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Water Country USA Set To Reopen in May

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YORK-Water Country USA will reopen for the season on May 22.

The water park, which was closed all of 2020 due to the covid-19 pandemic, will open with limited capacity to ensure safe social distancing. Reservations will be required.

Face coverings will also be mandatory in designated areas including the park’s entrance, restaurants, and shops. Masks will not be required on any of the water attractions.

 “We’re so excited to be reopening Water Country USA this May,” said Kevin Lembke, president of Busch Gardens and Water Country USA. “We know our fans missed coming to the park last year. We can’t wait to welcome guests back for summertime fun.”

Water Country USA will be open May 22-September 12. For ticket and reservation information, visit www.buschgardens.com/williamsburg/water-country-usa.

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