Water slide, ‘Night Flights’ reopen at Pleasant Harbor

Posted 5/19/20

H2-WHOA!, the tallest floating water slide in the world, has reopened at Pleasant Harbor at Lake Pleasant, 8708 W. Harbor Blvd. This includes Night Flights, open Thursdays-Sundays with flying 8-10 …

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Water slide, ‘Night Flights’ reopen at Pleasant Harbor

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H2-WHOA!, the tallest floating water slide in the world, has reopened at Pleasant Harbor at Lake Pleasant, 8708 W. Harbor Blvd. This includes Night Flights, open Thursdays-Sundays with flying 8-10 p.m. H2-Whoa! encourages social distancing on the slide and is disinfecting each lifejacket after use and frequently sanitizing the handrails and high-touch points of the slide. Cost is $23 for two hours. All sliders must be off the slide by 10 p.m., so visitor should show up as close to 8 p.m. as possible for a full two hours of slide time. Visit h2-whoa.com/h2-slide. [Submitted photo]

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