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Eating Healthy

July 21, 2010

When most people think about eating at a theme park they think about hamburgers and pizza. What most people don’t realize is that we offer healthier dining options at Water Country USA, as well.

Guest can find healthier dining options around the park including sub sandwiches and homemade chips, to fresh watermelon, strawberries and melon. Even lighter options such as salads are also scattered around the water park that include healthy sides.

My favorite place to eat at the park is Launch Pad. I love the variety of subs. They carry everything from Italian to chicken salad. My favorite is the roast beef. And make sure to choose the chips as your side. They are made fresh right here in the park

When my family comes to a park for just a few hours we prefer to avoid the major restaurants. My favorite quick stop in the park is Travelers Treats located right by Hubba Hubba Highway. They have a combo platter that comes with a chicken fajita salad, freshly cut melon mix and potato salad. It’s delicious.

Make sure to stop by and check out all of our healthier dining options in the park. It’s a great way to stay healthy while beating the heat at our park.

Cynthia
Park Operations Manager at Water Country USA

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. mel permalink
    July 21, 2010 10:08 am

    while those choices may be healthy, the lack of quality vegetarian options remain. We get pizza, salads, and fruits for our meal choices, at both parks. The garden salads and fruit are usually OK but something other than pizza would be nice.

  2. jen permalink
    July 21, 2010 8:12 pm

    potato salad,(usually filled with mayo)is not healthy, nor are “fresh” chips,(I assume these are fried.)

  3. mark permalink
    July 24, 2010 11:26 pm

    I look forward to the day when use once cups, plastic straws and other “throw away” trash are banned in favor of washable cups and plates. The oceans are filling up with plastic trash, forests shouldn’t be shredded for temporary paper uses, and it’s lazy not to wash a cup.

    I hope your park considers having organic, vegan food that isn’t high in salt and fat.

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