This Wednesday is 102.3 The Bull Day at Castaway Cove Waterpark. That means everyone can get in for the one day discounted price of just $10.23!

That's a heckuva deal! Especially since the forecast for Wednesday is sunshine and mid '90s. Just perfect for taking in the fun at Castaway Cove.

The park opens at 11:00 a.m. and we'll even be there to welcome you in. I'll be on hand with on-the-scene live breaks from Castaway Cove while Jess On The Job holds things in check from the studio. Stop by between 11:00 and 1:00 I'd love to meet you and say hello. We'll even have some great prizes to give away and all you have to do to win something is show us that you have the 102.3 The Bull app loaded on your phone.

Weekday Adult General Admission tickets are normally $20.99 but this Wednesday you can get in for just $10.23 all day long.

That's a whole day to enjoy all the rides you're tall enough for. The Cliffhanger, Tommie's Torrent, Annie's Quest, the Cyclone, or Black Squall. For the real thrill seekers, there's Pirate's Plunge. A near vertical drop from a 60 foot tower sends you sliding down the chute at 40 miles per hour! That's 59 feet every second!

A little much? Maybe riding the waves or soaking up the sunshine on Shipwreck Beach is more your style.

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From thrill seekers to chill seekers, Castaway Cove has you covered and on 102.3 The Bull Day this Wednesday you can get in for just $10.23 all day long.

Castaway Cove is at 1,000 Central Freeway East. That's near the intersection of Highway 287 and Old Windthorst Road.

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