Lite 98.7 wants you to "Get Wet" at Enchanted Forest Water Safari this summer! We are giving you passes to New York States largest water park.

How To Win Tickets

Listen during the Lite Morning show with Dave Wheeler for the “cannon ball” sounder. It's the clip from Anchorman of Ron yelling CANNONBALL:

When you hear it, be caller 9 at 315-721-0987 and win a pair of tickets to the park. Can’t make it through on the phone lines? 10 lucky winners of passes will be drawn from our Lite 98.7 App:

When is Water Safari Opening Under New Owners in 2024

Mark your calendars. Opening day is scheduled for June 12, 2024.

The family behind one of the top water parks in the country has handed over the reins. The Noonan's will no longer be running Enchanted Forest Water Safari in Old Forge. They decided to sell the property after 46 years. Innovative Attraction Management (IAM), a company out of Florida, bought the water park along with Calypso’s Cove, the Old Forge Camping Resort, and Water’s Edge Inn.

Ticket prices are the same as they were last year -  $42.99 for adults and $39.99 for kids aged 3 to 11. 2 and under are free. You can get a season pass for $109.99 until June 1, 2024.


For the 2024 season, only season pass holders will be allowed to bring in a cooler and it can't be any bigger than 60 quarts.

New park owner James Harhi says exemptions will always be made for babies and anyone with special dietary needs. But the change is need to help control what is brought into the park. "It is impossible for us to really inspect everything and get you in at a fast pass."

You can read more here.

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Gallery Credit: Credit - Polly McAdams

25 Fantastic New York State Parks Located in Upstate New York to Visit This Summer!

New York State has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to state parks. We have them all, big and small, water front and deep in the woods, and from all over including the Hudson Valley all the way out to Western New York. Millions attend these parks every year, both in the summer and winter. Here is a selection of 23 of the best state parks. Of course there are dozens more so please visit our Facebook page and give your favorite a shoutout if you don't see it on this list!

Gallery Credit: Chuck D'Imperio


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