Local Waterpark Recognizes First Responders with Free Admission

Sheriff Chitwood at Daytona Lagoon
Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood at Daytona Lagoon (photo courtesy of Daytona Lagoon)

Daytona Lagoon, Daytona Beach’s Premier Waterpark and Family Entertainment Center, will host its 4th Annual First Responder Weekend which will honor those who serve and protect the public with free waterpark admission on September 11th and 12th.

Daytona Lagoon welcomes all active fire and rescue workers, emergency medical service (EMS) professionals and law enforcement to a free day at the water park, a value of $34.49.  Family and friends will receive a discounted waterpark admission price of $19.99 per person. Daytona Lagoon’s Waterpark will be open from noon to 6:00 p.m. on both Saturday, September 11th and Sunday, September 12th.




“It’s an honor to celebrate the men and women who help keep our communities safe,” explains Tyler Currie, General Manager of Daytona Lagoon. “We want to give them a day where they can just come out to enjoy family and friends in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.”

To receive free entry on Saturday, September 11th or Sunday, September 12th, first responders must present a valid professional ID or badge at time of admission along with an ID that matches their name.

Saturday, September 11th is also the kickoff for Waterpark Bonus Weekends at Daytona Lagoon. Through the remainder of September, Daytona Lagoon’s Waterpark will be open from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and is offering guests a discounted waterpark admission of $21.99 per person. View the full calendar here.

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