The Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark Announces July 1 Re-Opening Date

USA, Monticello, New York. July 05, 2021

Slide into summer at New York's Biggest Indoor Waterpark, The Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark officially reopened its doors on Thursday, July 1, 2021. Nestled in the Sullivan County Catskills, the family-friendly destination resort is now accepting reservations for July 1 and beyond.

Ready, set, out-of-office mode go! A road trip getaway for all ages, families will enjoy 324 all-suite accommodations, eight distinct restaurants and bars, indoor entertainment center, daily activities - and, of course, an 80,000 sq. ft. indoor waterpark. Heated to a summery 84 degrees year-round, the waterpark delights under a transparent roof complete with private cabanas, and 11 slides and water adventures boasting daring drops and gnarly waves, not-so-lazy river and indoor-outdoor attractions.

"It's time to return to the magic of family fun. To laugh. To reconnect. To once again make a splash. We can't wait to welcome our guests and team members back to The Kartrite who we've missed so much," said HEI Hotels & Resorts Chief Operating Officer Rachel Moniz. "As always, our commitment to cleanliness and safety remains our primary focus. The Kartrite Klean program has been in place since we opened our doors, and we've increased these measures to provide a healthy, enjoyable resort experience for all."

The enhanced Kartrite Klean program includes:

· Resort capacity will be reduced until it is safe and practical to welcome additional guests.

· All non-vaccinated associates and guests are required to wear protective facial coverings in public areas.

· Associates will provide service at restaurants/eateries which previously operated as self-service.

· Signs and guidance will be located throughout the resort for social distancing.

Located 90 minutes outside of New York City on 1,600 breathtaking acres in Monticello, N.Y., guests can reconnect with the great outdoors as The Kartrite offers panoramic views, fresh mountain air and plenty of space to play in our new 24,500 sq. ft., The Backyard. The resort's five hiking trails have also been reopened for the season, totaling nearly six miles for exercise or adventure.

Resort rates will start at $400 with a $42 resort fee per night per suite. Families can save up to 30% off for stays July 1 - July 31, 2021. For day visitors, waterpark day passes are available for $99.

To book a stay at The Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark, visit www.thekartrite.com.


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