Mason Pruden of Fort Mill makes a splash in Boomerang Bay at Carowinds in this file photo. The waterpark operates on well water and should not be affected by the drought when it reopens in May, park officials say.
Mason Pruden of Fort Mill makes a splash in Boomerang Bay at Carowinds in this file photo. The waterpark operates on well water and should not be affected by the drought when it reopens in May, park officials say.
Mason Pruden of Fort Mill makes a splash in Boomerang Bay at Carowinds in this file photo. The waterpark operates on well water and should not be affected by the drought when it reopens in May, park officials say.

Water rides are in plans despite drought

January 24, 2008 11:35 PM

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