SEVIERVILLE, Tennessee — Although Wilderness at the Smokies only allows registered resort guests to use its waterpark facilities, on Sunday, Dec. 18 – for only the second time ever – the Wild WaterDome indoor waterpark will be open to all Sevier County residents FREE of charge from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. in exchange for three (3) canned food items for donation to the Sevier County Food Ministries, a Second Harvest Food Bank of Knoxville partner agency.
Guests will enjoy the entire seven-acre indoor waterpark (where it is ALWAYS 85-degrees), four huge water slides, an enormous indoor wave pool, indoor/outdoor hot tubs, and the amazing SurfRider which shoots 19,000 gallons of water per minute to create a six-foot wave to surf on. Don’t miss this opportunity to have an amazing afternoon and evening with your family while helping those in need right here in East Tennessee. **Each donation of three (3) canned food items will get free access for one individual.**
Also, many Wilderness at the Smokies employees – who each receive a holiday turkey from the resort – are donating their turkey to Sevier County Food Ministries this year to help those in need.
Those who attend should take their canned food items to the entrance to the indoor waterpark marked “Wild WaterDome.” For more information about Wilderness at the Smokies resort, visit www.WildernessAtTheSmokies.com. **Because of maximum capacity requirements, those attending will get access on a first-come-first-served basis (so don’t be late!).**