Wild Waters Receives Renovations, Opening Date is Tentative
Published May 12th, 2014
Wild Waters may have more time left than previously expected but it all depends on the turnout from the public.
The state has spent more close to $200,000 on revamping the wave pool alone so far, even after announcing they plan to do away with the park after this summer.
Some residents question this move.
"That would be a shame to use state money and then not keep it open. It would be better not to use state money at all if you don't plan to keep it open permanently," said lifetime Ocala resident Lucy Ward.
Over 2,600 people from around North Central Florida and from around the nation signed a petition on Facebook in an effort to save Wild Waters.
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