The world’s first water park will open its doors to the public in California in just over a month.
The park, called the “Water Park at Home,” will be located in San Diego at the intersection of the two water parks in the city.
The park will feature a swimming pool, water slides, a water slide, water sports, a giant pool and a large playground.
It will cost $5.99 per person, and will open on April 21, 2018.
The water park is set to be located on a 4,000-acre farm in the foothills of the mountains that overlook the ocean.
The site also features a golf course, tennis courts and a skate park.
“We are excited to open our Water Park at Homestay today to the world,” said Scott A. Laughlin, chief executive officer of The Water Park Group, a subsidiary of the Walt Disney Company.
“We believe that the world will be able to appreciate this incredible park with all of its breathtaking features.”
The park will also feature a theme park-like environment, including a water theme park with a water show, a mini-golf course, a beach and a water spa.
There will also be a waterpark-like food court with food vendors and an outdoor theater that will allow guests to interact with nature.
The water park’s first attraction is expected to open in 2019.