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Comanche Nation Water Park announces opening date

LAWTON, Okla._The Comanche Nation Water Park has announced that they will open Friday.

The water park is hosting All-American Day on Friday, July 3, which means free admission to the public. July 4 and 5, the cost of admission will be cut in half. Additionally, the Comanche nation Driving Range will be free 8:00 a.m. until noon on Friday, July 3.

After the May flood postponed their opening, they are anticipating a great season of swimming. You can learn more about the water park's ticket prices on their Facebook page.

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