Epperson PAL™ by Crystal Lagoons®: 7-Acre Tampa Lagoon A Must-See, Says Travel Guide

9 October, 2020 / News

The Miami-based water innovation firm, Crystal Lagoons®, the only firms capable of creating and maintaining large-scale lagoons in crystalline condition, has been featured in leading U.S. travel guide, Narcity, known for recommending destinations and city guides across the U.S. and Canada.

The travel guide recommended a trip to Epperson Public Access Lagoons™, also known as PAL™, powered by Crystal Lagoons technology, which it describes as “a gorgeous spot near Tampa” and “a passport-free trip to the Maldives” that combines all the modern comforts of state-of-the-art sustainable technology with Florida’s natural beauty.

Located in Wesley Chapel, outside Tampa, the Epperson lagoon offers seven-acres of pure turquoise waters and beach fun, year-round, for all the family, which includes an inflatable water obstacle coursefood trucks, and water sports. All in a safe environment, surrounded by palm trees and white sand beaches.

Beach life on your doorstep

Epperson is part of Crystal Lagoons solid portfolio of water amenities, which is expanding across the U.S., but also internationally. Operating as a PAL, it can be accessed via ticketed entry, and has seen continued success despite initially having basic infrastructure. Epperson has often had to close its doors so as to control the flow of visitors.

Another example of this success, can be found in the Houston area. A new 12-acre pure turquoise water amenity, Lago Mar, has sold out nearly every day after opening to the public in July.

Both water amenities generate US $50.000 in daily ticket revenues, food and beverages, sponsorship, equipment rentals, etc.

Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size clear water lagoons at very low costs.

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