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Deal of the Day: Catskills Water Park from $199

By The Budget Travel Editors
June 28, 2016
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Country Place Resort, in New York's Catskills region, offers the largest water park in the area, and this Travelzoo deal to Country Place Resort from $199 means more than 60 percent savings over peak summer rates.

The resort is like "summer camp" for the whole family, with the Zume Flume Water Park's waterslides, tube rides, and lagoon activity pool. You'll also enjoy outdoor sports, an arcade, a bounce houser, plus fishing and pedal boats on a private lake. After dark, take in a movie, star-gaze with the resort's telescopes, or make s'mores by the fire!

The $199 rate is for two adults and two children under 18 arriving Sunday through Thursday and includes breakfast and dinner, water park tickets for each day of your stay, and all resort amenities and activities.

To learn more or book the deal, click here.

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