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Posted: Monday, May 27, 2013 3:45 pm

DECATUR, Ala. (WAAY)- Point Mallard Water Park opened for the season Memorial Day weekend and they've got a new attraction for their summertime guests.

The park debuted its new Lazy River. On top of fan favorites like the Pro Bowl Slide and American's First Wave Pool, guest can now float on an inner tube through a quarter mile of winding water-filled track.

Eleven-year-old Kelsey Hogan spent the weekend at the park with her family. Hogan says she's spent a lot of time at the Lazy River.

"It's pretty awesome. It's really cool" says Hogan. "It's just where you can get wet and just be as relaxed as you can."

The water park be open daily until Aug 18 and then on weekends until September. The park also increased its admission price by $2 this year making ticket prices for adults $20 and $15 for ages 5-11.

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