PHOTOS: Kids splash into summer at Collier water park

Underneath a waterfall in the family pool at Sun and Fun Lagoon a man cools off in the water.  Sun and Fun Lagoon in Naples celebrates Summer by holding a School's Out Bash on Saturday June 11 offering admission for kids under 48' a fee of $4.50 and over 48' admission of $8.   Kids, parents and teens came to Sun and fun to cool off from South Florida's 90 plus degree heat.   Photographed on June 11, 2011.  Kelli Stanko/Special to the Daily News

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Underneath a waterfall in the family pool at Sun and Fun Lagoon a man cools off in the water. Sun and Fun Lagoon in Naples celebrates Summer by holding a School's Out Bash on Saturday June 11 offering admission for kids under 48" a fee of $4.50 and over 48" admission of $8. Kids, parents and teens came to Sun and fun to cool off from South Florida's 90 plus degree heat. Photographed on June 11, 2011. Kelli Stanko/Special to the Daily News

— Sun-N-Fun Lagoon in Naples celebrates Summer by holding a School’s Out Bash on Saturday, June 11 offering discounted admission. Kids, parents and teens came to Sun and fun to cool off from South Florida’s 90 plus degree heat.

Throughout the day Sun and Fun served food from Chick-fil-A, their mascot Sunny the Turtle greeting attendee's.

Throughout the Summer Sun-N-Fun Lagoon will be hosting various events to celebrate summer.

Sun-N-Fun Lagoon is open from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily through August 22. Admission is free for ages 0-3; $5.50 for kids under 4 feet tall and $12 for everyone else. Seniors age 60 and up get in for $8 and there's a $2 discount with a valid Florida driver's license with Collier County address

For more information, call (239) 252-4021 or go online to http://www.colliergov.net/Index.aspx?page=2674.

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