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Posted: 5:02 p.m. Wednesday, March 20, 2013

New water park planned for Norcross

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By Christopher Seward

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A new water park will open this spring in Norcross on the site of Malibu Grand Prix track.

The water park, Buccaneer Cove, will have water slides and tunnels, interactive aqua domes fountains and a huge splash bucket, according to Palace Entertainment. Semi-private cabanas with food service will be available for all day rental at an additional fee.

The playground is currently being constructed where the Grand Prix track once belonged. The park is expected to open Memorial Day weekend.

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