LAS VEGAS – To celebrate the new school year and show its appreciation for teachers, Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas will host an “Educator Appreciation Day” on Sunday, Sept. 26.
Clark and Nye County private and public school teachers and support staff with valid vocational ID will receive $9.99 entry into the park. Each employee with valid vocational ID can bring up to four guests who will also receive the same $9.99 entry price.
Considered Nevada’s best collection of award-winning water slides and attractions, Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas ends its season on Sept. 26. It is located at 7055 S. Fort Apache Road, near the 215 Beltway and Sunset Road. For information, visit www.wetnwildlasvegas.com.
About Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas
Wet‘n’Wild Las Vegas is Nevada’s premier water park with more than 25 slides and attractions covering more than 20 acres creating a place for both thrill-seekers and families. As Las Vegas’ summer playground, the park features the Tornado, a slide that catapults riders to a zero-gravity experience; Rattler, the first slide of its kind in North America; and Constrictor, an extreme water slide featuring some of the tightest turns. Families and those desiring a more relaxing experience can enjoy Paradise Falls, the interactive children’s area with kid-friendly slides and a giant dumping bucket; Colorado Cooler lazy river; and Red Rock Bay wave pool. Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas was voted “Best Place to Take the Kids” in Las Vegas Weekly’s 2018 Best of Vegas Awards and voted “Best Water Park/Aquatics Facility” in Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2019 Best of Las Vegas Awards. For information, visit www.wetnwildlasvegas.com. Keep up with Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.