On July 22, 2015

Looking for some close-to-home fun for your family?

The Vermont Recreation and Parks Association (VRPA) is partnering with 39  Vermont communities to offer deeply discounted amusement park tickets to Bromley Mountain Adventure Park in Manchester, Vt.; Arbortrek Canopy Adventures in Jeffersonville, Vt.; Great Escape/Splashwater Kingdom in Lake George, N.Y.; and Six Flags New England in Agawam, Mass.

Save up to 36 percent off the gate price at these parks by buying good-any-day tickets from a parks and recreation department or town clerk. The VRPA discounted prices are: $30 ($45 at the gate) for Bromley, $45 ($60 at the gate) for the Tree Top Obstacle Course and $13 ($20 at the gate) for the Climbing Adventure at 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 valid for the 2015 season.

Before heading to one of the parks, stop by the Parks and Recreation Department in Bennington, Brattleboro, Bristol, Burlington, Charlotte, Colchester, Essex Junction, Essex Town, Fairfax, Hartford, Hartland, Hinesburg, Killington, Manchester, Middlebury, Milton, Montpelier, Newport, Pittsford,  Quechee Club, Randolph, Richmond, Rutland, St. Albans, Shelburne, South Burlington, Springfield, Stowe, Vernon, Williston, Windsor, or Woodstock, or at the Town Clerk’s office in Derby, Grand Isle, Ludlow, Morristown, Orange, West Rutland, or Westford. Tickets can be purchased during normal business hours. Not every community sells tickets to all parks.

You can also buy tickets online at the same great prices. For Bromley, visit store.bromley.com/e-commerce/grplogin.aspx” and use “3” for the group name and “15sum#vrpa%” for the password. For tickets to the Great Escape, visit www.sixflags.com/partnerlogin  and use “VRPA” for the user name and “SixFlags13” for the password. For tickets to Six Flags New England, go to www.sixflags.com/partnerlogin and use “VTParkandRec” for the username and “sixflags2” for the password.

By purchasing your tickets through a Vermont Recreation & Parks Association ticket partner, you can save money and help out the state organization, which in turn benefits local parks and recreation departments throughout the state.

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