Park invites public to visit Holidog's Digital FunTownApril 6, 2020
From Local Sources
SANTA CLAUS — Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari has created Holidog’s Digital FunTown to kick summer off early.
Holidog’s Digital FunTown page — visit it here — is already full of ways to bring Holiday World home, including interactive videos, printable worksheets and content for kids of all ages at home. In addition to workout, magic and cooking videos, adults can also enjoy Spotify playlists and the Holiday World Podcast.
“As soon as schools started closing, we started hearing from parents who just wanted to bring their kids for the summer already,” said fourth-generation owner Leah Koch. “Since Opening Day may be farther away than we’d hoped, we decided we needed to bring a little Holiday World into everyone’s homes.”
As part of the effort to kick summer off early, families are encouraged to recreate Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari rides at home, or invent new rides for the park and share those ideas using the hashtag #HomemadeHoWo. Those 18 and older who submit videos will be eligible to win tickets to Holiday World this summer.
“This is a time that will stick in our memories forever,” Koch said. “We want to help families keep those memories fun and positive. That’s what Holiday World is all about.”
Holiday World may postpone its opening day, depending on COVID-19. Visit HolidayWorld.com/COVID-19 for the most updated information.
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