JACKSONVILLE BEACH | Fans of Adventure Landing have at least one final summer to soak up the sun and fun at the Jacksonville Beach waterpark before it closes for good.
Opened in 1995, the Jacksonville Beach amusement park offers Shipwreck Island water park, a go-kart track, arcade, laser tag, miniature golf, batting cages and a youth roller coaster.
A developer’s plans to replace the 22-acre amusement park at 1944 Beach Blvd. with a 427-unit luxury apartment complex pending approval from Jacksonville Beach have been pushed back three times.
Originally, Adventure Landing faced an Oct. 21, 2021 closure deadline. Since then, the rescheduled closure dates of Dec. 31 and March 31 have come and gone.
According to the park’s website, its Shipwreck Island water park is scheduled to be open through Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5.
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A 2022 season pass for the park’s Shipwreck Island waterpark was listed at $109.99 for admission every day the water park is open.
That package includes 10% off select food and retail purchases, cabana rentals, five-day attraction wristbands and “Bring-A-Friend Waterpark Daily Admission Tickets” for $21.99 each on Tuesday-Thursday, the website showed.
Full-day admission to the water park is $39.99 for those taller than 42 inches, $29.99 for those shorter than 42 inches and children age 3 and younger are admitted free.
Depending on the number of other activities selected, packages range from $29.99 for a five attraction pass to $24.99 for a three attraction pass.
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A single go-kart ride is listed at $10.99 while a double ride is $13.99. A miniature golf game is $9.99 for an adult game and $7.99 for one child’s game.
The cost for the batting cages are $3 for 20 pitches, $10 for 80 pitches and $20 for 180 pitches. Hourly rentals also are available by calling (904) 246-4386. Batters much be at least 6 years old and all batters up to age 12 must be accompanied by an adult, according to the website.
Prices vary for the arcade, laser tag, Frog Hopper and the Wacky Worm Rollercoaster, the website states.
The amusement park was advertising on its Facebook page as of May 12 that it was looking to hire lifeguards as it prepares for the summer season.
It also was hiring “birthday captains, cashiers, kitchen staff and go-kart attendants,” according to a May 9 post.
This article originally appeared on Florida Times-Union: Jacksonville Beach’s Adventure Landing park open for summer
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