The free passes are available to police officers and their immediate families while they camp at the North Texas Jellystone or simply come to the waterpark for the day.
“We just want to let police officers know that their services are appreciated,” said Steve Stafford, general manager of the North Texas Jellystone Park Camp Resort, which also owns and operates Pirate’s Cove.
Stafford said word about the free waterpark passes has quickly spread through Facebook and generated positive comments from police departments as far away as the Houston area.
Pirate’s Cove features a 60-foot tall Kamikaze Slide that provides a nearly vertical drop as well as a 60-foot tall “fast track” with six side-by-side lanes that provide a 350-foot-long slide. The park also two 40-foot-tall corkscrew slides that dump into a swimming pool, as well as a paintball play area and a new food court.
Other new features include a 700-foot-long lazy river with zero-entry lagoons and a stage area for concerts and “dive-in” movies, which can be seen from a swimming pool. For more information, please visit www.northtexasjellystone.com.