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Company sues Wild River Country for alleged $1.5 million debt

A property management company is suing Wild River Country's owners for an alleged $1.5 million debt, including both loan payments and back-taxes.

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The Wild River Country water park in North Little Rock is in trouble and may have to head to court in order to stay open.

A property management company is suing Wild River Country's owners for an alleged $1.5 million debt, including both loan payments and back-taxes.

The company is demanding repayment, or else, it threatens to foreclose.

Wild River Country is listed by the Arkansas Land Commissioner as a property that could be auctioned this spring, unless those back-taxes get paid.

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