Admission fees could be going up at Point Mallard’s water park and ice rink this year, with a proposal going before the Decatur City Council on Tuesday morning.
Park officials want to raise the daily ticket prices at the water park from $18 to $20 for ages 12-61 and from $13 to $15 for ages 5-11, 62 and older and military. For ice complex rental, the price would increase from $200 to $225 per hour with a two-hour minimum.
The council will meet 10 a.m. Tuesday at City Hall to consider the rate increases.
When Point Mallard opens Memorial Day weekend, it plans to unveil $3 million in upgrades with the addition of a Lazy River attraction, new speed slides, concessions, bathrooms and entrance on the west side of the park. Officials expect the new rides to increase attendance and plan to use the extra revenue to pay off the project.
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