May 23, 2020 – Mt. Olympus Theme and Water Park opened for the Memorial Day holiday weekend after the state Supreme Court overturned Governor Tony Evers’ safer-at-home order. In an effort to reduce capacity, Mt. Olympus will only allow resort guests to visit the water and theme park. Day passes are not being sold.
“We know travelers will still be looking to social distance once they set out on family vacations this summer, and this will give our overnight guests more space to safely have fun,” resort owner Nick Laskaris said in a news release.
The property has purchased many area hotels in recent years, and now advertise that they offer more than 1,700 rooms and host 1.3 million visitors per year. The resort offers an indoor water park, indoor family entertainment center, outdoor water park and an outdoor amusement park for guests to enjoy.
The property appears to have had their indoor water park and indoor family entertainment center open throughout the Coronavirus outbreak, but it seems that a lot of customers who cancelled reservations due to the pandemic have been denied refunds. It is unknown if those customers can book a later date with those payments or if they are forfeited.
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