CHULA VISTA, Calif. – A new SeaWorld water park replacing the Knott’s Soak City is debuting in time for summer in Chula Vista.
The park will be remodeled into “Aquatica”, a SeaWorld water park that includes sandy beaches, wild animals, and a lush relaxing landscape, similar to those in Orlando and San Antonio.
“We’ll have Caribbean flamingos, fresh water turtles, personal cabanas and shaded lounge seating. It’s kind of a south seas theme,” said Vice President of Aquatica David Cromwell.
The original rides from Soak City will stay in place, but be repurposed and repainted.
SeaWorld plans to hold a job fair March 23 in Chula Vista for it’s June 1st opening.
No word yet on ticket prices.