To waterslide or not to waterslide is not the question.
To divide, lease, and lose land that is public to any private enterprise is the question.
To change what many people and dollars have wisely spent to make a beautiful and diverse park into something else (no matter how well designed) makes no sense.
Change does not necessarily mean it is progress. It is often regress until people do a full circle and come around again.
All the best to Trio Marine Group and any others that would like to set up an adventure playground-in any of the many available spaces, which are not public property. It would be much more profitable on the Penticton Indian Band land which is more than willing, I understand.