Seven Peaks went out with a splash as they held their first annual end of summer water fight.
The event was hosted on September 10, 2016 by ProvoLive and Captilife to celebrate the end of summer swimming before Seven Peaks drained their pools. The event featured free access to select Seven Peaks pools, 20,000 water balloons, music by DJ Jerry, food trucks and professional videography by Captilife.
BYU student Kelli Eddington said she enjoyed the experience.
“It was a really fun time. I wish the water fight would have started earlier but it was nice to be there with not many people and get tubes for free,” Eddington said.
Christi Katz and Jared Katz said this event was a great time for them to bring their family to Seven Peaks. Although it was a bit confusing as to when the water fight was going to start, Christi Katz said she enjoyed it and suggests there should be even more balloons for next year.
Seven Peaks is now closed for autumn, but provides a count down on its website for those that want to begin marking the days until summer begins again and the water park opens.