When summer approaches, the lines that divide the masses are drawn out once more. Some are avid supporters of the season, as it represents the beach, vacations, barbecues and much more; others associate it with extreme heat, crowds and bug bites.

Whatever your stance may be, finding ways to stay cool during the summer is a unifying goal on both sides of the aisle. One way to do that — albeit if only for the day — is by visiting water parks. Whether it's a quick trip with the family to beat the sun or a group of friends looking to enjoy their summer as much as possible, water parks have been a staple of the summer for years.

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Denny Jacob

Denny Jacob is an associate editor for NU PropertyCasualty360. Contact him at [email protected].