Corsicana residents may have recently noticed some colorful inflatables at the waterpark site on Hwy 287 that has been touted as "Splashicana" since 2014.
A “coming soon” sign accompanies the feature and lists Altitude H20 and Altitude Trampoline Park as the company behind the recent developments.
The Corsicana City Council will consider, Monday during its regular meeting, a resolution that will request a five-month extension, the minimum the Texas Department of Agriculture will allow, to the TDA contract with the City for infrastructure benefiting the Corsicana Water and Adventure Park.
A $750,000 Texas Department of Agriculture grant the was awarded to the city for infrastructure work at the park, which was also required to generate 51 permanent jobs.
The purpose of this extension is to allow TDA time to verify the jobs created by CWAP and to close the contract. This is the city's only involvement in the project.
According to the company's website, “Altitude H2O is home to the largest floating aqua park obstacle courses in Texas. Our enormous floating playground is the best way to cool off this Summer. Bring your family and friends to slip, slide and have tons of fun.”
The company lists two other locations, on Grapevine Lake in Meadowmere Park and at Wake Nation Houston.
More information to follow in the Saturday edition of the Daily Sun.
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