The need for getting out of town grows as school lets out and summer begins. With the insane heatwaves, we've experienced and being locked indoors during the pandemic people are itching for a reason to road trip. We feel that, so much, that we want to gift you with the chance to enjoy Silverwood Theme Park and Boulder Beach!

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You're gonna need it people because at the top of each hour between 8 am - 3 pm we'll be providing you with a code word to enter via our app! Every codeword brings you closer to our daily drawing of a family four-pack of tickets! Help spread the word so each member of the family and your friends are gaining entries, then it's just a matter of picking the other three that will be joining you!

Grab the sunscreen, your favorite swimsuit, sunglasses, and towel packed inside a backpack that will make carting things around easier, or snag yourself a locker for a hands-free experience! You could start off slip-sliding through the water park, relaxing while you enjoy the lazy river, or allowing the wave pool to keep you cool then it's over to the rides. It wouldn't be a bad idea to grab a hat that you can attach tightly because sometimes going upside can occasionally make all your loose change and more go flying! If you bring extra cash you can even purchase yourself a photo of the moment you started screaming!

* You can enter each code word, on the hour, each entry provides you one more chance to win! Goodluck!

Your chance begins Monday, July 19th, 2021 through Friday, August 6th with hourly codes. Any questions, don't hesitate to reach out, and good luck!

Silverwood Theme Park and Boulder Beach

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