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Soar, Scale and Soak at Prizer Point's New Attraction, Prizer Lagoon

Soar, Scale and Soak at Prizer Point's New Attraction, Prizer Lagoon

The new inflatable water park, the Prizer Lagoon, at Prizer Point Resort on Lake Barkley.

Zip over the top of the water, climb to new heights or master the obstacles in an inflatable waterpark - those dreams for visitors to the Lakes area are now a reality with the opening of Prizer Lagoon at Prizer Point Marina and Resort.

Prizer Point Marina and Resort has always been a major destination for families staying on Lake Barkley. Packed full of kid-friendly amenities including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, splash pool, playground and jumping pillow, the resort has really doubled down on their reputation with the addition of Prizer Lagoon.

It’s truly a one-of-a-kind attraction in Western Kentucky, and owner Greg Batts believes that his addition may be the first of its kind in the entire state.

“It’s been a dream of ours for many years,” he says of the Lagoon’s opening in summer 2018.

Featuring three different activities, Batts estimates that the Lagoon holds upwards of five hours of action-packed entertainment for families. Families who want to start small can begin with six zip lines, the last of which stretches an amazing 600-feet out over the water of Lake Barkley.

Still more zip lines await families in the second attraction—a 14-station ropes course that lets kids and parents alike zip around the treetops and explore all of the lush vegetation surrounding the lake.

If it’s possible to not be exhausted after the first two legs of a Lagoon adventure, what awaits next is a truly awesome experience—the Prizer Lagoon inflatable waterpark. Jump, bounce and splash for two hours, hurling out into the lake and back again for perhaps a gleeful slide into the water for round two.

The first activity you try will cost you $25, the second $15 and, if you’re up for it, the third is only $10—that’s a full day of fun for $50. Better yet, guests of Prizer Point Resort and Marina receive a discount on Lagoon fun.

Open annually from Memorial Day to Labor Day, guests to the Prizer Lagoon must be at least eight-years-old, 52” tall with a maximum weight of 250 pounds.

Prizer Lagoon is located adjacent to the Resort’s main location, which features lodging options at literally every price-point, from unique floating cabins and treetop cabins to three-bedroom condos and cabins in addition to an immaculate KOA campground with waterfont camping options and full amenities. At the Resort, guests can also dine at The Pier Floating Restaurant, rent a no-hassle houseboat or a bicycle to explore the miles of hiking and biking trails.

Prizer Point Resort and Marina is truly a one-stop destination for a family getaway, vacation or even a family reunion. It’s why Batts regularly gets letters from parents and from kids calling their visit to Prizer Point the “most favorite part of the summer.”

Book a visit to Prizer Point Resort and Marina or find out additional information about Prizer Lagoon now by visiting www.prizerpoint.com . Job openings are available immediately at both Prizer Lagoon and Prizer Point Resort and Marina. Those who are interested in applying can visit www.prizerpoint.com or call the resort at 270-522-3762.

Soar, Scale and Soak at Prizer Point's New Attraction, Prizer Lagoon

Folks can enjoy the all-new ropes course at Prizer Lagoon.

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