Our new websites are certainly making a splash this summer! We definitely blew our clients out of the water with their custom layouts and we can’t wait to dive in to the next project that comes our way.
Okay, okay, you get the point. It’s hard not to use cheesy water idioms when we’ve just launched our fifth waterpark website.
Although each of these five clients is in the business of water slides and wave pools, each custom website highlights the park’s uniqueness.
SplashTown, Houston, Texas
SplashTown waterpark is the biggest waterpark in Houston, TX. With almost 200,000 visits to their website every month, visitors are able to view park information, and order season and daily tickets online.
Seacoast Adventure, Windham, Maine
We know what you’re thinking, and we thought the same thing: they have waterparks in Maine? However, Seacoast Adventure is way more than just a waterpark; with attractions ranging from snow tubing to ropes courses to bumper boats, there is fun to be had year-round.
Ocean Breeze, Virginia Beach, Virginia
Ocean Breeze offers free sunscreen, free inner tubes, free parking and has a giant monkey named Hugh Mungous as its mascot. No wonder it’s the most popular waterpark in Virginia Beach.
Frontier City, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
With over 115,000 visits to the Frontier City website within one month, they are no doubt our most popular attraction in Oklahoma.
White Water Bay, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Launched last month, this interactive website came just in time to showcase the brand new rides: the Pipeline Wave & RipQurl.
You may not be able to cool off from the summer heat in these waterparks today, perhaps because you’re at work, or you just ate a big lunch. But, don’t worry; you won’t have to wait 30 minutes after eating to virtually swim through these waterpark websites.