SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - South Bay summer fun kicks off Memorial Day weekend, this season with an energy-efficient edge.
SeaWorld's Aquatica waterpark will welcome thrill seekers and beach bums back to the park for the season on May 25, with attractions such as the Big Surf Shores wave pool, the Loggerhead Lane lazy river, and Tassie's Twister slide.
This season's action will also harness the power of the sun with the park's new solar panel system. Park officials say the 3,780-panel installation will generate 80 to 90 percent of the park's annual energy use.
The panels will also provide more than 400 shaded parking spots for guests and employees.
The park is open daily May 25 to Sept. 3 and weekends only from Sept. 8 to Oct. 7. Single-day passes can be purchased for:
- Ages 10 and older: $47.99
- Ages 3 - 9: $42.99
- Ages 3 and younger: Free
The park also offers more admission options, including combination tickets, online.