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All New Mascot, All New Price at Castle Park in Riverside


Park admission slashed from $24.99 to $9.99 in Celebration of Duke the Dragon

Riverside, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2012

Castle Park is making big changes. Duke the Dragon is the biggest and newest addition to the Castle Park family. To celebrate Duke's arrival, they're dropping their standard admission price by 60% for a limited time! Duke the Dragon, the most lovable purple dragon you will ever meet, is making a new home for himself at Castle Park.

Duke's Deal,” is just $9.99! No matter your height or age, just $9.99! Guests can choose between either an unlimited ride admission, unlimited miniature golf admission or, when in operation, a Buccaneer Cove admission. For just six dollars more, a guest can purchase “Duke's Duo” and pick two of the three admission options, or for $19.99, five dollars less than a current ride admission, a guest can choose all three options.

The new pricing is a limited time offer to introduce the new mascot; and, the more friends and fans that Duke the Dragon makes, the longer the promotion will last. The $9.99 admission offers guests an affordable amusement park experience in the Inland Empire; it is about 55 percent cheaper than the closest competitor's pricing. In addition, the Twelve Buck Tuesday-Thursday unlimited game and golf special will be reduced to just $9.99 when the ride park is not open. Friends and fans of Duke can “like” Castle Park on Facebook to keep up to date with the current specials and promotions.

This is Castle Park's lowest price in years helping the park continue to offer guests big fun for a small price.

About Castle Park and Palace Entertainment
Castle Park is an amusement park founded in 1976. The park includes a full amusement ride park featuring 27 rides suitable for all ages, four championship miniature golf courses, a vast selection of carnival midway games, a water playground, retail shops, a video arcade, performances by “Anthony the Magic” and various party locations including the circus tent themed “Big Top.”
Castle Park is part of the Palace Entertainment family of parks. Palace Entertainment owns and operates 40 theme parks, water parks and family entertainment centers nationwide, including Raging Waters Water Parks, SpeedZone Los Angeles and Boomers Family Entertainment Centers. The company entertains millions of guests annually and is one of the largest park operators in the US. For more information, visit

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