Do you have a child between 4 and 12 years of age that could benefit from participating in a group swimming lesson? Then be sure to bring them to the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson™ event that Soaky Mountain Waterpark will be participating in simultaneously along with other swimming venues around the world on Thursday, June 22.
The 30-minute lesson led by Sarah Brackins of Morristown Landing will begin promptly at 11 a.m. in the waterpark’s Soaky Surge Wave Pool and will cover a variety of safe swimming topics all tailored to fit a range of ages and experience levels.
Each child will be able to participate in the event with a daily admission ticket ($39.99 for children over the age of 2 who are under 42 inches and $47.99 for anyone else) on the event day. Every child must be accompanied by one parent/guardian. Parents are strongly encouraged to accompany their younger children in the water.
Registration will be onsite at the Guest Service Area from 9:30 am – 10:45 am. Children who participate in the event will receive a return visit daily admission ticket and a personalized certificate. After the swimming lesson is completed, everyone will be able to stay and enjoy the waterpark for the remainder of the day.
According to Dave, our general manager, “Knowing how to swim is critical for your family’s safety and so we are hoping that many people will take advantage of this opportunity on June 22nd.”
Since its inception, the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson has had more than 354,000 children and adult participants and has generated more than 2.5 BILLION media impressions about the vital importance of learning to swim.