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Waterpark Profile


New York’s largest indoor waterpark opens


he Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark, designed and built by Aquatic Development Group (ADG), has officially opened to the public, bringing summer fun to the Catskill Mountains all year long. Built on the Resorts World Catskills campus located in the town of Thompson, New York, The $150 million Kartrite spans across two acres and includes a luxury hotel with 324 guest suites, 87,000 square feet of four- season indoor waterpark space, indoor entertainment center including arcade, mini-bowling, and ropes course, seven restaurants and bars, a relaxing spa, 11,000 square foot (1022 sq m) conference center, and more. It fuses the style of Manhattan with the rustic charm of the mountains. Located 90 minutes outside of New York City on 1,600


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breathtaking acres (648 hectares) of the Resorts World Campus, guests will be immediately transported from the moment they exit the freeway as the resort cheekily blends fun with style, contemporary with nature, and thrills with relaxation for a new family adventure. Greg Silver, president & CEO of EPR Properties was quick to point out praise for the developer during the opening ceremonies which took place in the grand lobby of the hotel. "As you can see from this beautiful property, as well as with their portfolio of other successful properties, we know we made the right choice in choosing ADG as our partner, they are first class, best in the country and that’s the quality of product we were looking to deliver here at the Kartrite." Heated to a toasty 84º F (29º C) year-round, New York's Biggest Indoor Waterpark delights underneath an energy- efficient, Texlon ETFE transparent roofing system. Designed by Aquatic Development Group, more than 10 thrilling waterslides by ProSlide and adventures present their own personality – from the high-speed dives and drops of The Krakken and gnarly waves of the Flowrider surf simulator, to the laid-back 500 foot long (152 m) lazy river and the serene, indoor/outdoor Affinity Springs warm spa. Open seven days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., premium deck space, lush landscaping, warm climate vegetation including a living plant wall, and an elevated cabana oasis complete the newest four-season attraction.


"This is a truly unique waterpark experience," notes ADG's


CEO, Ken Ellis, who was instrumental in bringing this project to life. "The design and resort-like atmosphere really caters to the adults, while the amount of thrills and in-water fun is guaranteed to keep the kids active and happy. It's a place that the entire family can fully appreciate and enjoy." Perched on the mezzanine level overlooking the


waterpark, 15 deluxe cabanas offer the perfect reprieve from the sun. Each cabana features lounge chairs and towels, 32 inch (271 cm) high-definition televisions, cooling fans, with mini fridge stocked with healthy snacks, water and assorted non-alcoholic drinks, with full food and beverage service. Adventure continues on land with an endless selection of


arcade redemption games found at Playopolis, from the nostalgic to the latest interactive learning. Thrill-seekers climb the LED-lit rock wall, Scrapeskyer, from Spectrum Sports, or zip through Carabiners rope obstacle course from Ropes Courses Inc., while friendly competition is found at Van Winkle's mini bowling alley by Qubica, Amazequest Laser Tag from Creative Works, and more. The Kartrite boasts eight uniquely themed bars and


restaurants, serving locally sourced ingredients from upstate farms and craft purveyors. Rest and relaxation abound at Chill Spa, the premier spot for massages, body treatments, wraps, and nail service. At Sweat, guests enjoy 24-hour access to a state of the art fitness centre.


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