Partnership offers new options to Beach Waterpark pass holders

MASON, Ohio - The Beach Waterpark and eight community attractions have announced a partnership that will provide alternative experiences to season pass holders of the water park. As part of the partnership among The Beach Waterpark, Kings Island, the City of Mason, Coney Island Amusement Park, Countryside YMCA, Cincinnati Zoo, Morgan's Outdoor Adventures, Ozone Zipline Adventures and Dave & Busters, season pass holders of The Beach Waterpark will receive free or reduced admission to a number of area attractions.

"On behalf of The Beach Waterpark, I want to thank our community partners for their generous offers to our season pass holders," said Ralph Vilardo Jr., authorized spokesperson on behalf of The Beach Waterpark. "While we regret that we won't be able to provide refunds to season pass holders, we couldn't be more proud of how our community partners have come together to support our season pass holders and provide them with valuable experiences."

Offers to season pass holders include one free day pass to Kings Island and the opportunity to purchase a Gold pass at a reduced price, a one-time discount good toward the Mason Community Center, Lou Eves Municipal Pool or the Grizzly Golf Course, and two free Sunlite Pool & Classic Rides combo tickets at Coney Island Amusement Park.

Other options include a free one week family pass to Countryside YMCA and discounted membership fee, reduced admission to the Cincinnati Zoo, buy one get one free weekday rental at Morgan's Outdoor Adventures, discounted pricing for zipline tours at Ozone Zipline Adventures and a credit with purchase of a PowerCard at Dave & Busters.

The total retail value of the free pass offers, not including discounted offers, is close to $200. Season passes to The Beach Waterpark most recently retailed for $89.99.

Season pass holders will be contacted directly by mail with full details regarding each offer and how they may participate.

The Mason water park announced earlier this month it was closing due to to challenging and economic climate and changing patron entertainment habits.

For more information about the offers available to season pass holders of The Beach Waterpark, visit Consumer questions or concerns may be directed to

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