It's obvious that the operations of Hurricane Harbor have been struggling lately. During any typical year, the park is pushed to its max especially during summer weekends with more than capacity crowds. This year the situation has worsened with throngs of people looking to get out of their houses and do something "normal" coupled with the nationwide worker shortage causing closed attractions and even less capacity for the over-capacity crowds. The results provide for something other than an ideal visit. The park knows this is a bad situation all to well and recently announced that admission will be limited to just season pass and membership holders and reservation requirements have been reinstated.
People have been more than vocal to complain about this less than desired setup but what would you suggest? In your opinion, what is the best way to make Hurricane Harbor an enjoyable experience? Limit attendance? Increase capacity with additional attractions? Provide a higher wage to attract more lifeguards?
What do you think?