When Shipwreck Island was built in 1982, the park’s founder, Jimmy Lark saved plenty of green space, with slash pines and numerous other trees native to the area. The trees made construction much more difficult, and they added challenges to the maintenance of the pools, but they offer some of the most luscious shade on Panama City Beach. A giant green grassy hill stands out on the south corner of the park. The three weaving, turning lanes of the Zoom Flume mat slide have provided special memories since 1976. The Zoom Flume is the only slide in the park where little guys can double up with mom and dad or big brothers or sisters as they race to the bottom of the tall hill.
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