Get your snowboards ready! By the end of 2020, Pasco County will be home to a new snow park.
After about a year of talks, officials have given the green light for a snow park in rural Pasco County.
Point Summit, the business management group, plans to utilize the same grounds as Scream-A-Geddon to house the seasonal snow park. The company already owns attractions such as Tree Hoppers, Scream-A-Geddon in Pasco County, and a few others in Indiana.
No development or construction has begun yet, but the company has released some info as to what will be inside the park, including the following.
- Snow Tubing Hill
- Snow Play Area
- Igloo building area
- Snowball Fights
The park can be open for 120 consecutive days, however, it will not be able to operate when the temperature is above 80 degrees. County Commissioner Ronald E. Oakley estimates it will be open about 45 days of the year.