Parks and recreation offering discount park tickets
ADDISON COUNTY — The Vermont Recreation and Parks Association (VRPA) is offering deeply discounted amusement park tickets to the Bromley Mountain Adventure Park in Manchester; ArborTrek Canopy Adventures in Jeffersonville; Great Escape/Splashwater Kingdom in Lake George, N.Y.; and Six Flags New England” in Agawam, Mass. In Addison County, tickets are available at the Middlebury and Bristol recreation department offices during normal business hours.
VRPA discounted ticket prices offer up to 35 percent off the gate price. Discounted prices are $30 ($45 at the gate) for Bromley, $13 for the Climbing Adventure and $45 for the Tree Top Adventure/Climbing ($20 and $60 at the gate) for ArborTrek; $37 ($56.99 at the gate) for the Great Escape, and $38 ($59.99 at the gate) for Six Flags New England. Tickets are good any day for the entire 2015 season.
Not every community sells tickets to all four parks. Go to the VRPA website at www.vrpa.org to find the list of ticket outlets under the “programs” tab and call ahead to be sure you can get the tickets you want.
Discounted tickets may also be purchased online. For Bromley, go to https://store.bromley.com/e-commerce/grplogin.aspx” and use “3” for the group name and “15sum#vrpa%” for the password. For online tickets to the Great Escape, go to www.sixflags.com/partnerlogin and use “VRPA” for the user name and “SixFlags13” for the password. For online tickets to Six Flags New England, go to www.sixflags.com/partnerlogin and use “VTParkandRec” for the username and “sixflags2” for the password.
Purchasing tickets through the Vermont Recreation & Parks Association saves people money and helps out the nonprofit state recreation organization, which in turn benefits local parks and recreation departments throughout the state.
For more information, contact Betsy Terry at the Vermont Recreation and Parks Association at [email protected].
The Fresh Air Fund, initiated in 1877 to give kids from New York City the opportunity to e … (read more)
BRISTOL — A memorial service for Mark A. Nelson of Bristol will be held 1 p.m. on Saturday … (read more)
See when your favorite high school team is competing in the fall sports playoffs.