If you haven't heard about "Seize The Deal", where have you been? With the catchy jingle to the great deals on things you really need and want, "Seize The Deal" is the spot for you to save some money in Texarkana.

I wanted to highlight a great deal for you. With Summer just around the corner, you are always looking for a cool way to get in the water and enjoy some great family-friendly outdoor time. Well, look no further. Rocky Point Adventures is just a short drive from Texarkana.

Rocky Point Adventures is the only beach resort in the Ark-La-Tex. They feature a pulse-pounding 8,000 square foot floating water challenge course, zero gravity lounge chairs, a food court, exciting beach games, or you can just relax in the sand at their beautiful resort-style setting on the Ellison creek reservoir.

You can see great pictures and more on their Facebook page. Mario did a great story on Rocky Point Adventures and you can get even more information on their site. You can even buy tickets too at rockypointlonestar.com.

Here is what they had to say on 'Seize The Deal':

As soon as you step foot onto Rocky Point Adventure's sandy beaches, you’ll be whisked off into vacation mode! Locally owned and family-operated, Rocky Point Adventures strives to provide excellent customer service, the highest quality equipment and exceed all safety standards while providing a unique and memorable outdoor experience for one and all!

More information and Specs
No cash value; no cash/credit back. Not valid with any other offers. Promotional value expires 6 months from the date of purchase; the amount paid never expires. Get your deal here today.

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