmas Town
at Cowabunga Bay Water Park, debuted its holiday season with a ceremonious Christmas Tree lighting on Monday, Nov. 19,  and gave 100 season passes to two local nonprofit groups:  Nevada Youth Network and Sunrise Children’s Foundation. (Photo credit: Jeff Ragazzo/@j3creative) 

Christmas Tree at Cowabunga Bay Waterpark
Christmas Tree at Cowabunga Bay Waterpark

Photo credit: Jeff Ragazzo / @j3creative

The park also hosted a private low sensory event for the Autism community on Wednesday, Nov 21, 2018.

Cowabunga Bay gave 100 season passes to two local nonprofit groups
Cowabunga Bay Water Park gave 100 season passes to two local nonprofit groups

Photo credit: Jeff Ragazzo / @j3creative

Christmas Town opens to the public on Friday, November 23.

Polar Express train ride at Cowabunga Bay Waterpark
Polar Express train ride at Cowabunga Bay Water Park

Photo credit: Jeff Ragazzo / @j3creative

During November 23 – December 31, guests can enjoy an unforgettable evening winter wonderland featuring one-of-a-kind holiday entertainment and attractions.  Experience the park like never before with over three million lights, an ice skating rink, a 40-foot Christmas tree, 40-passenger Polar Express train ride, Jingle Bell Sledding Hill (with real snow), photos with Santa Claus, Rudolph’s Save Christmas Paintball zone, tastes from around the globe, and much more.   https://www.cowabungabay.com/