Martin officials said they are lifting fees for county residents and their minor children on Thursday, August 11.
Martin County offered a similar promotion on July 20, citing the “algae crisis” that has impacted some Treasure Coast waterways. The event drew 1,200 residents within the first hour. By the end of the day, more than 1,600 residents had entered the waterpark, the county said.
“Due to the huge success and popularity of Sailfish Splash Waterpark’s free admission day for Martin County residents held earlier this month, the Waterpark will host an additional FREE admission day to Martin County residents,” the county said in a news release announcing the Aug. 11 event.
According to the release, park staff will admit Martin County residents (and their minor children) who present a valid photo identification card showing a Martin County address.
“At any point in time, should the Waterpark fill to capacity, staff will defer additional admissions until patrons enjoying the Waterpark depart,” the county said.
Sailfish Splash Waterpark operates from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.