Lost Valley in Auburn will open its new Adventure Park on Thursday, June 16, with an official grand opening on Monday, June 20. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place that day at 4:30 p.m. The park represents the first phase in the plan of new owners Scott and April Shanaman to bring four-season family entertainment to their facility at 200 Lost Valley Road.
Summer activities at the park will include wet and dry inflatable slides, with the addition of a rock climbing wall, euro bungee and a spider climb slated for this season, and more activities to come with future expansion. Gifford’s ice cream will be the featured cool treat at the Lodge Snack Bar.
“We are excited to bring this to Lost Valley,” said Shanaman. “Our goal is to provide year-round fun for the community and year-round employment for our staff, while also creating additional jobs. We currently have openings for ride, snack bar, ice cream stand, and ticket sales attendants.” Those seeking employment are encouraged to contact the Lost Valley office.
The park plans to be open 7 days per week from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., weather permitting. Full-day pass tickets are $12 for those under 38” and $18 for those over 38.” In addition to day passes, the park will offer special rates for parties and groups who reserve in advance.
For more information, call 784-1561 or see lostvalleyski.com.