The feature that Blevins likes about the new park is having the lazy river, which winds throughout the facility, having 20-foot walls surrounding it so you don’t know exactly where you are.
“It’s like floating through the Grand Canyon,” Blevins said. “We’re also able to turn the lazy river into something a bit more active with waves and such just to keep things interesting.”
Construction on the facility continues with the parking lots complete and all the buildings and property having electricity through it.
The park entrance, which looks like an authentic western town complete with the use of cedar wood, should be finished up later this week, Blevins said.